Dr. Fye uses surgery as a last resort, only after non-surgical options have been exhausted. When surgery is deemed necessary, we will treat you with the most advanced technology and techniques. With years of expert surgical experience, Dr. Fye will pinpoint the exact point of your pain before considering surgery. From pre-op to post-op therapy, we offer complete spinal care until you’re back on your feet and pain-free.
A corpectomy is a decompressive surgery performed to eliminate the neck and back pain associated with bone spurs.
A discectomy involves removing all or part of an intervertebral disc. The term “discectomy” is derived from the Latin words “discus” (flat, circular object or plate) and “-ectomy” (removal).
- Anterior Cervical Discectomy
- Anterior Cervical Discectomy with Fusion
- Cervical Discectomy
- Cervical Discectomy with Fusion
Excision is the process of cutting something out of the body, like a tumor, tissue, or organ.
There are many options when treating fractures, whether they’re from trauma or osteoporosis. Sometimes a specialist will choose to treat that fracture using surgical methods, utilizing plates, screws, nails, or bone graft.
Fusion is the method used to bind two bones together. It is often performed after the removal of a damaging vertebra or disc.
- Anterior Cervical Fusion
- Anterior Lumbar Interbody Fusion
- Lumbar Spinal Fusion
- Posterior Lumbar Interbody Fusion
A laminectomy is a procedure involving the removal of the portion of the vertebral bone called the lamina. It is usually performed to treat stenosis.
A microdiscectomy involves the decompression of the nerve root, either by removing bone about the nerve root or disc below. It is an effective treatment for a herniated lumbar disc.
There are a variety of surgical methods that can be employed to eliminate your pain. Read more about the possibilities to determine what type of surgery will be best for you.