Transforaminal Lumbar Interbody Fusion (TLIF)
Anterior Cervical Diskectomy
Anterior Cervical Diskectomy and Fusion (ACDF)
This a procedure that involves cervical discectomy coming in from the front to remove the pressure on the nerve roots and/or spinal cord and then a fusion to stabilize the bones. The fusion is obtained using bone graft as well as hardware in the form of a plate and screws. It is a well-tolerated procedure with a very high satisfaction rate.
Cervical Total Disc Replacement
Posterior Cervical Decompression & Fusion
This is a procedure where the pressure on the spinal cord is addressed from an approach from the patient’s back of the neck region. Procedure is used to treat underlying conditions, such as disc herniations as well as cervical spinal stenosis.
Epidural Steroid Injection (ESI)
ESI is a cortisone injection used to treat inflammation in the space that surrounds the spinal cord and the nerves coming out of it. This procedure can help relieve neck, arm, back, and leg pain with inflammation. It may relieve pain caused by spinal stenosis, spondylolysis, or disc herniation.
Radiofrequency Ablation (RFA)
A therapeutic SI joint injection is done to provide relief of the pain associated with
sacroiliac joint dysfunction. the pain caused by this syndrome may be felt in your
lower back, buttocks, groin, and your thigh.
iFuse Sacroiliac Procedure
A minimally invasive surgical treatment for sacroiliac joint disorders. Occasionally, hip problems can be confused with low back conditions. The SI joint can be a significant contributor to pain in the lower back, pelvic region, buttocks, or legs.
The iFuse Implant System is a new, minimally invasive approach for sacroiliac (SI) joint fusion surgery to treat conditions including sacroiliac joint disruptions and degenerative sacroiliitis. The procedure utilizes a smaller incision and a guide pin to provide stability to the SI joint, which results in less pain and a quicker recovery time.
A discogram, also spelled diskogram, is a test used to evaluate back pain. Discography uses imaging guidance to direct an injection of contrast material into the center of one or more spinal discs to help identify the source of back pain. It also is used to help guide the treatment of abnormal intervertebral discs – sponge-like cushions located between the vertebrae of the spine.