Dr. Sol Kamson at Spine Institute Northwest understands that chronic back pain and sciatica can severely impact a patient’s quality of life. It’s important that patients receive a proper diagnosis from the outset so that the appropriate surgery or treatment can begin to get someone back to leading their lives to the fullest.
One such patient, Jason Skidmore, was lucky to finally find Dr. Kamson to help him with his chronic leg pain after looking into a variety of solutions that did not ultimately work for him. Jason was suffering from severe pains in his leg that seeped into every moment of his waking and sleeping life with no relief in sight. He had tried working with a chiropractor, physical therapist, and massage therapy with no success. He even endured injections, but the relief only lasted for a few days.
Meet Solomon Kamson MD at Spine Institute Northwest
Jason had gotten to the point where the pain was so severe, that he could no longer go to work. When he finally consulted with Dr. Kamson, Jason understood that his chronic leg pain was actually coming from his lower back. After undergoing minimally invasive endoscopically-guided lumbar decompression surgery, Jason could finally become free of pain and live his life to the fullest once again.
Patients like Jason Skidmore appreciate and find great comfort in surgeons like Dr. Kamson who take the time to explain things in detail and answer any and all questions involving their treatment.
Endoscopically-Guided Lumbar Decompression Surgery
It only requires about a one-inch incision to insert a needle-guided endoscope and use laser and radiofrequency (RF) technology to perform this minimally invasive technique to repair damaged disks from inside the body. Those who suffer from Lumbar Spinal Stenosis (LSS) know firsthand how the pain of spinal narrowing and nerve pressure can affect their daily lives. Solomon Kamson at Spine Institute Northwest uses this advanced technology and other types of treatments to ease the pain of bulging disks and other fragments that can compress spinal nerves.
After undergoing surgery at our surgical center within a one-day period, you will be sent home to heal for a short six-week period of time. After recovery, you can expect a sharp decrease in pain, numbness or extremity weakness. In time, you should be able to experience complete relief from pain and a full return to normal activities.
Consult with Dr. Kamson at the Spine Institute Northwest in Bothell, WA, to learn more about this and other options to live to the fullest once again.