Specialists at Renova Spine Care now offer micro-invasive techniques known as AccuCision® Spine to treat painful back and neck conditions such as herniated discs, pinched nerves, spinal stenosis, degenerative disc disease, and spondylosis. Renova’s AccuCision method uses special instruments and hyper-targeting tools to minimize incision size and tissue disruption for significantly less postoperative pain, scarring, and rapid recovery. Surgeons are even able to treat different spinal conditions on an out-patient basis, so patients can go home the same day.
Dr. Michael Hennessy, a spine surgeon partnering with Renova, explains that while some spine doctors claim to provide minimally-invasive procedures, many of those procedures fail to effectively minimize incision size and tissue disruption. “Many so-called ‘minimally-invasive’ spine procedures involve several incisions that dissect soft tissue like muscle fibers or blood vessels and can also damage ligaments,” Dr. Hennessy explains. “Ultimately, these procedures can still damage the surrounding tissue structure resulting in significant blood loss, permanent muscle weakness, or prolonged and painful recovery periods like traditional open surgery.”
Renova’s board-certified, fellowship-trained specialists share a commitment to personalized care and the use of conservative treatment and minimally-invasive procedures whenever possible. Dr. Hennessy says that this commitment unites all of Renova’s physicians across multiple specialties. “Renova’s philosophy has always been about helping each patient alleviate their pain and restoring normal function as safely and quickly as possible. The AccuCision methods have been extremely important in helping us fulfill this mission.”
To find out if you are a candidate for the AccuCision spine procedure, go to RenovaSpineCare.com and schedule an appointment with one of Renova’s spine specialists.
Renova Health is a leading provider of board-certified, fellowship-trained spine and orthopedic surgeons and specialists focused on delivering minimally-invasive treatments for pain relief from spinal, hand, and foot conditions.