More and more patients in Frisco, TX benefiting from minimally invasive spine surgery.

Press Release/ Frisco, TX: Minimally invasive technique has become a standard approach to treat various orthopedic conditions of the spine. According to the spine specialists at OrthoTexas, Frisco (a renowned group of spine surgeons and physicians), patients suffering Degenerative Disc Disease, Spinal instability, Vertebral Compression Fractures, Kyphosis, Scoliosis and other spinal issues can greatly benefit from this procedure.

The surgeons at OrthoTexas, Frisco have extensive experience in performing minimally invasive surgery to treat spine problems to help patients live a pain-free life. They design an individualized treatment plan according to the severity of the medical condition as well as the health goals of the patient. The procedure has the following benefits:

Less blood loss during surgery.

As small incision(s) is made, there is minimum damage to the muscle.

Faster recovery from surgery, if suggested rehab exercises are followed.

Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery: The Procedure

During the procedure, the surgeons make a tiny incision(s) to gain access to the affected spinal region. Guiding instruments and/or microscopic video cameras are inserted into the incision(s) to perform the surgery. Rods and screws maybe used to immobilize the spine to facilitate the surgical procedure. The size of incisions may vary depending on the extent and type of spinal surgery required.

Common Types Of Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery

Discetomy (Open Discectomy)

Spinal Decompression

Spinal Fusion




Posterior Cervical Microforaminotomy, etc.

“We recommend our patients to opt for surgical options, only when conservative treatment measures such as anti-inflammatory medication, physical therapy, nerve blocks etc. do not provide relief from the symptoms” adds Dr. Burg, one of the spine specialists at OrthoTexas, Frisco. The main aim of the surgery is to treat the underlying condition that is causing acute/chronic back pain. Various rehabilitation exercises are also suggested to patients to ensure faster recovery from the surgery.

For more information about minimally invasive spine surgery, consult the surgeons at OrthoTexas, Frisco. To schedule an appointment, call at (214) 618 – 5502 or visit 5757 Warren Pkwy, Suite 180, Frisco, TX 75034. You can also log on to for more details.