5 things to know about the Minimally Invasive Spine Institute

Here are five things to know about Dallas-based Minimally Invasive Spine Institute.

1. Spine surgeons Michael Rimlawi, MD, and Bryce Benbow, MD, along with interventional pain specialist Mike Shah, MD, run the outpatient center.

2. Physicians at the center have treated more than 20,000 patients and record a 98 percent success rate.

3. At the Minimally Invasive Spine Institute, incisions are as small as 3 millimeters. Physicians are also able to customize the surgery to the patient.

4. Surgeons use real-time, medication-filled X-ray injections to identify nerves causing pain instead of relying on MRIs and CT scans.

5. As an outpatient center, surgeons have been advocates for minimally invasive surgery on ABC and NBC, among other national news stations.

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