Leaders in Minimally Invasive Procedures in NY and NJ.
Q Spine Institute is proud to offer our patients the most technologically-advanced lumbar and cervical spinal fusion options available. Q Tech by Q Spine shows our dedication to staying on the leading edge of technology and treatment options to provide the safest, state-of-the-art treatment options to our patients.
Dr. Q is the leading expert in some of the most innovative techniques for treating neck and back pain in order to give patients the best treatment options possible. More options means more personalized, precise treatment plans. If you are suffering from neck or back pain, learn more about our available treatment options below.
D-TRAX® is a cutting-edge, minimally invasive approach for cervical spinal decompression and the treatment of neck and/or arm pain. This unique implant system provides a safe and effective alternative to open surgery by relieving pressure on spinal nerves and providing stabilization to the cervical spine. If you are suffering from the following conditions, D-TRAX® may be a treatment option for you:
If you are experiencing neck pain symptoms and have not found relief from more conservative approaches to treatment, contact Dr. Q and Q Spine Institute about surgical options, including the D-TRAX® procedure.
OptiMesh® is a revolutionary, minimally invasive bone graft insertion using a three-dimensional mesh pouch filled with bone in order to restore alignment of the spine, increase stabilization and reduce pain. When the procedure is complete, the patient is left with a true biologic lumbar reconstruction and very few technical risks.
While you should talk with your doctor about all of your treatment options, both nonsurgical and surgical, if you are considering any of the following treatments, OptiMesh® may be an option for you:
If you have any questions about the minimally invasive procedures using OptiMesh®, make an appointment to talk with Dr. Q and the Q Spine Institute team today.
Experiencing back or neck pain? Use our pain assessment tool to determine possible treatments for chronic or worsening symptoms.