Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery in Frisco, TX
Minimally invasive spine surgery (or MISS) at Preston Surgery Center is recommended for patients who have tried other ways to treat their pain and spinal conditions with mediocre outcomes. Having a minimally invasive spine surgery may seem like a drastic measure to treat pain; however, it can have a profound impact on your health and level of pain. As a renowned orthopedic spine surgeon, Dr. Mark Valente performs several types of minimally invasive surgeries in our AAAASF-accredited surgery center, such as:
- Anterior lumbar interbody fusion (or ALIF)
- Endoscopic lumbar fusion
- Direct lateral anterior fusion (or XLIF)
- Discectomies and mini-discectomies
These are all different medical procedures for the spine, but they do have several attributes in common, such as:
- Can be performed in an outpatient setting safely
- Easier recovery than traditional open surgery
- Faster recovery time to get you back to your regular activities
- May reduce the need to cut through soft tissues and muscles to access the spine
- Require smaller incisions made into the skin and less blood loss
Let’s discuss your spinal condition in an appointment with Dr. Valente when the time is right for you. Contact our office in Frisco, TX to get the process started for your minimally invasive spinal surgery now.
Dr. Valente has many years of specialty training and experience with minimally invasive spine surgery. Contact Preston Surgery Center in Frisco, TX to arrange a private consultation for him to assess your spinal condition. Dr. Valente routinely diagnoses and treats men, women, and children with spinal issues that require surgery. It is also our goal to give you direct information on the fee estimates for any treatments you need. Preston Surgery Center has an on-site AAAASF-accredited facility, which means our patients can have their treatment all in one location in Frisco, TX. Please call and schedule your appointment today.
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