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Spinal Conditions

Laser spine surgery is incredibly versatile. Because it's so minimally invasive and precise, it has the ability to treat a wide variety of conditions that contribute to or directly cause neck and back pain. Your spinal column is a wonderful and incredibly complex system, but a lot can go wrong with it. Laser spine surgery allows medical professionals to access and manipulate the nerves, bones, and other tissues in around the spine without damaging other essential parts.

Roughly eight out of 10 people have trouble with back pain at some point. The pain can be debilitating, interfering with busy lives and even causing permanent damage that can affect your health. You can't expect back pain to go away on its own; you must take action to alleviate it.

There is a long list of conditions that laser spine surgery treats. Some are naturally occurring as a result of the gradual wear and tear on your body. Others have more direct causes, such as work or exercise habits. Sometimes conditions are the result of an injury from a collision or impact. Whatever the case, many painful conditions arise that affect all kinds of people.

Common Conditions:

  • Spinal stenosis
  • Herniated discs
  • Bulging discs
  • Pinched nerves
  • Scoliosis
  • Sciatica

These conditions occur frequently in American adults. They're often very complex and can affect your body in a variety of ways. To learn more about them, read their pages on our site. You can find out about their causes, symptoms, and treatment options. If you know you have any of these afflictions, this is a great way to get a better understanding of what's going on in your body. If you have back pain but you're not sure about the source, you can browse through the pages and see which symptoms match yours.

For a full understanding of what is treated by minimally invasive spine surgery, you can check the web site of a laser surgery center and see which conditions it is experienced in working on. Alternatively, you can call or contact the facility directly with any inquiries about specific spinal problems.

  

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