Surgeons and patients alike are flocking to minimally invasive spine surgery as the premier approach to fixing spinal conditions. Discover 5 conditions that are treated via minimally invasive spine surgery.
During a minimally invasive spine surgery procedure, your neurosurgeon will make a small incision in your back or your side to access the part of your spine that is suffering.
Although there is overlap between what a neurologist and neurosurgeon treat, there are several differences between the two. Allow us to explain the difference.
The Mazor X technology is primarily used for spine surgery. This technology is innovative and minimally invasive, which reduces operative time and accelerates recovery time.
We are very excited to announce that Georgia Neurosurgical Institute has invested in the Mazor X Stealth™ Edition Robotic Guidance Platform for our Outpatient Surgery Center.
Carpal tunnel syndrome is relatively common, which means that many people have heard stories and information about this condition. However, not all the information is true! Allow us to dispel three carpal tunnel syndrome myths so you can take action if needed.
Have you made your 2019 New Year’s resolutions, yet? Before you top off the list, make sure to consider a resolution to improve your brain health. We don’t want to add anymore on your to-do list for the year; so, you can simply eliminate these bad habits to ensure a healthy and happy brain: