We conduct world-class surgery through penny-sized incisions.
Our doctors have an average surgery time of less than 60 minutes.
100% of our patients go home the same day of their surgery.
Spinal Stenosis refers to the narrowing of the spaces in the spine. This can put pressure on the nerves that send signals to the arms and legs.
A bulging disc occurs when a disc becomes damaged through normal wear and tear or injury. The disc may or bulge or flatten as the outer shell becomes weaker.
When the outer shell of a disc ruptures, causing the inner gel-like core to break through, potentially impinging surrounding nerves.
The deterioration of the vertebrae and discs commonly associated with aging, which can potentially cause painful pressure on surrounding nerves.
Also knows as decompression surgery, a laminectomy creates space by removing a portion of the lamina, relieving the pain.
Removes the damaged disc in the neck, relieving pain and pressure, while providing support through a reinforced implant.
Removes damaged disc from the lower back (lumbar spine), and fuses two vertebrae to create much needed support.
Also known as an RFA, this procedure uses high-energy radio frequency to ablate the trouble nerve, essentially eliminating the source of pain.
At the BioSpine Institute, our main goal is to improve the lives of our patients.
We have had the privilege of doing just that thousands of times. Here are just a few of their stories.
Back pain kept Toni from being able to accomplish even the most basic tasks. Hear is how her life has changed.
Daniel started his treatment at a different facility but ultimately found relief at BioSpine.
Kathrine was living on pain killers before she came to BioSpine and now is on the path to getting her life back.