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Percutaneous Disc Decompression

Percutaneous Disc Decompression

Percutaneous disc decompression is a least invasive spinal surgery procedure that removes a small part of a herniated disc that is irritating a spinal nerve and causing back or leg pain. In this discectomy procedure, patients are under local anesthesia with sedation and comfortable. The skin is anesthetized with lidocaine and a small needle cannula is advanced to the herniated disc under x-ray fluoroscopy. A motorized device called Dekompressor with a rotating tip is then inserted into the cannula. When the Dekompressor is turned on, the rotating device drills and extracts out a small portion of the disc, thus decompressing the disc and relieving the affected spinal nerve. This can provide back pain relief for the patient.

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Percutaneous Disc Decompression (Stryker® Disc Dekompressor® Discectomy)

What types of conditions can Percutaneous Disc Decompression Treat?

What are the advantages of having the Percutaneous Disc Decompression?

  • Local anesthesia
  • Quick return to work and play
  • Same day procedure and return home
  • No incision and no scarring
  • Least invasive procedure
  • Restores function
  • Back pain relief
  • Reduces dependency on medication





To see if you are a good candidate for a Percutaneous Disc Decompression, take our pain evaluation questionnaire and someone from our office will follow-up with you as soon as possible.

What do we do?

Providing a thorough diagnosis to know the cause of your pain

Using the least invasive procedure that will relieve your pain quickly

Providing effective follow-up to ensure fast recovery

Ensuring that you remain fit so that you can enjoy long-term relief from pain

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