Endoscopic Foraminotomy

Endoscopic Foraminotomy is a minimally invasive spine surgery used to relieve pressure on spinal nerve roots, caused by compression from bone spurs, disc herniations, scar tissue, or excessive ligaments. The purpose of the foraminotomy is to enlarge or open the narrowed neuro or spinal nerve root canal, so the nerves would have more room to move around without compression.

An Endoscopic Foraminotomy can be used to treat the following conditions: arthritis of the spine/bone spurs, bulging disc/herniation, failed back surgery syndrome, foraminal narrowing, spine degeneration, radiculitis/radiculopathy, sciatica, spinal slippage, spinal instability, spinal stenosis, cervical spine degenerative disease with spinal nerve compression and pinched cervical spine nerves.