Endoscopic Discectomy:

Innovative Spine Surgery for Rapid Relief


Revolutionizing the treatment of herniated discs and chronic back pain, providing a minimally invasive solution for a wide range of spinal conditions. Our advanced surgical technique promises faster recovery, minimal risk, and significant pain relief with a small skin incision.


Why Choose Endoscopic Discectomy?

Faster Recovery, Less Risk

Endoscopic spine surgery represents a significant advancement in spinal treatment. It’s designed to treat various conditions with minimal disruption to your body, ensuring a quicker return to your daily activities.

Minimally Invasive Procedure

Small Skin Incision: The surgery involves an approximately 1 cm skin incision, significantly smaller than traditional methods.

Less Tissue Damage: With less damage to the skin, subcutaneous tissue, and muscles, the procedure ensures a smoother healing process.

Reduced Bleeding and Lower Risk: Less bleeding during surgery and a lower risk of wound complications post-surgery.

Conditions Treated

Endoscopic discectomy can effectively treat:

Spinal arthritis and bone spurs

Spinal arthritis is a degenerative condition characterized by inflammation of the joints in the spine, leading to pain, stiffness, and reduced mobility. Over time, this inflammation can cause the breakdown of cartilage and the formation of bone spurs—bony outgrowths that develop along the edges of the bones in the spine. Bone spurs can further contribute to pain and discomfort by irritating nearby nerves and tissues. Treatment options like endoscopic discectomy can provide relief by addressing these structural changes with minimal disruption to surrounding tissues.

Bulging Discs

A bulging disc occurs when a spinal disc extends beyond its normal boundary, often due to age-related degeneration or injury. This condition can cause pressure on nearby nerves, leading to pain, numbness, and weakness in the affected area. Although not always painful, a bulging disc can significantly impact mobility and quality of life. Minimally invasive treatments like endoscopic discectomy can effectively relieve symptoms by removing the problematic disc material, allowing patients to return to their daily activities more quickly.

Discogenic Back Pain

Discogenic back pain is a type of chronic pain originating from a damaged intervertebral disc in the spine. This condition is typically caused by disc degeneration, injury, or wear and tear, leading to inflammation and discomfort. Symptoms often include localized pain in the lower back, which may worsen with movement or prolonged sitting. Endoscopic discectomy offers an effective treatment by precisely targeting and alleviating the source of pain, resulting in faster recovery and improved quality of life.

Failed Back Surgery

Failed back surgery syndrome (FBSS) refers to persistent or recurring pain following spinal surgery. This condition can result from a variety of factors, including improper healing, nerve damage, or complications from the initial procedure. Symptoms often include chronic pain, limited mobility, and ongoing discomfort. Addressing FBSS can be challenging, but innovative treatments like endoscopic discectomy provide a minimally invasive solution. This advanced technique targets the underlying issues, such as residual disc fragments or scar tissue, to relieve pain and improve patient outcomes, offering hope for those who have not found relief from previous surgeries.

Spinal Stenosis

Spinal stenosis is a condition characterized by the narrowing of the spinal canal, which can compress the spinal cord and nerves. This compression often results in pain, numbness, and weakness, primarily in the lower back and legs. Symptoms may worsen with activities like walking or standing and improve with sitting or bending forward. Endoscopic discectomy offers a minimally invasive option to alleviate the pressure on the spinal nerves by removing or reshaping the affected tissues, leading to reduced pain and improved mobility for patients.

Radiculitis or Radiculopathy

Radiculitis, also known as radiculopathy, refers to the inflammation or compression of a spinal nerve root. This condition can cause sharp, shooting pain, numbness, and weakness radiating from the spine to other parts of the body, such as the arms or legs, depending on the affected nerve. Common causes include herniated discs, spinal stenosis, or bone spurs. Endoscopic discectomy is a minimally invasive procedure that can effectively relieve the pressure on the nerve root, alleviating pain and restoring function.

Chronic Facet Disease

Chronic facet disease involves the degeneration and inflammation of the facet joints, which connect the vertebrae in the spine. This condition leads to persistent back pain, stiffness, and muscle spasms, particularly when leaning backward or twisting. Over time, the wear and tear on these joints can significantly impair mobility and quality of life. Minimally invasive treatments like endoscopic discectomy can provide relief by targeting the damaged areas, reducing inflammation, and improving spinal function, thus helping patients regain their normal activities with less pain.

The Procedure: Precise and Effective

During the surgery, a specially designed 8 mm camera system is used. Here’s how it works

1. Small Incision

A 1 cm incision is made at the level of the herniated disc.

2. Camera-Guided Surgery

The camera system allows the surgeon to reach and remove the herniated tissue through this small incision, dissecting the subcutaneous tissues without cutting them.

3. Relief of Pressure

Removing the herniated tissue relieves pressure on the nerve root, alleviating pain and other symptoms.

4. Quick Closure

The incision is sutured, completing the minimally invasive procedure.

Benefits of Endoscopic Discectomy

Minimal Pain

Reduced postoperative pain compared to traditional surgery.

Quick Recovery

Faster return to work and daily activities.

Local Anesthesia Option

For patients at risk of complications from general anesthesia, the procedure can be performed with local anesthesia, enhancing patient comfort and reducing postoperative issues.

Experience Advanced Spine Care

Discover the benefits of endoscopic discectomy and regain your quality of life. Our expert team is dedicated to providing you with the highest level of care, ensuring a safe and swift recovery.

Contact Us Today to learn more about how endoscopic discectomy can help you overcome your back pain and spinal issues. Let us guide you to a pain-free future with our innovative surgical solutions.

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