Journal of Spine

ISSN: 2165-7939

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Anthony T Yeung

Desert Institute for Spine Care,
Phoenix, Arizona

  • Review Article
    The Yeung Percutaneous Endoscopic Lumbar Decompressive Technique (YESSTM)
    Author(s): Anthony T YeungAnthony T Yeung

    Endoscopic spine surgery is receiving intense interest as minimally invasive techniques, robotics and biologics are the latest focus in spine care that is embraced by a myriad of providers, all touting their area of expertise as the answer to treating painful conditions of the spine. All stakeholders agree that if non-surgical methods of treatment are effective, the natural adaptation of painful degenerative conditions will eventually be mitigated or resolved with some modification of work or activities of daily living that avoids aggravating the clinical condition or delays a rapid advancement to a painful condition. Each stakeholder in the treatment spectrum is touting, and marketing their areas of expertise, but few stakeholders work together in a truly multidisciplinary and cooperative agenda. Procedural or surgical interventions are easiest to market and to measure its .. Read More»
    DOI: 10.4172/2165-7939.1000408

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