Choosing the right surgeon to perform your minimally invasive spine surgery can help place your mind at ease and let you feel comfortable about your decision to have surgery.
Your surgeon should explain the ins and outs of minimally invasive spine surgery and explain why it may benefit an active, healthy person who is dealing with back pain or sciatica.
A great surgeon listens actively and is available to answer all of your questions about your procedure. Your surgeon should also understand the importance of making the right decision for you and your family, and they should be a guide during that decision-making process.
Build a relationship with your surgeon
Having a comfortable relationship with your doctor will help place your mind at ease about your surgery. When working with your doctor, your relationship should feel like a therapeutic alliance – both you and your doctor are working together to make decisions about your condition to ensure the best possible outcome for your back pain or sciatica.
Many people have questions and concerns about minimally invasive spine surgery. You should be comfortable enough to share your concerns with your doctor, and they should be happy to address these questions in a professional manner.
If you are dealing with low back pain or sciatica that limits your ability to engage in your normal, active lifestyle, you owe it to yourself and your family to find the right minimally invasive spine surgeon.
Finding a spine surgeon in NJ
At our New Jersey-based neurosurgery practice, you will find board-certified neurosurgeons with years of experience dealing with minimally invasive spine surgery. Their extensive training and experience in all areas of neurosurgery make them the ideal candidates for your MIS surgery.
Although our surgeons are decorated with awards and accolades, the most important asset that they all have is the ability to listen and respond to your concerns and questions regarding your condition and treatment options.
They understand that having spine surgery is a big decision for you and your family and that it is their responsibility to provide you with the information and support you need to make a decision.