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Laser Spine Institute in Las Vegas, NV
Laser Spine Institute
Serving the Las Vegas area. Call Today For Lasting Pain Relief.We've Helped Over 60,000 Patients!
1.Laser Spine Institute
0.56 mi Tampa, FL Physicians & SurgeonsPain ManagementPhysicians & Surgeons, Pain ManagementPhysicians & Surgeons, Laser Surgery
This is the greatest, Had surgery July 2015. Haven't had any problems since, Enjoying life to the fullest.
2.Laser Spine Institute
0.83 mi Physicians & Surgeons, Laser SurgeryPain ManagementPhysicians & Surgeons, Pain Management
(SCAM) I gave them everything they requested, my current MRIs and X-rays and they preautorized my insurance for the surgery for the remaining as well as my 1000 dollars that they insist is paid prior to arrival and I was required to pay for a hotel for a week within a five mile radius of the facility in St. Louis because if something goes wrong the other hospitals won't let them treat you. I was fine with the money and the hotel because my pain is unbearable but after arrival and them explaining everything to expect and receiving the items from them that I would need after the surgery, and a bag of post op items, they had me return the next day for my consultation with the surgeon he took a quick look at my MRI and told me there was nothing he could do for me and even had the nerve to tell me he would see me in a few years,This instatute is a scam, they returned most of my 1000 but didn't reimburse me for the hotel I paid a week for and still charged my insurance for the consultation and the post op items they gave me when they said they were going to perform the surgery and the surgeon is not a doctor, he is a D.O. It like the difference between a nurse anesthetist and an anesthesiologist. Ones is a doctor and the other is not, he only had three months of training from the facility in Orlando prior to arrival at the facility in St. Louis. I am grateful that they didn't perform any surgery on me after finding out all the specifics, They truly are a SCAM, ask a lot of questions, and request the physicians documents before trusting they are who they say they are
3.Laser Spine Institute
1.21 mi Physicians & Surgeons, Laser Surgery
Laser Spine Institute uses advanced, minimally invasive spine procedures to treat neck and back pain with a smaller incision, lower infection rate and quicker recovery time than traditional spine surgery providers. Our procedures are conducted in an outpatient setting, at world-class facilities conveniently located across the country. More than 60,000 patients have found relief since 2005. Conditions commonly treated include spinal stenosis, bulging/herniated discs and pinched nerves, among others. If you experience pain or numbness that persists or worsens after conservative treatment options have been exhausted, you may be a candidate for our innovative procedures. Advantages of Laser Spine Institute's minimally invasive spine surgery: 96% patient satisfaction rate Less than 1-inch incision Outpatient procedure 99% patient recommendation rate Take the first step toward pain relief & call today to have your MRI reviewed by Laser Spine Institute! Travel may be required.
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