Back pain problems continue to rise in U.S.

March 19, 2016

The Bonati Spine Procedures, developed by Dr. Bonati, have a documented success rate of 90%. Over 40% of the patients seen at The Bonati Spine Institute, a leading spine center, are those who need back problems corrected after having previous back surgery performed at another medical facility. These patients that suffer with pain from Failed Back Surgery Syndrome now have renewed hope with The Bonati Spine Procedures.

Developed and perfected by Dr. Alfred O. Bonati, The Bonati Spine Procedures are advanced spine surgeries employing a small incision to correct problems of the lumbar, cervical and thoracic spine with patented instrumentation and methods. The patient, under local anesthesia, is alert and able to communicate with the surgeon throughout the procedure. The result of this approach is far less trauma to the muscles and tissues, minimal blood loss and faster recovery.

While the United States offers the highest standard of healthcare in the world, a vast treatment variation still exists based on the doctor??ôs experience with minimally invasive laser spine surgery and the spine center that you choose. These two important facts determine the results you will receive. Because quality of life issues are at stake, patients considering minimally invasive laser spine surgery should ask detailed questions, and perform their own due diligence, to ensure that they are making the right decisions about their medical care.

For over 28 years, The Bonati Spine Institute has been the leader in least invasive outpatient spine surgery. Alfred O. Bonati, M.D. was the first to develop and patent methods and instruments for laser spine surgery to correct problems of the cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine known as The Bonati Spine Procedures. Available only at The Bonati Spine Institute, these gentle procedures have been performed successfully more than 35,000 times to treat conditions that include spinal stenosis, arthritis of the spine, herniated discs, bulging discs and degenerative disc disease.

Source: Bonati Spine Institute