Welcome to the world of minimally invasive endoscopic spinal surgery
joimax® is the leading developer and provider of complete systems for minimally invasive endoscopic spinal surgery. With TESSYS® (transforaminal), iLESSYS® (interlaminar), CESSYS® (cervical) or with Multiuse RT (e.g. for rhizotomy) there are proven endoscopic systems that together cover a variety of indications. Whether herniated disc, stenosis or pain therapy - surgeons operate through a single small incision under local anaesthetic via tissue and muscle sparing through natural openings into the spinal canal (e.g. intervertebral foramen).
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Endoscopic disc surgery uses the transforaminal approach – minimally invasive and maximally gentle.
Pain therapy: minimally invasive endoscopic
treatment of the facet joint
joimax® clinical & science services
A meta-analysis of endoscopic discectomy versus open discectomy for symptomatic lumbar disk herniation
Lin Cong, Yue Zhu, Guanjun Tu
In: European Spine Journal (2016) 25:134–143; DOI 10.1007/s00586-015-3776-6
Endoscopic lumbar discectomy under local anesthesia may be an alternative to microdiscectomy: A single centre’s experience using the far lateral approach.
T. Sanusi, J. Davis?, N. Nicassio, I. Malik
In: Clinical Neurology and Neurosurgery 139 (2015) 324–327
Outcome Measures of an Intracanal, Endoscopic Transforaminal Decompression Technique: Initial Findings from the MIS Prospective Registry
J. A. Sclafani, K. Raiszadeh, D. Laich, J. Shen, M. Bennett, R. Blok, K. Liang, C. W. Kim
At: ISASS 2015
Early experience with cervical endoscopic spinal surgery (CESS): a potential adjunct to ACDF/disc arthroplasty
Gavin S.C. Brown, J N Alastair Gibson; Poster BASS 2015
Clinical Benefits of Ultra-Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery in Awake Obese Patients in an Outpatient Setting: A Retrospective Evaluation of Transforaminal Endoscopic Discectomy with Foraminotomy
Gabriele P Jasper, Gina M Francisco, David B Choi, Deus Cielo, Curtis E Doberstein and Albert E Telfeian
In: JSM Neurosurg Spine 2014 2(5): 1041
JNS (Journal of Neurosurgers) is the official journal of the
AANS since 1944. Neurosurgical Focus in the February
Issue is "Endoscopic Spine".