Reginald J. Davis, M.D., FAANS, FACS, Director of Clinical Research at Tampa, Fla.-based Laser Spine Institute, discusses his study about minimally invasive spine surgery and where the minimally invasive spine field is headed.View article
As an ambulatory surgical center practice with multiple locations nationwide, Laser Spine Institute has the accumulated data needed to properly evaluate outcomes. Earlier this year, Laser Spine Institute released a research analysis that sorted through the results of 500 patients who were treated for lumbar spinal stenosis.
To learn more about the study, Surgical Products interviewed Reginald J. Davis, MD, FAANS, FACS, the director of Clinical Research at Laser Spine Institute.View article
Becker’s ASC Review recently named several Laser Spine Institute leaders, under the age of 40, “rising stars” for their impacts on the ambulatory surgery center industry.View article
Laser Spine Institute’s minimally invasive neck and back procedures are performed in an outpatient ambulatory setting, so there is no need for an overnight hospital stay. Patients stay in partnered hotels near Laser Spine Institute facilities that are specially equipped for care, like in Tampa where the company is also headquartered.
It doesn’t matter what’s happening in Tampa. During events like a big convention or the College Football Playoff Championship game, Laser Spine Institute’s patients are taken care of.
Read more from the Tampa Bay Times on how Laser Spine Institute has a significant impact on the local economy.View article
Ringing in the New Year doesn’t have to end when the celebrations and champagne do.
Dr. Jeffrey Langmaid, a chiropractor at Laser Spine Institute, offers seven tips to help your patients’s achieve optimal back health in 2017.
Staying healthy and avoiding back pain is perhaps the most important resolution your patients can make. This time of year can provide your practice with a prime promotional platform to educate them about back health, while elevating your brand in the process.View article
A new research analysis released recently by Laser Spine Institute, the leader in minimally invasive spine surgery, cites surgical outcomes, proclivity to return to work and self-reported pain levels of patients who underwent outpatient minimally invasive spine surgery laminotomy foraminotomy decompression (LFD).
The report, titled Advantages of Minimally Invasive Decompression Through Laminotomy and Foraminotomy, evaluated 500 Laser Spine Institute patients suffering from lumbar spinal stenosis over a two-year period.View article
Doing chores in the winter, like shoveling your home’s driveway, can lead to spine injuries and back pain. Laser Spine Institute’s Dr. Matthew Finke helped WCPO-TV viewers in Cincinnati, Ohio with tips to safely clear away snow and take down holiday decorations.View article