When touting the benefits of minimally-invasive spine surgery, patients hear most often that it is a way to approach correction of a chronic spinal condition with smaller incisions, less surgical complications and pain, and faster healing. While all of this is predominantly true, one of the aspects not frequently discussed or understood is the goal of minimally-invasive spine surgery: Motion Preservation.
Especially when it comes to replacement of discs in the lumbar spine as a means to correct degenerative disc disease, certain procedures and devices aim to correct the issue, prevent it from getting worse and preserve the patient’s range of motion all at the same time.
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