Minimally invasive spinal surgery means less post-surgical pain and a faster recovery for patients needing back surgery. At Seaside Spine Specialists in Charleston and Ladson, South Carolina, board-certified neurosurgeon Dr. Sabino DAgostino, uses the latest minimally invasive spinal surgery techniques to solve painful spinal conditions using the least invasive procedure to provide the greatest benefit. Schedule a consultation with the neurosurgeon who teaches other surgeons by calling the office today or clicking the online booking button.
Minimally invasive spinal surgery is a surgical technique that corrects spinal conditions through small incisions and specialized tools, surgical techniques, and devices. This type of surgery causes less damage to the body, resulting in less blood loss, lower risk of infection, and faster recovery.
Dr. DAgostino is a highly skilled neurosurgeon at Seaside Spine Specialists who trains other surgeons on how to diagnose and treat spinal conditions using the latest minimally invasive techniques. He aims to help you get long-term relief from your pain using the most advanced treatments available.
Because Dr. DAgostino is well-versed in conditions that affect the spine, he can consider all treatment options to determine if you’re a candidate for minimally invasive spinal surgery if you need back or neck surgery.
He performs minimally invasive spinal surgery to treat many spine conditions. Diagnosis We Treat and Services We Provide.
When patients need spine surgery, Dr. DAgostino always chooses the least invasive procedure that provides the best results.
Seaside Spine Specialists has their own outpatient surgery center, allowing Dr. DAgostino to perform many innovative minimally invasive spinal surgeries.
Dr. DAgostino focuses on using non-fusion surgery techniques whenever possible. So, instead of fusing spinal bones to stop movements that cause pain, he uses the Coflex® device, Vertiflex™ Procedure, or an artificial cervical or lumbar disc.
He also uses various surgical approaches when performing minimally invasive spinal surgery, including anterior (from the front), lateral (from the side), and posterior (from the back).
Recovery following minimally invasive spinal surgery varies and depends on the type of surgery performed and your diagnosis. However, most people recover faster from minimally invasive surgery than from traditional open surgery.
Dr. DAgostino discusses the procedure and recovery during your pre-surgical visit, so you know what to expect. Some people resume most of their daily activities within a day, while others may need to take it easy for a few weeks.
Call Seaside Spine Specialists today or schedule a minimally invasive spinal surgery consultation online.