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California Surgeon (laserbacksurgery.com) Pioneers Exciting Alternative to Traditional Spinal Stenosis Treatment
Date:10/6/2009

LOS ANGELES, Oct. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Los Angeles back surgeon, Dr. Rezaian of the California Orthopedic Medical Clinic, has pioneered a less invasive method for treating Spinal Stenosis. Open back surgery used to be the only way to eliminate the bulging discs that were pinching nerves, however, recent medical advances have given patients requiring Spinal Stenosis Treatment a new glimmer of hope. Doctors have pioneered a new laser Spinal Stenosis treatment option that has tremendous benefits over the old method of open back surgery that has exciting new implications for the safety and effectiveness of the surgery.

Spinal Stenosis encompasses any narrowing of the pine that causes pinched nerves or pinched spinal column. The recommended Spinal Stenosis Treatment depends on the severity of the pain, which can range from mild to debilitating. Severe cases of Spinal Stenosis usually requires surgical intervention to remove the part of the bulging or herniated disc pressing into the delicate nerves. Traditional open back surgery to treat Spinal Stenosis requires risky general anesthesia, has a long recovery time, and results in a large visible scar. Additionally, many patients who underwent the open back surgery Spinal Stenosis treatment actually felt worse after the procedure than they did before treatment was rendered.

Knowing that there was a better way to surgically treat Spinal Stenosis, Los Angeles-based California Orthopedic Medical Clinic, Dr. Rezaian helped pioneer a new method for removing the piece of herniated disc. Known as Universal Endoscopic Laser Discectomy, the new Spinal Stenosis Treatment enabled doctors to be as minimally invasive as possible while still treating the issue. Over time, the laser Spinal Stenosis Treatment has sho
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