Team Spine Surgeons & Consultants | Out-of-State Teams During Spring Training
LPGA Affiliate Physician | Phoenix Area
DISC spine surgeons offer the most advanced cutting-edge treatment options ranging from nonsurgical to least invasive and minimally invasive spine surgery.
Recognized leaders in endoscopic spine surgery, artificial disc replacement, and minimally invasive spine surgery.
Our expert spine surgeons are board-certified, fellowship trained and have collectively 50 years of patient care experience.
Patient Benefits for Endoscopic Spine Surgery
At DISC, we offer Personalized Pain Mapping, a revolutionary and scientific way of mapping and identifying the pain generator and accurately diagnosing your condition.
Personalized Pain Mapping is a precise, targeted, and personalized diagnostic approach we developed here at DISC to accurately identify a patient’s pain generator and spinal condition.
PPM uses proven diagnostic methods to obtain a comprehensive picture of where the patient’s pain originates in the spine.
With an accurate diagnosis through personalized pain mapping, we can customize the least invasive surgical solution that exceeds the patient’s expectations.
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When your neck or back pain prohibits you from working and living an active physical lifestyle, you should consult with an expert spine surgeon.
Benefits of Artificial Disc Replacement
DISC is now enrolling patients in two clinical trials evaluating a new cervical disc replacement option for patients with degenerative cervical disc disease.
The clinical trials are evaluating the BAGUERA® C cervical artificial disc, which is designed to help maintain the natural behavior and mobility of a functional cervical spine.
For over 20 years Desert Institute for Spine Care (DISC) is the recognized worldwide leader of Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery in Phoenix, AZ.
Patients, professional athletes, and our physician peers choose DISC surgeons for many reasons, however, four distinct reasons distinguish us from other practices.
Ready to learn more about how minimally-invasive surgery can benefit you?