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Our practice takes a unique approach to minimally invasive spine surgery. Spine expert and surgeon Seth Joseffer, MD explains.
At Princeton Brain & Spine Care our priority is providing the best care for our patients. For this reason, we provide a variety of minimally invasive techniques that we feel are scientifically proven, but avoid others which are unproven or not right for a particular problem.
The minimally invasive techniques we offer include:
Spinal Fusion with Instrumentation:
Patients with spinal instability or chronic back pain may require spinal fusion surgery. This surgery is done to stabilize and strengthen the spine and to alleviate severe chronic back pain. Spinal fusion is a common treatment for such spinal disorders as spondylolisthesis, instability, scoliosis, severe disc degeneration, or spinal fractures. Fusion surgery is usually only considered after non-operative therapies have failed.
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