Spine Surgery

Spine surgery has traditionally been performed as a "open procedure." To allow the surgeon access, a large incision is made in the area to be operated on. Technological advancements in recent years have made it possible to treat more back and neck disorders with a minimally invasive surgical method. Because it does not require a large incision, minimally invasive spine surgery (MISS) minimises significant damage to the muscles surrounding the spine. This usually results in less pain and a faster recovery.

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