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Surgery

 

Why Minimally

Invasive Surgery?
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Why Minimally Invasive Surgery?
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Surgery is a big decision, no matter the procedure. It can be scary and not knowing all the options available can be stressful. Here at BEST we uphold a patient-first care model and understand the importance of patient education, especially when considering surgery.


General Surgery

At BEST, we offer a number of surgical procedures. We strongly advocate for minimally invasive surgery but understand that this is not always an option. We make sure that no matter whether the surgery is traditional or minimally invasive, we provide our patients with the best care possible and make sure the procedure is specific to their condition and needs.

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What We Offer

At BEST we perform minimally invasive spine surgery with a 1-inch incision, roughly the length of a quarter. Minimally Invasive surgery is a microsurgical procedure completed with more sophisticated instrumentation and refined techniques in comparison to traditional surgery.

Patients return home the same day of their surgery, have shorter recovery times, have less pain and damage to muscles. Because all surgeries take place in an ASC setting instead of a hospital, infection rates are averaged at .01% versus hospital stays that have infection rates at 1%.

What We Offer

At BEST we perform minimally invasive spine surgery with a 1-inch incision, roughly the length of a quarter. Minimally Invasive surgery is a microsurgical procedure completed with more sophisticated instrumentation and refined techniques in comparison to traditional surgery.

Patients return home the same day of their surgery, have shorter recovery times, have less pain and damage to muscles. Because all surgeries take place in an ASC setting instead of a hospital, infection rates are averaged at .01% versus hospital stays that have infection rates at 1%.

Minimally Invasive Spine Procedures
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Anterior Cervical Discectomy Fusion

Neck surgery that involves removing a damaged disc to relieve spinal cord or nerve root pressure and alleviate corresponding pain, weakness, numbness, and tingling.

Cervical Disc Replacement

Surgery that involves removing a diseased cervical disc and replacing it with an artificial disc.

Decompression With Interlaminar Stabilization

An operation that shaves parts of your spine’s bone, as well as thickened ligaments and joint surfaces.

Discectomy

The removal of degenerated or herniated discs from the spine.

 

Facet Thermal Ablation

Lasers are used to cut and remove the nerves that cause pain in facet joints using a minimally invasive technique.

 

Foraminotomy

A surgical procedure that enlarges the area around one of the bones in your spinal column.

Kyphoplasty

Minimally invasive surgery used to treat fractures in the bones of the spine.

 

Laminotomy

Surgical removal of part or most of a spinal bone called the lamina.

 

Lateral Lumbar Interbody Fusion

Welding process used to correct small bones in the spine.

Pain Pump Implant

​​Injects small doses of medication directly into the spinal cord.

 

Posterior Cervical Fusion

The surgical joining of two or more cervical spine vertebrae using a posterior (back of the neck) incision.

 

 

Radiofrequency Ablation

Perform a nerve block injection to precisely determine the location of the nerve that is causing the painful symptoms. With the help of an X-ray device, a surgeon will inject a temporary numbing agent into the selected area.

 

 

SI Joint Fusion

​​ By using bone grafts and/or instruments, the sacroiliac joint is fused into an immobile unit.

 

Spinal Cord Stimulator

A surgically implanted device that sends low levels of electric pulses to the spinal cord to relieve pain.

 

 

Transforaminal Lumbar Interbody Fusion

Surgery to remove an intervertebral disc and join two or more spinal bones together using screws and a cage.

 

 

 

Minimally Invasive Orthopaedic Procedures
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Acromioplasty Of The Shoulder

Surgery that removes bone from the top of the shoulder blade.

 

Resurfacing Hemiarthroplasty

Resurfacing hemiarthroplasty can help restore function to the joint if the shoulder socket is relatively intact.

 

Shoulder Arthroscopy

A minimally invasive procedure involving the use of an arthroscope to view into the joint of the body while preventing the disruption of surrounding tissue.

 

Stemmed Hemiarthroplasty

The goal of a hemiarthroplasty is to relieve pain and restore as much function as possible in the shoulder and arm.

 

Torn Rotator Cuff Repair

The goal is to access the shoulder and fully or partially reattach the torn soft tissue to the bone.

 

Total Shoulder Replacement

A minimally invasive procedure that involves heating a painful nerve in the spine, hips, knees, or elsewhere in the body to prevent it from sending pain signals to the brain.

 

Upper Extremity Procedures
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Carpal And Cubital Tunnel Release

A surgeon cuts through the ligament that is pressing down on the carpal tunnel making more room for the median nerve and tendons to improve function.

 

Dupuytren’s Release

Surgically remove the tissue in the palm affected by the disease.

 

Elbow And Wrist Arthroscopy

A surgical procedure that allows the patient to gain mobility upon the site of surgery.

 

Trigger Finger Release

The procedure involves making a small incision in your palm and releasing the tendon sheath tunnel.

 

Lower Extremity Procedures
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Bunionectomy

A surgeon will realign the toe and reposition the soft tissue.

 

 

Hammertoe Plasty

A surgeon removes bone and/or connective tissue to straighten out the joint.

 

Peroneal Nerve Release Of The Knee

A surgeon will separate the entrapped nerve and use fluid to decompress the nerve and release the pain.

 

 

Tarsal Tunnel Release

A surgeon will identify the structure causing decompression and divide it until it is released.

 

Knee Procedures
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ACL Repair

A surgeon will remove the damaged piece of ligament and use soft tissue to repair it.

 

 

Knee Arthroscopy

A surgeon uses an arthroscope, a flexible tube with a camera, to see the joint during removal procedures.

 

 

Meniscus Repair

A surgeon will repair the meniscus and/or remove a small piece of damaged meniscus disrupting movement.

 

 

Total Knee Replacement Or Arthroplasty

A surgeon replaced the knee joint with a prosthetic.

 

 

Hip Procedures
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Partial Hip Replacement

The ball of the hip will be removed and replaced with a prosthesis femur.

 

 

 

Total Hip Replacement

The ball and socket of a hip will be removed and replaced with artificial implants.

 

 

Anterior Cervical Discectomy Fusion

Neck surgery that involves removing a damaged disc to relieve spinal cord or nerve root pressure and alleviate corresponding pain, weakness, numbness, and tingling.

Cervical Disc Replacement

Surgery that involves removing a diseased cervical disc and replacing it with an artificial disc.

Decompression With Interlaminar Stabilization

An operation that shaves parts of your spine’s bone, as well as thickened ligaments and joint surfaces.

Discectomy

The removal of degenerated or herniated discs from the spine.

Facet Thermal Ablation

Lasers are used to cut and remove the nerves that cause pain in facet joints using a minimally invasive technique.

Foraminotomy

A surgical procedure that enlarges the area around one of the bones in your spinal column.

Kyphoplasty

Minimally invasive surgery used to treat fractures in the bones of the spine.

Laminotomy

Surgical removal of part or most of a spinal bone called the lamina.

Pain Pump Implant

​​Injects small doses of medication directly into the spinal cord.

Posterior Cervical Fusion

The surgical joining of two or more cervical spine vertebrae using a posterior (back of the neck) incision.

Radiofrequency Ablation

Perform a nerve block injection to precisely determine the location of the nerve that is causing the painful symptoms. With the help of an X-ray device, a surgeon will inject a temporary numbing agent into the selected area.

Acromioplasty Of The Shoulder

Surgery that removes bone from the top of the shoulder blade.

Resurfacing Hemiarthroplasty

Resurfacing hemiarthroplasty can help restore function to the joint if the shoulder socket is relatively intact.

 

Shoulder Arthroscopy
A minimally invasive procedure involving the use of an arthroscope to view into the joint of the body while preventing the disruption of surrounding tissue.
Stemmed Hemiarthroplasty
The goal of a hemiarthroplasty is to relieve pain and restore as much function as possible in the shoulder and arm.
Torn Rotator Cuff Repair
The goal is to access the shoulder and fully or partially reattach the torn soft tissue to the bone.
Total Shoulder Replacement
A minimally invasive procedure that involves heating a painful nerve in the spine, hips, knees, or elsewhere in the body to prevent it from sending pain signals to the brain.
Carpal And Cubital Tunnel Release
A surgeon cuts through the ligament that is pressing down on the carpal tunnel making more room for the median nerve and tendons to improve function.
Dupuytren’s Release
Surgically remove the tissue in the palm affected by the disease.
Elbow And Wrist Arthroscopy
A surgical procedure that allows the patient to gain mobility upon the site of surgery.
Trigger Finger Release
The procedure involves making a small incision in your palm and releasing the tendon sheath tunnel.
Bunionectomy
A surgeon will realign the toe and reposition the soft tissue.
Hammertoe Plasty
A surgeon removes bone and/or connective tissue to straighten out the joint.
Peroneal Nerve Release Of The Knee
A surgeon will separate the entrapped nerve and use fluid to decompress the nerve and release the pain.
Tarsal Tunnel Release
A surgeon will identify the structure causing decompression and divide it until it is released.
ACL Repair
A surgeon will remove the damaged piece of ligament and use soft tissue to repair it.
Knee Arthroscopy
A surgeon uses an arthroscope, a flexible tube with a camera, to see the joint during removal procedures.
Meniscus Repair
A surgeon will repair the meniscus and/or remove a small piece of damaged meniscus disrupting movement.
Total Knee Replacement Or Arthroplasty
A surgeon replaced the knee joint with a prosthetic.
Partial Hip Replacement
The ball of the hip will be removed and replaced with a prosthesis femur.
Total Hip Replacement
The ball and socket of a hip will be removed and replaced with artificial implants.

If you have been told you have a spine or orthopaedic condition that will need surgery, contact us today to learn about how minimally invasive surgery may be the right fit for you.

BEST Surgery & Therapies focuses on minimally invasive procedures for spine and orthopaedic relief. If you’re living with back, neck, hip or knee pain, minimally invasive spine procedure treatment options are available.

With an increasing number of surgical cases safely migrating to the outpatient setting, BEST Surgery & Therapies looks forward to providing patients with high-quality, lower-cost care. Minimally invasive surgery with BEST Surgery & Therapies relies on the latest technology and techniques in the field to perform the least invasive surgical procedure for the body to recover from.

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