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Endoscopic Spine Surgery for Spondylosis, Disc Herniation

Endoscopic spine surgery is a minimally invasive surgical technique used to treat spinal conditions such as spondylosis and disc herniation. The procedure involves making small incisions in the back and inserting a thin, flexible endoscope equipped with a camera and light source to visualize the spinal structures.

Through the endoscope, the surgeon can remove damaged or herniated discs, or perform other procedures such as spinal fusion or decompression. Compared to traditional open surgery, endoscopic spine surgery typically results in less pain, scarring, and recovery time.

However, not all patients are good candidates for endoscopic spine surgery, and the specific risks and benefits of the procedure will depend on the individual case. It's important to discuss all treatment options with a qualified medical professional.