Our procedures include:
“What can MIS do for me?”
Reduced Blood Loss
Shorter post-surgical stay
Quicker return to work/activities
Minimally Invasive Surgery with Neuroscience Group
As technology develops, so does our ability to provide patients with more options for surgical procedures. Minimally invasive surgery (MIS) is an emerging, advanced medical procedure.Minimally invasive spine surgery is a type of surgical technique that is used to treat spine conditions such as arthritis in the back, disc herniation and lumbar stenosis (nerves that are “pinched”). This procedure uses microscopes, magnified glasses called loupes and long tubes that are passed through tiny incisions to access the spine.
This type of surgery allows the surgeon to remove broken or displaced discs and create more space for crowded nerves, all without having to cut through muscles and bones to operate. MIS also enables doctors to do spinal fusions and disc replacements. Many patients are surprised that they’re up walking the day of surgery and that they can go home within 23 hours. Minimally invasive surgery allows the surgeon to do everything an open procedure does, but in a much less invasive manner.
How Do You Know You’re Getting the Very Best Spine Care in the Area?
Neuroscience Group surgeons participate in the Quality Outcomes Database.
What does this mean for you?
- Your doctor uses actionable data to guide your spine care management.
- You will receive the most valid and evidence-based care available.
- You have chosen a provider that demonstrates a passion for optimizing your outcome.
Meet Our Surgeons
Justin Konitzer talks about his neck issues that resulted from lifting weights and the surgery that stopped his life from being on hold and gave him back full rotation of his neck again.
Ellen Lyman talks about how eight years of pain and two back surgeries left her bent at a 45-degree angle and suffering with every step she took. After two six-hour surgeries with Dr. Sumon Bhattacharjee she had two rods put in and can walk again.
Richard Waldhart talks about his experience with pain caused by problems with the strangulation of nerves in his lower spine.