Lumbar Microdiscectomy Surgery

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Clearwater, Florida (in metro area Tampa, FL)
Microdiscectomy, lumbar (lower) spine   (Outpatient)
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$9,200
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Microdiscectomy - laminotomy (hemilaminectomy), with decompression of nerve root(s), including partial facetectomy, foraminotomy and/or excision of herniated intervertebral disc; one interspace, lumbar (including open or endoscopically-assisted approach)

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New York, New York (in metro area New York, NY)
Lumbar discectomy, single level   (Outpatient)
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$10,500
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An effective non-surgical treatment for those experiencing back pain as a result of a herniated disc. This needle based procedure requires no incision and uses a local anesthetic to numb the skin down to the nerves. The physician slides a needle through the skin and contrast solution is injected so the physician can use an fluoroscopic guidance to visualize the affected areas and assure correct placement of the needle. Next, a small instrument equipped with a probe, known as a cannula, is inserted into the herniated disc. The excess disc material is evacuated through the cannula, reducing the size of the disc. This reduction in disc size decompresses the surrounding spinal nerves and alleviates pain. Lumbar percutaneous discectomy is performed as an outpatient procedure using a non-surgical approach at Regency Healthcare's state of the art surgical practice. Patients will not need to stay overnight and will be able to leave the surgical practice the same day. Depending upon the severity of the condition, more than one level of the spine may need to be treated.

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New York, New York (in metro area New York, NY)
Lumbar endoscopic discectomy, single level   (Outpatient)
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$14,400
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A minimally invasive procedure used to treat chronic back pain as a result of a herniated disc or annular tear. The physician slides a needle through the skin, and contrast solution is injected so the physician can use fluoroscopic guidance to visualize the herniated disc and assure correct placement of the endoscopic camera. A small incision (usually less than one inch) is made at the level of the herniated disc. Next, a small tube equipped with a camera, known as an endoscope, is inserted into the incision. Once the herniated disc(s) have been visualized, small surgical tools are inserted through the tube and remove portions of the herniated disc that are compressing the spinal nerves. This decompressing of the spinal nerves relieves the chronic back pain as a result of spinal nerve irritation. The incision is then closed with either a stitch or sterile strip.

Lumbar endoscopic discectomy is performed as an outpatient procedure at Regency Healthcare’s state of the art surgical practice. Patients will not need to stay overnight and will be able to leave the surgical practice the same day. Depending upon the severity of the condition, more than one level of the spine may need to be treated.

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Galena, Kansas (in metro area Joplin, MO)
Microdiscectomy   (Outpatient)
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$8,900
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Galena, Kansas (in metro area Joplin, MO)
Microdiscectomy with annular repair   (Outpatient)
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$10,900
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Galena, Kansas (in metro area Joplin, MO)
Microdiscectomy with annular repair and additional level laminectomy or discectomy   (Outpatient)
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$13,900
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Galena, Kansas (in metro area Joplin, MO)
Microdiscectomy, with additional level laminectomy or discectomy   (Outpatient)
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$11,900
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Scottsdale, Arizona (in metro area Phoenix, AZ)
Microdiscectomy   (Outpatient)
Pricing Details
$7,300
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Microdiscectomy

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Microdiscectomy   (Outpatient)
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$8,855
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Seneca, South Carolina (in metro area Seneca, SC)
Lumbar microdiscectomy   (Outpatient)
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$8,000
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