Minimally Invasive Fusion Surgery

Minimally invasive techniques – maximum pain relief.

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Minimally Invasive
Fusion Surgery

Providing a Refined Approach to Complex Conditions

Minimally invasive spine fusion surgery is an advanced surgical technique that utilizes small incision sand specialized instruments to access the spine and perform spinal fusion procedures with minimal disruption to surrounding tissue. This approach to spinal fusion offers several benefits over traditional open surgery, including reduced blood loss, shorter hospital stays, and faster recovery times. The procedure can be used to treat a range of spinal conditions, such as degenerative disc disease, spinal stenosis, spondylolisthesis, and spinal instability. With minimally invasive spine fusion surgery, patients can experience less pain and a faster return to their daily activities. In addition, this approach can often be performed on an outpatient basis, allowing patients to return home the same day as their surgery. This procedure might not be appropriate for all patients, and the decision to undergo this procedure should be made after careful evaluation by a qualified spine surgeon. As with any surgical procedure, there are risks and potential complications associated with minimally invasive spinal fusion surgery, including infection, bleeding, and nerve damage.

Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion (Intervertebral Spacer)

Minimally-Invasive TLIF (Transforaminal Lumbar Interbody Fusion)

Conditions Treated

Spinal Stenosis

Degenerative Disc Disease

The natural breakdown and deterioration of spinal discs, leading to pain and decreased mobility in the spine.

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Spinal Stenosis
Disk Herniation

Cervical Myelopathy

Compression or injury to the spinal cord in the neck region, resulting in symptoms like neck pain, weakness, loss of coordination, and difficulty with fine motor skills.

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Disc Herniation

Spinal Stenosis

Narrowing of the spinal canal, typically due to degenerative changes or bone overgrowth, leading to compression of the spinal cord or nerves and causing pain, numbness, and weakness.

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Neurogenic Claudication


The forward slippage of one vertebra over another, often causing instability and leading to symptoms such as back pain, leg pain, and difficulty walking.

Neurogenic Claudication
Disc Herniation

Spinal Instability

Abnormal movement or lack of stability between vertebrae, which can result from various conditions and lead to pain, limited mobility, and an increased risk of further damage to the spine.

Neurogenic Claudication

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What Our Patients Say



Dr. Abdulhamid’s technical skills, professionalism and skill in communicating with the patient are of the highest order. After Randy’s surgery, Dr. A came out from surgery and spent time explaining the surgery to me (Randy’s wife). A very much appreciated the amount of quality time he spent with me even though I knew had other surgeries to attend.


This has been fantastic! Dr. A explained everything to me and really took his time to make sure I understood the surgery. A+!


Your office and staff were amazing. Dr. A and his assistant are also amazing. I feel very fortunate to have had a very good doctor as well as assistant. Thank you Dr. A very much. I felt so comfortable as Im deathly afraid of being put to sleep and Dr. A and his assistant were very understanding and compassionate.


Excellent experience with Dr. A! Explained everything thoroughly, followed up after surgery to check on me. Did an excellent job on my back.