The board-certified orthopedic spine and neurosurgeons at the Institute for Robotic Surgery use only the most state-of-the-art surgical technologies to achieve the best results for every patient—in the least invasive way possible.
Back and neck pain can be extremely painful and debilitating, which makes living a normal life very difficult for some. Robotic-assisted minimally invasive surgery can help you find relief quickly, with little trauma to the body and a faster recovery than traditional open-back surgery.
At the Institute for Robotic Surgery, our board-certified surgeons meticulously assess and diagnose every patient’s unique spine condition to find the right course of treatment. While we always recommend exhausting all conservative treatment options before turning to surgery, if a patient is not seeing success with non-surgical treatments, surgerymay be a necessary next step to find lasting relief from pain.
The Institute for Robotic Surgery diagnoses and treats and variety of conditions that affect the spine. Check out our most commonly performed treatments and most seen conditions below or view all.
A bulging disc occurs when the tough exterior portion of a spinal disc extends beyond its normal position between two vertebrae.
Degenerative disc disease occurs from spinal discs breaking down from everyday wear-and-tear as you get older.
40% of patients who have undergone spine surgery still experience pain, which is referred to as failed back surgery.
A minimally invasive procedure in which an injured disc is removed from the spine and replaced with an artificial one, allowing the spine to return to full function.
A robotic-assisted discectomy is the surgical removal of a portion of an intervertebral disc that causes pain, weakness or numbness by pressing on a nerve root or the spinal cord.
A robotic-assisted laminectomy is a minimally invasive surgery that relieves pressure on the spinal cord and nerves by enlarging and creating space in your spinal canal.