Minimally Invasive Stabilization Procedures
At OC Spine Centers, our spine specialists aim to treat various spinal conditions with the top treatment options. Our treatments range from conservative to minimally invasive spine procedures. Our spine surgeries include specialized decompression and stabilization procedures. We utilize the latest surgical techniques to perform these surgeries. Our spinal stabilization surgeries are the leading alternative to the traditional open back surgery.
Advantages of Surgery
- Minimally invasive
- Fast recovery after surgery
- Low risk rate
- Outpatient procedure
- Performed by the top board-certified physicians in Orange County
- Low risk of infection
- Relief from debilitating symptoms
We aim to treat each patient with the most effective treatment options based on the severity of their condition and specific needs. Our board-certified physicians complete an exhaustive consultation to fully diagnose the spine condition and create a unique treatment plan. We start all patients off with a conservative form of treatment. If symptoms persist, then we may recommend our minimally invasive stabilization spine procedures.
Minimally Invasive Stabilization Surgeries at OC Spine Center
Our team of leading spine specialists offers the leading minimally invasive stabilization procedures for spinal conditions. Our stabilization surgeries include decompression, disc replacement and fusion procedures.
Our specialized decompression surgery directly treats the narrowing of the spinal canal and relieves the pressure that is placed on nerves or spinal cord. With this procedure, all symptoms including chronic pain will dissipate
- This procedure most commonly treats spinal stenosis.
As a disc deteriorates within the spinal cord, vertebrae lose the cushioning that the discs provide. Degenerative effects can be reversed through disc replacement. Our physicians replace discs with artificial discs to restore the structure and alleviate symptoms.
Fusion procedures are performed to stabilize different regions of the spine that have been damaged due to a spinal condition. A bone graft is placed within the affected area to restore the spinal structure and relieve chronic pain.