The MIS TLIF surgery stands for Minimally Invasive Surgery for Transforaminal Lumbar Interbody Fusion.  A keyhole incision is made in the impacted lumbar region of the spine which is accessed through the posterior back.

Our MIS TLIF Surgery  aims at decompressing nerves and stabilizing the vertebral column by fusion of lumbar vertebrae.

During MIS TLIF surgery, the lumbar vertebral bones are fused into one composite unit by removing the intervertebral disc, which acts as a cushioning between the two spine segments, stabilizing the spinal column.

The TLIF surgery method is used to treat different spine disorders, including:

Sciatica

Degenerative disc disease

Lumbar decompression

Joint facet removal

Foraminal Stenosis

Recurrent disc herniation

Spondylolisthesis

MIS TLIF Surgery approach

TLIF surgery,  The TLIF procedure is generally coupled with lumbar decompression and facetectomy procedures, with nerve root decompression and then,  The damaged disc between the vertebral portion is removed under microscope. Then, an interbody spacer called a cage (which promotes fusion and restores spinal alignment) is implanted into the intervertebral space which is followed by screws and rods insertion. The Minimally invasive TLIF surgery is competent in nerve decompression, and patients are likely to resume their daily activities such as walking, sitting, exercising, long hours after this procedure. This minimally invasive surgery is offered over laminotomy or simple decompression procedures that procedures, with nerve root decompression and then,  The damaged disc between the vertebral portion is removed under microscope. Then, an interbody spacer called a cage (which promotes fusion and restores spinal alignment) is implanted into the intervertebral space which is followed by screws and rods insertion.

The Minimally invasive TLIF surgery is competent in nerve decompression, and patients are likely to resume their daily activities such as walking, sitting, exercising, long hours after this procedure. This minimally invasive surgery is offered over laminotomy or simple decompression procedures that cannot fuse the spine bones.