Endoscopic Spine Surgery Pros And Cons

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

(Hackettstown, NJ) Dr. Carl Spivak, a Back Surgeon NJ, proudly announces he has joined Horizon NJ TotalCare (HMO SNP). Doing so allows Dr. Spivak to treat more patients and provide them with the help they need to live the highest quality of life achievable. He specializes in minimally invasive endoscopic spine surgery and is one of a few neurosurgeons in the state experienced in both this technique and interventional pain management. As a result, he brings a unique perspective to each case, one that help him determine the optimal treatment for the individual patient.

"Endoscopic spine surgery offers numerous benefits over traditional back surgery. First and foremost, patients find their recovery time is minimized and they experience less pain following the procedure. Numerous factors play a role in this, but patients may find they are able to return home the same day. The extent of the surgery and the
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In fact, in many cases, the incision is no bigger than the dime in terms of size. Patients find they no longer must deal with large scars to obtain the relief they need, and only one of the many options available today.

"Visit Laser Spine Surgery New Jersey to learn more. From spinal injections to endoscopic surgery, this is a treatment for everyone dealing with back pain. Contact us today to schedule your appointment, and we'll be happy to help you determine which option is right for you," Dr. Spivak announces.

About Executive Spine Surgery:

Executive Spine Surgery takes a multidisciplinary approach to spinal disorders combining the best of conservative and operative treatment. The practice offers a full range of surgical treatments and every effort is made to provide clients with the least invasive, cutting-edge surgical techniques.

MEDIA CONTACT

Dr. Carl Spivak
657 Willow Grove St Ste 402 Hackettstown, NJ 07840
800-494-6914

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