Information About Surgical Procedures

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Spinal decompression helps to relieve pressure and obstructions from spinal nerve roots in order to alleviate pain and discomfort.

A discectomy procedure is provided to treat herniated discs that are putting pressure on the spinal nerves by removing disc fragments.

360-spinal fusion surgery addresses both the anterior and posterior sides of the spine for full (360 degrees) treatment of complicated injuries.

This surgery is performed by Dr. Carll to treat and straighten the spines of seriously injured patients following traumatic spinal cord injuries.

This surgical procedure involves the surgical implantation of a stimulating device that helps to interfere with pain messages sent to the brain.

This open-spine surgical procedure is utilized by Dr. Carll to address the underlying cause of compromised stability in a patient's damaged spine.

In certain scoliosis cases, patients will require surgical fusion in order to straighten their spines to prevent further curvature and back pain.

This surgical procedure involves removing the damaged disc and replacing it with a new, synthetic disc to help you regain mobility and decrease pain.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.