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Lee performs spinal surgery using standard techniques and cutting-edge surgical technologies including minimally invasive spine surgery, disc replacement, and microsurgical decompression. Dr. Lee has been involved in research at the National Institutes of Health, Yale Medical School Research Laboratories, and the Orthopaedic Research Laboratory

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  • back surgery: types, recovery, risks, and benefits

    back surgery: types, recovery, risks, and benefits

    Jun 23, 2011 · In this procedure, a surgeon removes parts of the bone, bone spurs, or ligaments in your back. This relieves pressure on spinal nerves and can ease …

  • herniated disc surgery: types, procedure, risks, and recovery

    herniated disc surgery: types, procedure, risks, and recovery

    Both procedures involve making a small incision down the center of the back or neck over the area of the herniated disc. After removing part or all of the lamina, the surgeon performs a discectomy

  • bulging disc surgery| bonatispineinstitute

    bulging disc surgery| bonatispineinstitute

    Bulging Disc Surgery Options. The Bonati Spine Institute offers an array of procedures to treat a bulging disc, which may include: Discectomy. A discectomy is performed to remove a portion of a bulging or herniated disc which is pressing on the spinal cord and/or spinal nerve roots, causing pain, radiculitis (pain that radiates to the extremities), numbness, tingling or weakness

  • artificial disk replacementin the lumbarspine

    artificial disk replacementin the lumbarspine

    In artificial disk replacement, worn or damaged disk material between the small bones in the spine (vertebrae) is removed and replaced with a synthetic or "artificial" disk. The goal of the procedure is to relieve back pain while maintaining more normal motion than is allowed with some other procedures, such as spinal fusion

  • thoracic herniated disc surgery-spine-health

    thoracic herniated disc surgery-spine-health

    Lateral herniated discs can be reached through a posterolateral approach (from behind and the side) known as a costotransversectomy, which involves removal of rib and transverse process (a small bone attached to the spine) to allow access to the disc space. Thoracic herniated disc surgery is reserved for cases of myelopathy, progressive lower

  • spine surgeryfor degenerativediscdisease

    spine surgeryfor degenerativediscdisease

    Traditional Surgical Options for Degenerative Disc Disease Up until recently, surgery for degenerative disc disease has involved two main components: removal of what's causing pain and then fusing the spine to control movement. When the surgeon removes tissue that's pressing on a nerve, it's called a decompression surgery

  • spinaldecompression surgery, corpectomy, foraminotomy & more

    spinaldecompression surgery, corpectomy, foraminotomy & more

    Spinal decompression surgery is a general term that refers to various procedures intended to relieve symptoms caused by pressure, or compression, on the spinal cord and/or nerve roots. You have several options, including a corpectomy, a diskectomy, a laminotomy, a foraminotomy, or osteophyte removal

  • preserving motion before and afterspine surgery

    preserving motion before and afterspine surgery

    2 days ago · This is also known as arthroplasty, which can be done in the neck, low back, and either alone or combined with a fusion if surgical correction is planned at more than one level (or spine segment). A disc replacement implant is designed to maintain the motion of a spine segment, whereas a fusion eliminates the motion of a spine segment

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