Overview and Indications
Endoscopic fusion is a minimally-invasive form of spinal fusion. It can be used to correct conditions that cause instability of the back including degenerative disc disease, spondylolisthesis, scoliosis and other disorders. This procedure reduces trauma associated with traditional open surgery by minimizing scarring, incision size, tissue damage and blood loss. The process preserves healthy muscle and soft tissue, and allows for less pain and quicker recovery time.