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New Center in Arizona Caters to Western U.S. Spine Patients
Date:10/7/2008

Dedicated to serve western U.S. patients, Laser Spine Institute proudly opened the doors to an innovative office-based surgical center in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Tampa, FL (PRWEB) October 7, 2008 -- Dedicated to serve western U.S. patients, Laser Spine Institute (LSI) as manager for Michael W. Perry, M.D. P.C. proudly opened the doors to an innovative office-based surgical center in Scottsdale, Arizona. On September 2, 2008, the ribbon-cutting ceremony marked a milestone for LSI expanding into a managed facility in the western part of the country.

The dedicated team of compassionate and capable professionals led by Dr. Michael C. Weiss and Michael W. Perry, M.D enjoyed observing patients walk back into the office for post-surgery appointments with open arms and big smiles during the first full month of operation.

The team has already helped many patients by performing minimally invasive endoscopic spine surgery at the new Scottsdale location. In support of the opening, LSI President Trey Traviesa said, "Our west coast plans are in recognition of the need for safer, less invasive endoscopic spine surgery solutions and in response to thousands of west coast inquiries seeking a world-class local provider of this innovative alternative to traditional open back and neck surgery."

Surgical candidates receive a complete evaluation, medical history review and surgical consultation at the convenient and medically advanced office-based surgery center. LSI's managed center also provides imaging, pain management and physical therapy through an outsourced network of medical professionals that deliver the same high quality service as the Michael W. Perry, M.D. team.

About Laser Spine Institute:
Laser Spine Institute (LSI) offers a successful alternative to traditional open back and neck surgeries. The orthopedic surgeons at LSI can correct painful ailments with endoscopic outpatient spine procedures. Chronic pain that stems from pinched nerves, herniated discs, bulging discs, degenerative disc disease, spinal stenosis, foraminal stenosis, spinal arthritis, bone spurs, scar tissue and failed open back or neck surgery can be alleviated with LSI's minimally invasive approach.

Potential candidates with back and neck pain can visit http://www.LaserSpineInstitute.com or call toll free 1-866-853-6191 for more information on outpatient, minimally invasive endoscopic spine surgery and upcoming seminars in cities across the United States.

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