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Impressive technological advancements in recent years have made minimally-invasive spine surgery a reality for many patients. Today, it’s possible to surgically treat your condition with minimally invasive spine surgery and without the lengthy incision, muscle damage, and extensive recovery period associated with traditional open surgery.

Minimally Invasive Spinal Surgery | Long Island Spine Specialists

Minimally Invasive Spinal Surgery | Long Island Spine Specialists


  • Smaller incisions
  • Less blood loss
  • Easier recovery
  • Shorter hospital stay
  • Quicker return to normal routine


A lumbar disc microsurgery is done to remove a herniated disc in the lower back that is compressing your nerves and causing sciatica.

The procedure will begin with one of our Long Island spine surgeons creating a small incision directly over the herniated disc. Through that opening, we will use a microscope to visualize the disc and the associated pinched nerve root. We will then gently move the spinal nerve aside and remove just the herniated portion of the disc – preserving the rest of the structure.


This procedure is a form of minimally-invasive neck surgery. It involves removing a damaged disc to relieve pressure on the spinal cord and nerve roots, to help decrease any associated pain, weakness, numbness, and tingling.

To begin, one of our Long Island spine surgeons will create a small incision in the front of the neck and access the spine through careful dissection through the neck. We will then create an incision in the outer layer of the disc, allowing us to remove the soft, inner core.

Once the disc has been removed, we will perform the fusion portion of the procedure. This involves placing a bone graft where the spinal disc used to be located to prevent the space from collapsing. Eventually, bone will grow to permanently fuse the upper and lower vertebrae together. We will also affix a small metal plate to the front of the bones to provide stability throughout the healing process.

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Percutaneous pedicle screw instrumentation is done to provide stability and fusion when treating a number of spinal pathologies, including trauma, tumors, deformities, degenerative diseases, and more.

The procedure is done under CT guidance for maximum accuracy. To begin, our surgeons will create a small incision at the level of where the screw is to be placed.

From there, we will insert cannulated needles into the center of the pedicle where the screw will go. We will then replace the needles with a k-wire, a cannulated pedicle screw, and a rod to stabilize the area.


The YESS discectomy is a new minimally-invasive spine surgery that is done to remove herniated disc material.

To begin, we will insert a guide wire to the affected disc under X-ray guidance. From there, we will insert a small tube and an endoscope, which is attached to a surgical light and camera. This allows our spine specialists to visualize the surgical site without a lengthy incision.

Using tiny instruments, we remove the disc material that is herniated or degenerative, which will help to decrease your symptoms while ensuring that the spine remains stable.


This procedure is done to treat degenerative disc disease and/or nerve compression. It’s a fusion surgery that involves joining two or more vertebrae together with a bone graft to create a stronger and more stable spine. In most cases, we will also place screws and rods to maintain the spine’s new position and ensure a successful fusion.

In the past, interbody fusion procedures were done as open surgery, with a long incision along the middle of the back. This technique was associated with substantial trauma to the spinal muscles and tissue, along with a lengthy recovery period of several weeks or months.

The minimally-invasive approach is vastly different. It involves inserting a small tube through the skin until it reaches the spine. The entire procedure is done inside the tube using tiny surgical instruments – resulting in a smaller incision, less trauma, and a quicker recovery period.

Practice Policy Update Regarding COVID-19

Dear Patients:

Our patients, employees and family are our top priority at Long Island Spine Specialists, P.C.

We ask you to not visit any of our locations if you have symptoms such as fever, sneezing, coughing and possible shortness of breath.

Please cancel your appointment and re-schedule once you are feeling better and are no longer suffering with symptoms.

Only non-symptomatic patients will be seen. No exceptions.

Accompanying family members – including children – are asked to remain in the waiting area and will not be allowed to enter the exam rooms.

During this time of high concern regarding the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) we are taking extra precautions to maintain the highest possible standards of safety and cleanliness. Please be advised that we are carefully following recommendations from both the CDC and WHO and are here to help guide you through this time if needed.

Some steps we are taking to keeping safe:

  1. We know how important cleanliness is and always maintain the highest standards of cleanliness. To further offer you peace of mind, we have increased the frequency of the cleaning of our office.
  2. Rest assured that hand washing is strictly followed. Hand sanitizer is available to all staff and patients.
  3. Additionally, if you have recently traveled to a country with high rates of the coronavirus or have been on a cruise, please reschedule your visit for at least 14 days from your return date. We will gladly accommodate your needs to reschedule. At that time, a telehealth interface can be arranged if necessary.

Find up-to-date and accurate information on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website and feel free to reach out with questions.

- Your team at Long Island Spine Specialists, P.C.

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