Minimally Invasive Stabilization (Spinal Fusion)

What is a Spinal Fusion?

A minimally invasive stabilization, also known as a spinal fusion, provides neck and back pain relief by removing or limiting motion between the vertebrae in the spine. If the spine is arthritic, or unstable due to injury, disease, or the normal aging process, a spinal fusion allows the bones to heal together in a “welding process”. This minimally invasive stabilization procedure restores stability, eliminates painful motion, and can be performed either in the lumbar (back) or cervical (neck) areas of the spine.

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What symptoms or conditions can a spinal fusion treat?

Conditions we treat include:

Degenerative disc disease




Spinal stenosis


Spinal Instability


Arthritis of the spine


Herniated discs


Spinal Cord Compression


Failed back syndrome


How is a spinal fusion performed?

Although minimally invasive stabilization procedures have been performed for decades, every doctor has a unique, preferred approach for their patient’s pain. At Physician Partners of America, we perform spinal fusions in an outpatient setting,  utilizing the most advanced, minimally invasive approach for maximum relief.

Spinal Fusion procedures, based on a patient’s needs, may include:

You do not have to live with pain

Whether it is sciatica, spinal stenosis, degenerative disc disease, or any other spine condition that is causing you pain, we have the answers to your problems. Our physicians are trained to diagnose, manage, and treat a wide range of spinal conditions.

Our focus has been and will continue to be providing individualized care designed to address your personal needs. It is never acceptable to live with pain. Pain robs your life of joy and robs your life of meaning. Nothing is more important at Physician Partners of America than helping you get back to a pain-free life.

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