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The AccuraScope® Procedure

  • Treats multiple spine pain sources in one 30-45 minute procedure.
  • Higher precision and faster recovery.
  • 82% success rate, based on published research.
  • Register and watch the on-demand webinar today!

Free On-Demand Webinar: The AccuraScope Procedure

The AccuraScope procedure is a revolutionary back pain treatment that is changing lives every day—in as little as 30 minutes.

If you suffer from one of the following conditions, the AccuraScope procedure may be appropriate for you.

  • Bulging disc
  • Herniated disc
  • Degenerative disc disease
  • Spinal stenosis
  • Sciatica
  • Annular tears
  • Arthritis
  • Scar tissue

Unlike traditional open back surgery or other spine surgeries that claim to be minimally invasive, the AccuraScope procedure is a state-of-the-art back pain treatment that requires just one three-millimeter incision. During the webinar, you’ll see how the AccuraScope procedure works and learn why this revolutionary procedure is able to reduce pain, restore mobility and improve health when so many other treatments fail.

About the AccuraScope Procedure:

North American Spine’s exclusive AccuraScope procedure allows a specialist to maneuver a high definition camera inside the spine to diagnose multiple occurrences of disc disruption, significantly reducing the need for multiple procedures.

Using a live x-ray for guidance and a tiny incision, our partner physicians insert an endoscopic fiber-optic scope, like a small tube, through a small incision in the skin and into a natural opening at the base of the spine. The physician examines the inside of the spinal canal and the discs of the lower back, from both sides of the spinal canal, to diagnose and treat pain causes in one short outpatient procedure.

The small incision requires only a band-aid or one stitch. Many patients experience immediate relief and most can resume light activities the following day.

North American Spine has more than 8,000 successful AccuraScope patient stories.

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