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Minimally Invasive Pain Institute

Surgical Procedures

Endoscopic Spine Surgery

Endoscopy is a way for providers to see inside the body or an organ while using minimally invasive instruments that have cameras and will only require small incisions. Providers are using this technique to treat issues with the spine. Since endoscopy uses smaller incisions: 1) the healing times can be shorter, 2) there is usually less pain associated with treatment, and 3) a quicker recovery period. Providers are now using the technology of endoscopy to treat spine disorders such as: tumors, infection, scoliosis, kyphosis, degenerative disc disease, fractures, herniated discs, etc. A consult with a surgeon is necessary to assess whether one is a proper candidate for endoscopic spine surgery.