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Open Back Surgery
Minimally Invasive Surgery


Open Back Surgery

  • Surgeon can clearly see and access the spine

Minimally Invasive Surgery

  • Small incisions
  • Safety, accuracy, vision, precision
  • Little or no blood loss
  • Minimal body trauma
  • Lower risk of infections
  • Fewer post-op complications
  • Minimal surgical scars - better aesthetic results
  • Short hospitalization
  • Less post-operative pain
  • Shorter recovery time
  • Faster return to daily activities


Open Back Surgery

  • Long surgical incisions
  • Removal and damage to the spine muscles
  • Considerable post-surgical pain
  • Long hospitalization
  • Long recovery periods
  • High risk of post-op complications
  • Large scaring

Minimally Invasive Surgery

  • Requires specialized high-end medical equipment
  • Surgeons need specialized training ALL OF WHICH WE PROVIDE AT AIMIS SPINE


MIS procedures allow the surgeon to perform each surgery through a small incision, with minimally disruptive effects on surrounding tissues and muscles, producing superior results to traditional open approaches. The field of MIS for spine continues to grow, and most conditions today can be treated with some form of minimally invasive surgery.

The incision is usually 1/10 the size of the underlying mass. The minimally disruptive microsurgery procedures we perform are usually on “a day surgery” basis (same day release) and certainly always with the shortest hospitalization time possible. Henceforth, our MIS techniques at AIMIS Spine, more often than not, result in reduced surgical times, minimal tissue damage and blood loss, shorter hospital stay and a quicker return to normal activities.

Am I a candidate for Minimally Invasive Surgery?

Most surgeries today can be treated through minimally invasive surgery and have become the preferable option for most were available. There are certain conditions however, that require standard open treatment, such as high-degree scoliosis, tumors and some infections. The options available depend on a patient's diagnosis and overall patient condition.

If any of the following describe elements of your condition, contact us today and benefit from a second opinion from one of our surgeons!

  • TROUBLE STANDING FOR LONG PERIODS OF TIME, SLEEPING, EXERCISING, OR PARTICIPATING IN DAILY ACTIVITIES – Minimally invasive spine surgery is not only for severe spine conditions but also when it’s stopping you from living a normal life without pain.

  • NOT HAD SUCCESS WITH CONSERVATIVE TREATMENTS LIKE EXERCISE, PHYSICAL THERAPY, CHIROPATHY OR PRESCRIPTION PAIN MEDICATION - Delaying treatment and potential surgery can potentially lead to your pain worsening over time as the conditions can become chronic.
  • BEEN DIAGNOSED WITH A SPINAL DISORDER OR TRAUMA - for example bulging or herniated disc, degenerative disc disease, or fracture of the spine, etc.
  • BEEN DIAGNOSED WITH A CHRONIC SPINE CONDITION – like Scoliosis, Kyphosis, Spinal Arthritis, etc.
  • FAILED SPINE SURGERY AND HAVE NOT FOUND RELIEF – Revision Surgery is our expertise - for patient who had some sort of previous open spine surgery before they were aware of MIS advantages
  • BEEN DIAGNOSED WITH A RARE CONDITION LIKE A TARLOV CYST – and have been told its asymptomatic, yet you are in excruciating and debilitating pain
  • A SPINAL CORD INJURY – and want to be evaluated for our clinical trial

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