In this University Orthopedics Lecture Series, fellowship-trained spine surgeon Dr. Bryce Basques discusses minimally invasive spine surgery.
He covers several topics including:
- What is minimally invasive spine surgery?
- Examples of minimally invasive spine surgery
- Tubular/Endoscopic surgery
- Disc Replacement
- Robotic surgery
- Outpatient spine surgery
- Who is a candidate for minimally invasive spine surgery?
About Dr. Basques
Dr. Bryce Basques is a fellowship-trained spine surgeon who specializes in spinal disorders such as disc herniations, degenerative cervical, thoracic, lumbar disease, spinal deformity, trauma, and tumors. He also specializes in correcting failed surgery and revision procedures. He has extensive experience with the latest advances in spine surgery, including robotic spine surgery, navigation, minimally invasive spine surgery, outpatient spine surgery, and motion preservation (non-fusion surgery). He tailors the treatment plan to each patient’s needs, with a focus on non-operative management whenever possible.