Arizona’s Leaders in Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery
Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery and Image Guidance Spine Surgery is the Strength and Passion of the Arizona Brain and Spine Center, based in Scottsdale, Arizona.
There is no doubt that the thought of undergoing a spinal procedure can be daunting. Concerns regarding length of hospital stay, level of pain after surgery, size of incision, recovery time and when someone can return to normal daily activities and work are all common among patients considering spine surgery. At the Arizona Brain and Spine Center our highly skilled surgeons realize that such concerns can be very stressful and overwhelming. Using state-of-the-art technology and advanced surgical techniques, they have successfully managed various conditions of the spine through minimally invasive approaches and image guidance technology.
As opposed to open spine surgery, minimally invasive spine surgery employs surgical approaches and techniques that minimize trauma to the muscles and soft tissues, thus, allowing for shorter hospital stay, less recovery time and faster return to daily activities and work!
Our surgeons have extensive training and experience in Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery(MISS). The advantages of minimally invasive spine surgery techniques are extensive-small incision, minimum tissue trauma and blood loss, shorter surgery, fast recovery and return to work/life, no need for bracing, improved overall outcomes and long-term benefits to you, the patient. Many may be candidates for minimally invasive spine surgery.
We offer exceptional care and treatment options for a wide range of spinal and neurological disorders, which affect the brain, spine, nerves, spinal cord and peripheral nerves. We treat patients in Scottsdale, Tempe, Mesa, Chandler, Gilbert, and the greater Phoenix area.
“When patients come back for follow-up exams, I’m always amazed at the difference a minimally invasive spine surgery approach can make in getting them comfortably back to life.” – Dr. Yusupov
The use of a “GPS” technology in Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery has increased the accuracy of screws and instrumentation placement, increased the safety of spine procedures, revolutionized the field of minimally invasive spine surgery, reduced operative time and decreased radiation exposure to patients and surgical team!
Much like a GPS system in an automobile, this technology can track in real-time the exact positions of various instruments and tools used for spine surgery. This in return can result in higher accuracy for screws placement and can increase the overall safety of minimally invasive spine surgery.
“The most important aspect of my patient encounter is to educate them about their condition and explain things in such a simple way they could easily explain them to others.” – Dr. Abdulhamid
AZBSC Surgeons & Staff
My husband had surgery done by this Doctor. He has suffered for 8 plus years and last 2 has had very little quality of life.. This Place is 5 STAR!!!! Would highly recommend it. Neurosurgeon is definitely the way to go. He has been to a dozen Orthopedic surgeons over the years and no one would touch him. He is about...
Nowhere in the world could I have found anyone better to perform my back surgery! It is like a miracle that now I have my life back and can enjoy each day with little or no pain! After years of suffering from the worst pain imaginable! I went from one doctor to another and all they could offer me was a series of lumbar injections...
My conversations with Lucy were informative and helpful, and I felt at ease when I met the woman at the reception desk, (can’t remember her name), she was very nice. My nurse, Jonathan was very compassionate and understanding. I felt at ease with him. The anesthesiologist was very nice and informative also.Asked me a lot of questions before the surgery....
I am a 67 year old male and was experiencing severe pain in the right hip, down the right leg, some pain in the left leg, and muscle spasms in the right leg. It was very difficult to sit, sleep, get in and out of a vehicle, or even tie my shoes. I was refered to Dr. Yusupov who...