Personalized treatments for people with back pain and spine disorders
Minimally invasive spine surgery is a type of spinal surgery that is performed through a thin tube called an endoscope, or with the operating microscope. A series of small incisions are made to perform the surgery, as opposed to one long one.
Minimally invasive spine surgery is available at the Duke Spine Center for a number of spinal conditions, some of which include:
In most cases you will be in the hospital for a period of two to four days following minimally invasive spine surgery. Learn more about minimally invasive spine surgery recovery.
Physicians offering this service include:
This service is available at: