MINIMALLY INVASIVE SPINE SURGERY.pdf

MINIMALLY INVASIVE SPINE SURGERY

Haertl, R. - Korge, A.

Minimally invasive spine surgery, in some form or other, has historical roots dating back more than 100 years, and recent advances in technology now make it increasingly effective in treating suitable spine patients. While minimally invasive approaches have shown to reduce muscle damage, blood loss, and post-operative pain, to perform this type of surgery correctly, even highly skilled modern-day surgeons must prepare themselves for a demanding learning curve. For this reason, AOSpine proudly presents Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery: Techniques,Evidence, and Controversies, the most comprehensive book of its kind, which includes more than 500 pages of surgical techniques, illustrations, case images, tips and tricks, and research, providing an invaluable tool for spine surgeons around the world. Each technique is fully examined:The pros and cons of each is objectively reviewedIts spectrum of indications and contraindications is summarizedHistorical and modern day controversies relating to each technique are discussedUniquely, chapters in the text are further supported by an evidence-based section summarizing research studies, analysis, and conclusions into each technique, from peer-reviewed journals The text covers more than just a range of interesting medical techniques. By including brief historical introductions on each technique and the surgeons that explored and founded its methods, their early (sometimes self-made) instrumentation, right through to todays current best-practice, this book provides an interesting, informative, and topical instruction on minimally invasive surgery and its increasingly encouraging results for spine-patient care. MINIMALLY INVASIVE SPINE SURGERY.

Minimally invasive spinal surgery involves the use of smaller incisions that minimize damage to the surrounding muscles and ligaments of the spine. These less invasive surgeries allow for the following benefits when compared to traditional surgeries, including: Faster recovery times; Reduced infection and blood loss Since minimally invasive spine surgery is an extremely advanced technical procedure, it is critical that your selection criteria of a specialized surgeon include both the experience and skill to perform the procedure safely and effectively.

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Sofi Voighua

Similarly, spinal surgery techniques have advanced to the point where some procedures involve incisions less than 1 inch. Many modern techniques can be described as “minimally invasive” surgery, or “MIS.” For some patients, a minimally invasive procedure may be a better surgical option than a traditional or “open” spinal surgery. If you and your doctor decide that back surgery is the right option for you, know that advancements in spine surgery have made these procures far less invasive, with significant advantages. The procedures achieve similar results as traditional surgery, but minimally invasive surgery (MIS) approach means: Less cutting of muscles and skin 1,2,3

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Mattio Mazios

Similarly, spinal surgery techniques have advanced to the point where some procedures involve incisions less than 1 inch. Many modern techniques can be described as “minimally invasive” surgery, or “MIS.” For some patients, a minimally invasive procedure may be a better surgical option than a traditional or “open” spinal surgery.

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Noe Schulzzo

Minimally invasive techniques have been used for a wide range of spine procedures, and have been used for common procedures like laminectomy surgery and spinal fusions since the early 1990s. Dr. Brusovanik was educated in neurosurgery and orthopedic spine surgery and has been trained using the MISS techniques.

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Jason Statham

At Minimally Invasive Spine in AZ, Dr. Timothy Luke’s patient has found a new spring in his step after a successful minimally invasive spine surgery performed by Dr. Luke and his team! “I highly recommend Dr. Luke and his staff! When I came into his office for the first time I was amazed he actually listens to you.

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Jessica Kolhmann

Here, surgery is always our last option and compassionate care comes first. Plus, your personal patient care coordinator will walk you through the entire process from start to finish. Welcome to the Minimally Invasive Spine Institute – where the process is as patient-friendly as the procedure. LEARN MORE Minimally invasive spinal surgery involves the use of smaller incisions that minimize damage to the surrounding muscles and ligaments of the spine. These less invasive surgeries allow for the following benefits when compared to traditional surgeries, including: Faster recovery times; Reduced infection and blood loss