Thanks to endoscopically guided spinal decompression, the herniated material of spinal discs, can be effectively removed via endoscopic vision. The process is gentle and supports rapid recovery of mobility.A herniated disc is putting pressure on a nerve root: Open surgery VS Endoscopic Spine Surgery? A disc herniation can be identified and removed through a tubular device without open back surgery. © Joimax
Spine surgery should always be the last resort when it comes to treating chronic back pain. What does this mean?
Only after failed physiotherapy and pain therapy, should surgery of any kind, be considered at all. The spinal cord is part of the central nervous system. The density of important nerves in the area around the spine, makes this area particularly vulnerable to the possible complications of open spine surgery. The results of open spine surgery are not always successful in reducing chronic back pain. One of the reasons for failed back surgery is the formation of irritating scar tissue in the area of the spine following open spine surgery.
What is minimally invasive
or endoscopic back surgery?
Endoscopic surgery takes place through a tubular device that avoids incisions into skin, muscles, nerves and bones.