The Bonati Spine Institute is happy to announce the opening of its new ambulatory surgical center in Nevada.  This facility, located on 10195 West Twain Avenue, in southwest Las Vegas, will have its grand-opening on January 12th, 2017.

Alfred O. Bonati, MD, the founder of the Bonati Spine Institute created and developed advanced surgical techniques and instrumentation to treat back, neck and joint problems including bulging and herniated discs, spinal stenosis, degenerative disc disease, sciatica, pinched nerves, etc. Over the last 30 years, these procedures have been perfected, virtually eliminating the need for open spine surgery and spinal fusions.

Dr. Bonati advanced the field of spinal surgery through the patented Bonati Spine Procedures. These precise, targeted procedures are exclusive to the Bonati Spine Institute. These techniques, in the hands of their experienced surgeons produce excellent results and a patient satisfaction rate of 98.75%.

The Bonati Spine Procedures are performed through a small incision, which allows for less scarring and faster recovery. They are gentle enough to be performed on an outpatient basis without the need for a hospital stay.  They utilize local anesthesia and Conscious IV sedation, which maintain the patient comfortable and able to communicate with the surgeon as the pain is alleviated. Because they do not required general anesthesia, with its associated risks, they may be performed on a wider range of patients. Patients that undergo the Bonati Spine Procedures can return to work and resume normal activities within days.

The Bonati Spine Institute holds multiple U.S. patents on its instrumentation and techniques. It has performed more than 55,000 procedures, including many patients with previously failed surgeries at other facilities. The institute was the first to gain approval for the use a laser in spine surgery by the Food and Drug Administration. 

In recent years there has been a large increase in the number of spinal fusions performed to treat many conditions, which may easily be treated by less invasive methods.  The Bonati Spine Procedures are a safe and effective alternative to spinal fusions and avoid the risks and complications that are associated with fusions, while preserving the natural movement of the spine.  

“Fusion spine surgery is an invasive procedure that could, in fact, cause you more pain than you had to begin with,” Dr. Bonati said.

To find out if you are a candidate for the Bonati Spine Procedures, contact the Institute  directly at 855-267-0483 or visit www.bonati.com