- MINIMALLY INVASIVE & ENDOSCOPIC SPINE SURGERY
- FOR PATIENTS
Ultra Minimally Invasive
Less than 1/2-inch Incision Could
Change Your Life!
Arizona Pain Treatment Centers Board-Certified, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Specialists. Minimally Invasive Spine and Arizona Pain Treatment Centers are proud to offer a multi-specialty approach to surgical and non-surgical treatment options.
Susanne’s life has change since undergoing Ultra MIS Spine Surgery. Pictured here just days after surgery, giving the ‘thumbs up’ and a big smile. Her husband has his wife back, her children have their mom back, and Susanne has her passion for life back. This could be you!
Our Ultra MIS Spine Surgery encompasses the latest techniques and technology utilized in our minimally invasive, endoscopic (use of a small camera), and laser assisted spine surgeries. As a team, we create a surgical blueprint prior to surgery that is individual to each patient. This means we actively incorporate the benefits of each ultra conservative modality to gain the best possible results for each of our patients. In spine surgery, we know LESS is more!
A bulging disc is quite common, and usually remains undetected until the disc bulge comes in contact with adjacent nerves leading to pain and other symptoms.
Degenerative disc disease is not truly a disease, but more of a chain of events that naturally occur as we age. There is no avoiding degenerative disc disease, but you may slow its progress.
As the outer shell of your disc begins to toughen or dry up, a painful crack or tear could happen. Learn what a disc tear is, and how you can recover from it.
Facet Joint Syndrome refers to the degeneration of the arthritic changes that occur in your facet joints. Age and daily wear and tear are the most common culprits.
Foraminal Stenosis describes the narrowing of the foramen. As the foramen narrows, exiting nerves can become compressed causing pain and other symptoms.