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Podcast: Sciubba Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery

Neurosurgeon Dan Sciubba, M.D., talks about the advantages of endoscopic spine surgery ...

Date: 05/24/2011

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Neurosurgeon Dan Sciubba, M.D., talks about the advantages of endoscopic spine surgery and for whom it's appropriate.

Program Notes

0:10   Minimally invasive spine surgery
1:02   Endoscopic surgery sometimes involves
2:07   Use things like navigation in the brain and spine
3:02   Stabilize without exposing so much
4:01   Smaller, safer way to go through the front of the body
5:02   Often get back to normal function sooner
6:09   Someone who can take both approaches
7:01   Osteoporosis makes surgery complicated
8:01   Even scoliosis can be treated this way
9:04   The good news is it’s becoming more prevalent
10:05 End


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