Back Pain Years After Spinal Fusion

Laser Spine Treatment - Treatments For Spine Related Problems

Thousands of people in the world today suffer from spine or pains; conditions that are related to the spine. Spine surgery is the treatment for this condition. It can either be an open procedure or a minimally invasive procedure. The two methods have their advantages and disadvantages but the minimally invasive is more preferred.

Open spine surgery involves the cutting open of the body to expose the infected areas for appropriate procedure to take effect. This has a number of disadvantages one of which includes collateral damage of the healthy tissues. Moreover, this procedure has been known to weaken the spine especially where immobility of the vertebral have to be done and holes are made. The procedure is also more expensive and requires the use of more anesthesia, more operating time as well as longer hospitalization.

In addition to the entire procedure being more painful than the laser spine treatment, patients take weeks or even months to gain complete recovery. This is due to extensive bleeding which is experienced during the procedure as well as the healing of the wounds. Some patients have also claimed to experience fatal after effects weeks or years after the surgery. This has made the spinal fusion very unpopular and people are opting for the laser spine treatment.

In the laser spine treatment, lasers are used in the separation or elimination of tissues. There is no use of the scalpel, the cutting is done via the evaporation of cells with more water content. This procedure is quite non invasive and very safe. The time required to the completion of the entire procedure is less. What more is that it reduces the number of risks since the technology used in this procedure is more accurate and unlike human hands, risks of cutting unnecessary organs or tissues is reduced.

Patients who opt for the laser spine treatment experience quick recovery. This is because unlike other procedures, there is less cutting which means that less damage done. Patients take at most five days to achieve complete recovery which means they can go on with their daily work within a week. Scars are minimal and future after effects are experienced. This makes laser spine treatment the most promising spine treatment which is not only safe but also saves on hospital bills. It is 1/3 to less expensive than other spinal treatments. This is because it is fast, effective and less time is spent on hospital beds and using medications.

Another major advantage of the laser spine treatment is that there is less pain experienced. This makes it ideal for people who are scared of pain. The procedure, being precise, it involves less bleeding. This is because the procedure requires less skin opening and includes no spine drilling. This means that chances of future complication or spine weakening are minimal. Vaporization is the main principal of the surgery other than manually removing them. This is what makes the procedure much less expensive and takes less time for complete recovery.

The laser spine treatment has been very successful in the treatment of many spine related problems. This include herniated discs, bulging discs, foramina stenosis, spinal stenosis, spinal arthritis, bone spurs, sciatica and many spine related problems. In spite of many doctors not yet being able to conduct the laser spine treatment, most that have gone through this procedure have had no regrets.

Deuk Spine Institute employs a comprehensive continuum of care approach and a world class team of physicians, each the best in their field. Our success lies in our commitment to a Patient First attitude providing you with the highest quality medical care especially with the laser spine treatment. For more info, visit http://www.deukspine.com.

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