Minimally Invasive Lumbar Discectomy Surgery in New Jersey
When it comes to Minimally Invasive Lumbar Discectomy surgery, New Jersey spine surgeon Dr. Joshua Rovner has the comprehensive experience patients trust. As one of the state’s leading destinations for spine surgery in NJ, Minimally Invasive Lumbar Discectomy is a form spine surgery that Dr. Rovner and his advanced surgical team specializes in.
Minimally Invasive Lumbar Discectomy Surgery
Minimally Invasive Lumbar Discectomy is spine surgery procedure that is used to treat a herniated disc in your lower back if all non-surgical methods of treatment fail. During a lumbar discectomy, all or part of the herniated disc in your lower back is removed. At Progressive Spine & Orthopaedics in New Jersey, we use state-of-the-art technology and procedures. And this procedure is no different, involving only a small incision in your lower back to avoid damaging muscles. This also allows you to heal and get back to your normal life faster.
Benefits of Minimally Invasive Lumbar Discectomy
You’ll be relieved of the pain or weakness you’re experiencing in your lower back, hips, buttocks, and legs due to the herniated disc in your lower back. The herniated disc irritates spinal nerves that have roots in the spinal cord near the disc. By removing the herniated disc, the pressure put on the nerve is released and the pain will be relieved.
About Minimally Invasive Lumbar Discectomy Surgery
During the procedure of Minimally Invasive Lumbar Discectomy, Dr. Rovner will begin the surgery by making a small incision in your lower back, where the damaged disc is located. He’ll then temporarily remove muscle from your bone, providing access to the vertebrae surrounding the affected disc. After that, using state-of-the-art equipment, he’ll remove a small portion of the vertebral bone to gain access to the disc itself.
To wrap-up the minimally invasive lumbar discectomy, your experienced New Jersey spine surgeon remove all or part of the herniated disc that is irritating the spinal nerve and causing your pain.
Minimally Invasive Lumbar Discectomy: What to Expect
At Progressive Spine & Orthopaedics, we use state-of-the-art technology and procedures. In most cases after a lumbar discectomy, this allows you to go home the day of the procedure. Depending on the location of the herniated disc and your health, your recovery can take between one and four weeks. During this time, the nerve that was being affected by the herniated disc will be healing and you should gradually feel relief from your pain.
Of course, you’ll receive more detailed and specific instructions for your recovery from Dr. Rovner after the procedure. He’ll be happy to answer any and all questions you have. You’ll be scheduled for post-surgery appointments to verify that your recovery is going as expected. Dr. Rovner of NJ will be active and a part of all aspects of your care – from your first consultation, through choosing your treatment plan together, all the way to your recovery.
When You Need Minimally Invasive Lumbar Discectomy in New Jersey
As an award-winning New Jersey spine surgeon, Dr. Joshua Rovner delivers comprehensive treatment for Minimally Invasive Lumbar Discectomy, with spine surgery or non-surgical treatment is the best approach. Board certified to practice in New York and New Jersey, Dr. Joshua Rovner is among few spine surgeons in NJ with depth of experience and expertise for advanced and minimally-invasive spinal surgery.
Dr. Joshua Rovner is a spine surgeon in New Jersey who provides both non-surgical and surgical treatment of pain related to the neck and entire back. He prides himself on his patient-centered, personalized approach that helps correctly diagnose and treat problems related to deformity, trauma, and degenerative conditions. With experience in Minimally Invasive Lumbar Discectomy, he focuses on conservative non-surgical methods but, when surgery is necessary, utilizes the most modern techniques. Schedule a consultation today and contact us, or you can call us at (202) 227-1299 to schedule your appointment.