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Read one of the articles below for valuable and useful information related to your spinal and neurological health
Laser back surgery is a heavily marketed term on the internet today. Unfortunately, the term may be very misleading. Lasers have very limited utility in actual spinal surgery and are used mostly as a marketing gimmick… read more.
This study is a review of 55 patient undergoing posterior open-door laminoplasty for the surgical treatment of cervical spondylotic myelopathy. All patients had cervical spinal stenosis with … read more.
This study is a review of radiation exposure to patients and the surgeon in minimally invasive lumbar fusion surgery. The journal the study was published in, the Journal of Neurosurgery … read more.
Does minimally invasive surgery have a lower risk of surgical site infections compared with open spinal surgery?
A review was performed of 2299 patients who underwent lumbar spinal surgery. Types of surgeries included transforaminal lumbar interbody fusions, lumbar laminectomies, and lumbar discectomies… read more.
In a review of 863 patients undergoing open vs. minimally invasive lumbar spinal surgery, the authors analyzed the risk of a common complication of spinal surgery… read more.
Neck Pain Treatment Options
At the Texas Spine and Neurosurgery Center, our surgeons specialize in the treatment of neck disorders.”Our group probably treats more patients with neck pain than any other neurosurgery practice between here and downtown Houston” states Dr. Rajesh Bindal, founder of the Texas Spine and Neurosurgery Center.
Click one of the neck pain treatment options below to learn more about each: