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Back Pain Treatment

Back pain, like almost any other malady, has a variety of possible treatment options. The best way to treat your pain depends on your conditions and health. Occasional or mild back pain usually does not require direct surgical treatment and can be remedied with a combination of healing rest, exercise, and over-the-counter or prescription pain killers. Additional remedies, like yoga, massage, and physical therapy can also be effective at reducing and preventing neck and back pain.

However, sometimes the pain is caused by a problem that's not so easily fixed. If you're struggling with a pinched nerve, bone spur, bulging disc, or similar condition, you may need a more direct solution. Issues like this don't always fix themselves; you need to take action to get them remedied.

Laser spine surgery treats this kind of condition with a variety of versatile endoscopic procedures. These surgeries target the root of the problem, whether it be an irritated nerve, an offending bone growth, or a leaking disc. Precise lasers can target and neutralize overactive nerves or chip away at discs or growths that are compressing them. There are a variety of different procedures available. Here are some of the more common ones:

  • Foraminotomy
  • Laminotomy
  • Discectomy
  • Facet Joint Degeneration
  • Laminectomy
  • Rhizotomy

These surgeries are all minimally invasive outpatient procedures. They utilize endoscopes, tiny cameras that provide surgeons a live feed of their work. Because endoscopes and the laser instruments are so fine, only a tiny incision is needed for a laser spine operation. This incision is usually less than an inch long, meaning that scarring is minimal and healing times are short. A series of tubes are inserted into this incision to give the surgical instruments a clear path to the target area.

Since these minimally invasive procedures are so much easier on the body than conservative options like open back surgery, most patients are able to talk out of the facility under their own power on the same day as the surgery. The procedure will be followed up by a few short hours of rest and monitoring, after which they are able to return to the comfort of their homes. For some patients, relief is felt immediately, with complete recovery within a few short months.

Laser spinal surgery centers offer a variety of different treatments for all kinds of conditions. Check our site to learn more about these procedures or contact a laser spine surgery center to get any questions answered.


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