Cervical Disc Replacement. Motion sparing cervical surgery through a microscopic minimally invasive approach. By replacing the disc instead of fusing it, we allow the segment to maintain motion and restore natural alignment, decreasing the risk of breakdown in the adjacent levels while still fully decompressing the spinal cord and nerve roots.
Minimally invasive TLIF. Through 2 inch incisions, we were able to decompress our patient's lumbar stenosis, remove the facet cyst, and fuse his unstable spondylolisthesis in correct alignment. This technology allows for less invasive approaches, decreasing blood loss, postoperative pain, and surgical costs. Patient now has complete resolution of his radicular pain and weakness 2 weeks after surgery. posted with patient permission.