- Reduced tissue damage and scarring.
- Less postoperative pain.
- Shorter hospital stays.
- Quicker recovery and return to normal activities.
- Potentially lower risk of complications.
- Preserved spinal stability and mobility.
It’s important to note that not all spinal conditions or patients are suitable candidates for minimally invasive spine surgery. The decision to pursue this approach is based on individual factors, including the specific condition, patient health, and the surgeon’s assessment.
Consulting with a qualified spine specialist or surgeon is essential to evaluate the suitability of minimally invasive spine surgery for a particular case and to discuss the potential benefits, risks, and outcomes associated with the procedure.