Minimally Invasive Spine Fusion

A spinal fusion is used to stop the motion of a painful vertebral segment, which decreases pain generated from the joint. A few approaches to a spine fusion include adding a bone graft to the spine, setting up a biological response that causes the bone graft to grow and a boney fusion.

A minimally invasive spine fusion can help remedy lumbar degenerative disc disease, lumbar spondylolisthesis and other deformities and abnormalities.