Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery (MISS), is a new and innovative approach to spinal surgery.

The method only requires a tiny incision in the lower back, without a pronounced dissection of the spinal nerves. The surgeon uses specialized surgical instruments to visualize the spinal structures and subsequently decompress the spinal nerves.

A camera (Endoscope) is used to transmit images to a monitor, and through the incision measuring less than 1 inch, the surgeon can view tiny structures using the Endoscope’s built-in magnification.

Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery (MISS), is a new and innovative approach to spinal surgery.

The method only requires a tiny incision in the lower back, without a pronounced dissection of the spinal nerves. The surgeon uses specialized surgical instruments to visualize the spinal structures and subsequently decompress the spinal nerves.

A camera (Endoscope) is used to transmit images to a monitor, and through the incision measuring less than 1 inch, the surgeon can view tiny structures using the Endoscope’s built-in magnification.

As opposed to open spine surgery, minimally invasive surgical approaches can be faster, safer and require less recovery time. Because of the reduced trauma to the muscles and soft tissues (compared to open procedures), the potential benefits are:

Better cosmetic results from smaller skin incisions (sometimes as small as several millimeters)

Less blood loss from surgery

Reduced risk of muscle damage, since less or no cutting of the muscle is required

Reduced risk of infection and postoperative pain

Faster recovery from surgery and less rehabilitation required

Diminished reliance on pain medications after surgery

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