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Don’t let your back pain go untreated! Get Endoscopic Surgery now!

Endoscopic Surgery is a minimally invasive spine surgery where a 1 inch incision is made to relieve pressure on the nerves in the cervical spine.

At Landa Spine Center, Endoscopic Surgery is necessary for patients with pinched nerves in the neck causing pain in the neck and back.

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Six Convenient Locations Serving The New Jersey Area

Old Bridge Professional Plaza

300 Perrine Rd, Suite 333

Old Bridge NJ, 08857

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Surgicare

630 E Palisade Ave

Englewood Cliffs, NJ 07632

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Barnert Medical Arts Complex

680 Broadway, Suite 204

Paterson, NJ 07514

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Elizabeth Chiropractic & Rehab

560 Newark Avenue, 2nd Floor

Elizabeth, NJ 07208

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Doctor’s Care    

901 N. Wood Avenue

Linden, NJ 07036

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Freehold NJ

4255 US Route 9, Suite5B

Freehold NJ 07728

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Procedures Dr. Joshua Landa Specializes In

Endoscopic Rhizotomy

Endoscopic rhizotomy is a minimally invasive endoscopic surgery that allows direct visualization of the medial branch nerve that supplies the facet joints in the back of the spine. The surgery takes the percutaneous RF facet denervation procedure an important step further by providing direct endoscopic visualization of the posterior spinal anatomy and nerves. An incision that is less than a quarter of an inch is made, and a camera is inserted in the spine. By cutting a section of the medial branch nerve, the pain signal is interrupted. This surgery can be performed on the cervical, thoracic, and lumbar spine. It can also be performed on the sacroiliac joint for sacroiliac joint disease.

Medial branch nerves are very small nerves that innervate the facet joints of the spine. Facet joints are the joints connecting the different vertebra of the spine to each other. The joints are present on both sides of the spine from the neck to the lower back.

  • Sedated surgery, no pain experienced
  • 7mm incision = reduced scarring
  • Speedy recovery time
       
               

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