Spine Pain Diagnostics at its Best
Conveniently Located in Multiple Arizona Locations
Pleased to Offer Medical Travel Options
Selective Endoscopic Disectomy™ (SED™) is a minimally invasive spine surgery technique that utilizes an endoscope to treat herniated, protruded, extruded, or degenerative discs that are a contributing factor to leg and back pain.
The endoscope allows the surgeon to use a "keyhole" incision to access the herniated disc. Muscle and tissue are dialted rather than being cut when accessing the disc.
Less tissue destruction • Less pain • Quicker recovery times
Patients have come from all over the world to receive care at DISC. Medical tourists are increasingly seeking information on all options open to them through professional referrals and getting multiple opinions from all sources.
Desert Institute for Spine Care is pleased to offer medical travel options for your spine care needs. We will coordinate your care from start to finish.
TRAVELING TO DISC? Learn more about medical travel and hotel accomodations.
At DISC, patients always come first. Whether you have been diagnosed with a herniated disc, sciatica, or spinal stenosis, or been told you might need spine surgery, learn more about your spinal condition and the treatments that could help you by watching our online patient education.
Congratulations to Dr. Justin Field, Dr. Christopher Yeung, and Dr. Nima Salari on their 2020 TOP DOCS nomination by PHOENIX magazine!
We also congratulate Drs. Christopher Yeung and Justin Field on being 10-time nominees.
Dr. Justin Field was recognized as a “Top Vote-Getter” for his category!
By Nima Salari, MD
Why do I hurt? What is the cause of the pain? How can I alleviate it? How can I prevent it? I try to spend as much time with my patients to answer these questions. The reasons for the pain can be related to a multitude of sources. The treatments can vary just as much and we make every effort to customize our treatment plan to the individual patient.
Some answers remain universal, however. Those answers relate to steps patients can take on their own to either prevent neck and back pain or help improve their symptoms.
At the age of 78, the legendary Dr. Anthony Yeung, DISC Orthopedic Spine Surgeon and the Executive Director for the International Intradiscal Therapy Society (IITS), announced his retirement from the operating room.
“I became very comfortable that my legacy will be carried on by my son, Chris Yeung, and his team of fellowship trained spine surgeons. The DISC team put together by Chris Yeung provides a wide spectrum of spine surgery options based on what is best for their patients using training in open MIS spine surgery and endoscopic spine surgery. It was time to finally officially retire.
I passed the ceremonial “crown” to Chris. I feel that we have formed the “dream team” of MIS spine surgery, not just of surgeons but a very dedicated staff.”
Dr. Christopher Yeung was on Money Radio Friday, October 25. He spoke about his dad, Dr. Anthony Yeung, being an inspiration to him, and how his dad pioneered the minimally invasive spine surgery techniques here in Arizona – he also explains the many advantages of minimally invasive spine surgery, and elaborates on more traditional open spine surgery procedures.
Dr. Christopher Yeung was honored as an Integrity Tiger at the 2019 Integrity Tiger Summit. Business and community leaders gathered at the summit to discuss how to lead with integrity and why it’s important to raise the role of integrity in their organizations. BEING AN INTEGRITY TIGER ™ MEANS YOU MAKE INTEGRITY THE FIRST, LAST AND OVERRIDING CONSIDERATION IN ALL DECISIONS AND YOU STAND STRONG FOR INTEGRITY WHEN OTHERS DO NOT.
Desert Institute for Spine Care Announces First Patient Implant in Arizona and the entire Southwest of the Next-Generation M6-C Artificial Cervical Disc Designed to Treat Cervical Disc Degeneration
Our patients talk about why they choose Dr. Justin Field, who was recently recognized as an Expert Network Distinguished Professional, receiving the Distinguished Doctor Designation©, which is only conferred upon the top 3% of physicians in the nation. Watch the Video
Each year, hundreds of thousands of adults are diagnosed with Cervical Disc Degeneration, an upper spine condition that can cause pain and numbness in the neck, shoulders, arms, and even hands. DISC is one of 12 sites in the US, the only one in Arizona, where patients have access to the M6-C Artificial Disc: FDA IDE Pivotal Study to help combat this painful condition.
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