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Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery Hamilton, NJ

What is Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery?

Historically, spinal surgeries were performed using “open” techniques. Open surgery describes a process that involves larger incisions that may be several centimeters long. The incisions provide access to the internal structures on which surgery is performed. Over time, this manner of surgical performance has evolved into protocols that are less invasive. Now, minimally invasive techniques… Read More »




Revision Spine Surgery: Can It Be Avoided?

All surgical procedures carry some degree of risk. Due to the complex nature of spinal surgery, associated risks may be compounded compared to surgical procedures performed on other parts of the body. Because spinal surgeries generally have an effectiveness rate of approximately 95%, communication between doctor and patient is paramount. Most spinal surgeries achieve the… Read More »



Myelopathy | Princeton Neurological Surgery | Princeton NJ

What is Myelopathy?

Myelopathy is a spinal condition in which the spinal cord suffers significant compression. Pressure on the spinal cord should not be mistaken for compression on nerve roots as they exit the spinal cord or pass through spinal disc space (that is radiculopathy). Myelopathy is also different than myopathy, a condition in which the nerves within… Read More »




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