10 Reasons Why Ultrasonic Spine Surgery is a Better Option

Neck or spine surgery is serious business. That’s why it’s a good idea to do your homework before deciding who to trust with your operation. And to help you make your decision, we’ve crunched the data and come up with 10 reasons why Dr. Cantor’s clinical outcomes prove that Ultrasonic Spine Surgery really is a better option…

  1. Shorter length of stay in hospital
  2. Less complications during surgery
  3. Reduced risk of “collateral damage” to surrounding tissue and spinal structure
  4. Reduced use of plates and screws
  5. Reduced infections
  6. Lower readmissions into hospital
  7. Less post-operative pain and reduced reliance on pain medications
  8. Faster recovery
  9. Enhanced mobility after treatment
  10. Improved patient satisfaction

If this list isn’t reason enough, Dr. Cantor explains why many patients who are considering laser spine surgery would be better off choosing Ultrasonic Spine Surgery, a procedure he has pioneered.

“The term ‘laser surgery’ has become a very effective marketing tool. Laser surgery has been a game-changer in many surgical specialties, such as ophthalmology and urology, but unfortunately, it has not been the case in spine surgery. The truth is, laser spine surgery is associated with higher complication rates and short-lasting results. Laser surgery is good at relieving pain, as it obliterates the nerve. But a laser cannot tackle the root cause of your pain, such as impacted bone, invariably leading to further problems down the road.”

In fact, many of Dr. Cantor’s patients have had laser surgery in the past, but end up coming to him for minimally invasive Ultrasonic Spine Surgery to correct associated problems.

“My approach is simple but effective. I treat each patient as a unique case, consider all treatment options available, and focus on preserving function and restoring mobility.”

And with more than 30,000 hours spent operating on patients, Dr. Cantor’s clinical outcomes in the list above speak for themselves.

If you’ve been told you need neck or back surgery, it’s worth getting a second opinion from one of the leading spine experts in their field. Send Dr. Cantor your MRI and he’ll give you an honest assessment.

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