Spine & Sports Treatments

ISSI offers a wide range of minimally invasive spine surgery and sports injury treatments that relieve chronic pain, use smaller incisions, and allow for faster recovery. 

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Treatments We Offer

After diagnosing your condition, the next step is treatment. While there could be several treatment options for your condition, at the International Spine & Sports Institute, we help you choose the specific treatment that is best for your unique case.

Learn more about the treatment options offered at ISSI or try our candidacy assessment tool to see if you qualify for a minimally invasive spine surgery or sports injury treatment.

Artificial Disc Replacement

An artificial disc replacement removes the damaged or injured disc and replaces it with a synthetic disc that returns the spine and back to its original function and mobility.

Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery

Minimally invasive spine surgery uses smaller incisions than traditional open back procedures, resulting in less trauma and faster recovery.

Microdiscectomy

A microdiscectomy is the process of removing portions of a disc that are impeding the function of nearby nerve roots or the spinal cord through small incision.

Endoscopic Discectomy

An endoscopic discectomy is the process of leveraging a tube-like camera to access and view the disc, then removing the damaged portion without trauma to nearby anatomy.

Endoscopic Foraminotomy

An endoscopic foraminotomy alleviates pressure on a nerve by widening the foramina in which it is passing through.

Laser Spine Surgery

Laser spine surgery is a minimally invasive treatment option that uses laser techniques in addition to other modern processes to access and repair the damaged spinal disc.

Coccygectomy

Coccygectomy is a surgical procedure in which the coccyx or tailbone is removed in order to relieve chronic, debilitating tailbone pain known as coccydynia.

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