Minimally Invasive Facet Thermal Ablation: An Innovative Approach to Spinal Arthritis Treatment
Our minimally invasive facet thermal ablation procedure is aimed to treat arthritis in the spine. Your spine has a series of facet joints on the outside of your spinal cord that lay closest to your skin. These facet joints allow the spine to bend and move in a full range of motion. When you have facet arthritis, that means you have arthritis in the joints that allow your spine to move comfortably. Often, this can result in pain, stiffness and loss of motion.
Our facet thermal ablation procedure uses a laser to eliminate the arthritis in the facet joints of the spine. Our surgeons create a small incision at the site of your facet arthritis. They then use a laser to deaden the nerves that are being compressed by the arthritis in your joints. The minimally invasive techniques used in this procedure allow our surgeons to treat your spine condition without affecting the surrounding muscles and nerves, thus resulting in a shorter recovery time.
What is the purpose of a facet thermal ablation?
Patients who endure chronic pain and limited mobility in the neck and back due to arthritis in the spine may experience pain relief with our minimally invasive facet thermal ablation procedure. The procedure is designed to target the source of your pain without disturbing surrounding muscles or nerves.
At Total Spine & Orthopedics, we have helped patients for years find relief from chronic neck and back pain. We understand the frustration you are experiencing from your loss of movement and the limitation of daily activities. With our minimally invasive spine surgery, we can help you experience life to its fullest potential again. There is a reason why we are the leader in minimally invasive spine surgery.
What symptoms can be relieved with a facet thermal ablation?
Symptoms associated with arthritis of the spine (facet joints) can vary from person to person based on the individual and the intensity of the condition. The most common symptoms of this spine condition include:
At Total Spine & Orthopedics, our commitment extends beyond procedures. We focus on patient-centered care, ensuring each individual's needs are met with the utmost attention. For more information about our facet thermal ablation or other minimally invasive spine procedures, we encourage you to reach out to our Patient Care Advocates. We're here to guide you on your journey to a pain-free life.
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