Endoscopic Discectomy

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What is it?

Endoscopic discectomy is a minimally invasive surgery for the treatment of herniated discs.

Endoscopic Discectomy is a minimally-invasive procedure that has several advantages including:

  • check-mark-1High Success rate
  • check-mark-1Small incision and short recovery phase
  • check-mark-1Minimal scar tissue
  • check-mark-1Preserves spinal mobility
  • check-mark-1Done under local anesthesia
  • check-mark-1Minimal blood loss
  • check-mark-1Same-day surgery with no hospitalization required

How does it work?

The procedure works be removing parts of a herniated disc that may be impinging on the spinal cord or spinal nerves.

What conditions does it treat?

This procedure treats radicular pain that is being caused by a herniated disc.