19 Harley St, London, W1G 9QJ, UK

Laser Disc Surgery

Laser Disc Surgery

Laser Spine Disc Surgery Experts

Laser disc surgery – Lasers have been used in surgery for many years with varying degrees of success. At the London Spine Unit, we use the latest development in medical laser technology, where a focal concentration of laser energy to target and vaporise protruding or bulging disc material without any danger of damaging surrounding vital structures like nerves or blood vessels.

The laser can be transmitted through thin, flexible capillary optical fibre, which means we can thread the laser probe through a needle into the spine under X-ray guidance. As such laser discectomy can be performed under supervised sedation as a day case; without the risks of general anaesthesia.

There are a variety of lasers that are used in surgery. For spinal surgery it is important that the laser device is validated and delivers the exact amount of energy to shrink the disc. At the London Spine Unit we use the most advanced laser technology known as Neo Laser. 

Percutaneous Laser Disc Decompression PLDD (Laser Spine Surgery)

Unlike conventional open discectomy, the pinpoint accuracy also means only the offending disc fragment is vaporised by the laser, leaving the surrounding healthy disc tissue unharmed.

Laser Disc SurgeryThis is especially useful in the neck where often the only surgical option is to remove the whole disc, necessitating the use of an artificial disc substitute.

At The London Spine Unit, we have performed hundreds of Laser Disc Surgeries. Our experts specialise in this technique and will let you know if your case is suitable for this technique.

In the lumbar region pain reduction has been observed in 70% of patients operated by PLDD.

We also undertake Laser disc surgery for cervical spine disc herniations. The procedure is performed under sedation as day case. All our procedures are performed in our state of the art hospital facilities at The Harley Street Hospital19 Harley Street, London, UK.

Mr Mo Akmal is UK’s leading expert in Laser Spine Surgery.

Laser Spine Surgery is performed as a day case procedure under sedation. It has an 85% success rate and in most cases open surgery can be avoided. You should get a second opinion to see if you are suitable for laser spine surgery before undergoing open surgery.

London Spine Unit Harley Street Hospital

A Focus on High Quality Specialised Care

We are a specialist Private Hospital based on Harley Street, London UK The Harley Street Hospital, Day Surgery Hospital

We provide exclusive health services for individuals seeking Advanced medical, non-surgical or minimally invasive treatments. We are covered by All Insurance Companies apart from AXA PPP

Our Medical Director and Lead Spinal Surgeon Mr Mo Akmal MD is a world renowned Spine Specialist Consultant with over 20 years of experience. He and his team have developed revolutionary techniques to perform all types of Spinal Surgery as a Day Case procedure without traditional General Anaesthetic.

We are constantly improving our techniques for treatment and improving facilities for our patients.

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laser disc surgery Expert Specialist

Revolutionary Keyhole surgical technique to vaporise bulging discs

Dr Mo Akmal Medical Director
Dr Mo Akmal MD - Lead Spinal Surgeon

Laser Disc Surgery can be performed under local anaesthetic at The Harley Street Hospital.

Treatment of all spinal disorders

The London Spine Unit specialises in Minimally Invasive Treatments allowing rapid recovery and return to normal function.

UK's Leading Spine Surgeon

Mr Mo Akmal has developed revolutionary techniques to perform Day Case Spinal Surgery. We avoid traditional General Anaesthetic for all surgery.

Trusted by patients worldwide

The London Spine Unit provides the highest quality care to all patients and has VIP services for those seeking exceptional services.

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