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The decision to receive a Spinal Fusion would depend on your condition and treatment history. If regular non-surgical treatments like physical therapy and steroid injections have been effective, having a spinal fusion will correct the condition.
In order to receive the surgery the exact condition causing pain must be determined. There are several conditions that spinal fusions treat. Some of these conditions include:
If you think you are a candidate for robotic-assisted spinal fusion at The Institute for Robotic Surgery and are ready to get started on your path to pain-free living, please complete our treatment assessment below.
When considering spinal fusion, an ideal candidate will only have one or two affected discs, has not responded to steroid injections, and is having chronic pain. The following conditions commonly benefit from Spinal Fusion:
If you have a confirmed spine condition, have not seen success or results with non-surgical treatments, you could be a candidate for a spinal fusion. To find out if you are a candidate for a spinal fusion, contact our Patient Advocates now or schedule a callback at a time that is convenient for you.