enVISION SPINE SURGERY

woman with a bandaid on her back after endoscopic spine surgery with dr. jian shen

WORRY LESS ABOUT SURGERY AND FOCUS MORE ON RECOVERY.

It wasn’t that long ago when having an operation on your spine meant major surgery, with days in the hospital and weeks of recovery. Today, however, thanks to new approaches and better technologies, many spine surgeries can be performed as a minimally invasive procedure, and some can even be performed on an outpatient basis.

 

As one of the leading endoscopic spine surgeons in the Western Hemisphere, Dr. Jian Shen is at the forefront of implementing these new technologies to drive more positive patient outcomes, helping patients recover better and faster.

 

To this end, Dr. Shen has created a protocol for endoscopic spine surgeries called enVision Spine Surgery.

 

enVision Spine Surgery isn’t just minimally invasive – it’s least invasive. In fact, it’s one of the biggest technological advancements to spine surgery in the past 15 years.

 

Using advanced endoscopic science, Dr. Shen performs spine surgery through a tiny incision that doesn’t disrupt muscles or ligaments and can be covered with a small bandage. In many cases, enVision Spine Surgery can be performed on an outpatient basis.

 

In addition, patients with disc disorders also benefit from Dr. Shen’s disc regeneration protocol, which harnesses the body’s own ability to heal and boosts it a very powerful way.

 

But perhaps more importantly, enVision Spine Surgery is Dr. Shen’s promise to his patients to get you back on your feet and living your life as quickly as possible.

BENEFITS OF enVISION SPINE SURGERY

  • FASTER RECOVERY TIME

    Dr. Shen performs enVision Spine Surgery through a less-than-half-inch incision, which means no muscle damage. This ensures you get back to living your life fast.

  • ZERO COMPLICATIONS

    Of the more than 4,000 endoscopic spine surgeries Dr. Shen has performed, there have been zero infections and zero complications.

  • SHORTER HOSPITAL STAYS

    Because most procedures can be performed with sedation and local anesthesia, there are fewer risks involved. In fact, most procedures can even be performed outpatient.