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Robotic spine surgery is an advanced minimally invasive technique that provides surgeons with more precision and predictability before, during, and after procedures. Using a combination of a computer and specialized software and instruments, our surgeons develop a pre-operative plan that determines exactly where and how they will operate on your spine. During the procedure, they are assisted by an automated robotic “arm” that holds surgical instruments in place and allowing our surgeons to fully visualize your anatomy in real-time. With this guidance, each procedure is fully customized to meet the needs of our individual patients.
Robotic spine surgery is typically recommended for patients experiencing chronic back pain who have not seen improvement with non-surgical treatments such as medication or physical therapy.
There are several reasons a person may consider having robotic spine surgery, including:
If you think you are a candidate for robotic-assisted spine surgery at The Institute for Robotic Surgery and are ready to get started on your path to pain-free living, please complete our treatment assessment below.
At the Institute for Robotic Surgery, our robotic surgical systems are clinically proven to have added surgical accuracy, preferred patient outcomes, and increased patient safety for spine surgery. You may be a good candidate for robotic spine surgery if you are experiencing chronic neck and back pain and non-surgical solutions have not worked to relieve pain.
Robotic spine surgery is done for a number of common spine conditions including:
If you have a confirmed spine condition, have not seen success or results with non-surgical treatments, you could be a candidate for robotic spine surgery. To find out if you are a candidate for robotic spine surgery, contact our Patient Advocates now or schedule a callback at a time that is convenient for you.