What is Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery?

Minimally invasive spine surgery is completed through small incisions. This is less invasive since there is minimal access to the spine. There is less disruption to the muscles and surrounding tissue, which in turn decreases the amount of blood loss. They may also result in shorter outpatient/hospital stays, so there is less time spent in the hospital. Minimally invasive techniques are not always the best way to treat a diseased spine.

Minimally invasive spine surgery may be conducted with lateral, ALIF, PLIF, posterior cervical, or SI joint procedures.


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