LOS ANGELES, March 12 Persistent back pain can be absolutely unbearable. Back pain interferes with daily life as well as with a person's enjoyment of life; from sports and traveling to playing with children and grandchildren, spinal health is a critical key to remaining mobile. For people who have tried all other back pain treatment options with little or no result, Orthopedic Spine Surgery is an inevitable course of treatment. Orthopedic spine surgery can provide relief from back pain for a number of different ailments including herniated discs, pinched spinal nerves, sciatica, osteoporosis and bone spurs. However, traditional orthopedic spine surgery required a risky, invasive operation accompanied by a dismal success rate. One local Los Angeles doctor knew there was a better way, and worked for the past twenty years on pioneering a new and vastly improved orthopedic spine surgery technique - Universal Endoscopic Laser Discectomy, by Dr. Rezaian. Thanks to Dr. Rezaian's successful results with laser Orthopedic Spine Surgery, patients no longer have to suffer extreme pain and risk to undergo spinal surgery. With the traditional open back method of orthopedic spine surgery, patients were required to undergo general anesthesia, endured a very invasive procedure with massive scarring and tissue trauma, and suffered for months following surgery through a slow recovery. What's worse, many patients who underwent traditional, open back Orthopedic Spine Surgery did not experience a very impressive improvement in their back pain post surgery. By combining the extreme precision and power of laser technology with laparoscopic technology, Dr. Rezaian's new method for performing orthopedic spine surgery is the new, preferred way to treat persistent, prolonged back pain. The Universal Endoscopic Laser Discectomy orthopedic spine surgery can be performed under local anesthesia, meaning that the patient is awake during the surgery. This eliminates the potential risks associated with general anesthesia, as well as the common uncomfortable feelings many patients experience when waking up from general anesthesia. Patients can return home the same day and will often recover in as little as five days. Dr. Rezaian has treated thousands of patients' back pain with the laser orthopedic surgery with outstanding success rates that far surpass traditional open back orthopedic spine surgery. For more information, please call 310-289-1991 or visit http://www.laserbacksurgery.com
SOURCE California Orthopaedic Medical Clinic, Inc.