Microsurgery of the Spine
I perform microscopic spine surgery for neck pain, back pain, and sciatica caused by herniated discs, spinal stenosis, and arthritis of the spine. I believe that most patients can avoid a fusion if they choose. The following videos illustrate the surgical procedures that I perform most frequently on the cervical and lumbar spine.
Outpatient Spine Surgery
These three videos explain the process of outpatient, microscopic spine surgery.
OUTPATIENT MICROSCOPIC SPINE SURGERY EXPLAINED
PAIN CONTROL AFTER MICROSCOPIC SPINE SURGERY
REHABILITATION AFTER SPINE SURGERY AT THE MINIMUS INSTITUTE
The Cervical Spine
These two videos illustrate the common techniques I use for herniated cervical discs and cervical spinal stenosis.
ANTERIOR CERVICAL MICROFORAMINOTOMY
CERVICAL DISC REPLACEMENT
The Lumbar Spine
These three videos illustrate how I perform microscopic spine surgery for herniated discs in the lumbar spine.
HOW TO MAKE THE RIGHT DECISION ABOUT SPINE SURGERY
OUTPATIENT MICROSCOPIC DISK SURGERY IN MONTEREY, CALIFORNIA
MRI SCAN OF THE LUMBAR SPINE