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Cervical Disc Replacement Surgery

Cervical Disc Replacement Surgery is a procedure that replaces the failed disc with a new one made of artificial materials that are engineered to duplicate the functioning of a natural disc. The benefits of this procedure would allow patients to enjoy the normal functioning of their back without pain caused by disc failure.

Cervical Spine Surgery

Cervical spine surgery is a proven treatment for everything from degenerative disorders to deformities. It involves removing a part of your spine and then fusing vertebrae in your back with the goal of providing stability and decreasing potential abnormal movement in the spine.

Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery

Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery techniques have gained much more attention in the last several years and is a philosophy that provides for all approaches to be done with minimal trauma and maximal benefit. We specialize in minimally invasive spine techniques that provide the highest standards of patient care you deserve and expect.

The iMAS Procedure: The Masson Keyhole

A technique developed by Dr. Robert Masson, within the iMAS Procedure, the Masson Keyhole is defined as the point within the interpedicular space, where the neural elements may be accessed, with the most constant neural anatomy, independent of intervertebral pathology or distortion.

Microsurgical Keyhole Decompression

As part of Dr. Masson’s iMAS (interpedicular Minimal Access Surgery) protocol, Masson Spine Institute has developed the Keyhole Micro Decompression method. Extremely efficient microdecompression of the nerve involved in a spinal problem can be effective to assist in returning to an active lifestyle without pain.

Spine Anatomy & Physiology

The spinal column is one of the most vital parts of the human body with an anatomy that is extremely well designed and serves many functions. All the elements of the spinal column and vertebrae serve the purpose of protecting the spinal cord and when it is injured or the function is impaired, consequences may be painful and even disabling.

Spinal Treatments

Spinal treatments vary depending on the condition of the spine and the patient. From nerve decompression to spinal reconstruction, treatment is chosen by considering factors like the severity of pain and a patient’s unique situation.
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