Tubular diskectomy minimizes collateral damage

By Raymond J. Gardocki, MD

A logical progression moves spine surgery forward

Minimally invasive spine surgery (MISS) has recently gained popularity, partly because achieving spinal decompression or stabilization without disrupting normal functioning anatomy intuitively makes sense. Much of the demand for MISS comes from patients who have seen family and friends benefit from these techniques.

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