OUTCOMES: MINIMALLY INVASIVE LUMBAR DECOMPRESSION, ENDOSCOPY ASSISTED
At the Spine Institute Northwest we strive to provide quality care to all our patients. To ensure we are providing the best possible care, we track the outcomes of all procedures done at our clinic.
We evaluate short and long term postoperative complications, the satisfaction of our patients, the effectiveness of procedures and techniques used, patients’ return to work prospective, postoperative medication dependency, perioperative data, and much more.
Data gathered is used to analyze areas that need improvement and to share the effectiveness and the safety of minimally invasive spine surgery, regenerative therapy, and other procedures done at the Spine Institute Northwest.
- 5-Year Report on complications and risk factors of endoscopic assisted lumbar surgery in an outpatient facility – Full manuscript also available from Pain Physician 2017; 20:E221-E231
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*** Abstract presented at Conference: 15th World Congress of Pain Clinicians. Florida, USA February, 2012
*** Poster presented at Conference: 15th World Congress of Pain Clinicians . Florida, USA February, 2012 Abstract: A-434-0009-00313