One of our most common procedures is classified as minimally invasive decompression surgery. This type of surgery is often performed on patients who have a nerve compressed along their spinal cord, resulting in both local and radiating pain. While nerve compression can be caused by a number of things, it is usually a result of one of the following spine conditions that we treat at Executive Spine Surgery:

Spinal stenosis
Herniated disc
Bulging disc
Pinched nerve
Bone spurs
Sciatica
Arthritis of the spine
Facet disease
Foraminal stenosis
Annular tear