Due to advances in disc decompression surgery, minimally invasive techniques using endoscopes and microscopes now allow for smaller surgical incisions. Shorter recovery times from surgery means getting back to the things you enjoy. Read More
In selected cases, Dr. Siddiqi may use a combination of microsurgical and endoscopic techniques with the METRX tubular system to perform disc surgery in a minimally invasive fashion. Read More
Endoscopic discectomy is an outpatient surgical procedure used to remove herniated disc material that is causing uncomfortable pain and pressure in the back. Endoscopic discectomy is an alternative to open lumbar disc surgery.Read More
Although fusion surgery may be effective in eliminating pain symptoms, patients may experience limited flexibility in that particular area of the spine due to immobilization of the vertebrae between the disc. Read More
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For patients experiencing significant neck pain or muscle numbness, the multitude of possible root causes for the pain can make it difficult to determine the … Read More
For patients considering spinal surgery as an option for addressing back pain, the decision to finally move forward with an operation can be daunting. For … Read More
Kyphoplasty and vertebroplasty are both minimally invasive procedures that help preserve the spinal column’s integrity and height. Patients typically need one of these two surgeries … Read More