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Your musculoskeletal system provides support, stability, and movement to your body. There are many conditions that affect this system that may cause pain, numbness, and other symptoms. Learn more about a few possible causes and the procedures that may help in the pages below.
Once you have exhausted conservative treatment options of your musculoskeletal system condition, you may be presented with the option of surgery to treat your symptoms. Learn more about these types of procedures below.
Surgical treatment options for neck and arm pain may include fusion or motion preserving surgery to relieve symptoms.
Surgical treatment options for low back pain may include fusion or vertebral augmentation to relieve symptoms.
Scoliosis is an abnormal curvature of the spine that may be treated with observation, bracing, or surgery.
Fractured bones are repaired through surgery using metal screws, plates, or other implants to secure the fracture while it heals.
I got my life back and I feel great!
There was no pain where I had pain before
Lateral Lumbar Interbody Fusion Procedure
I can do all the things I couldn’t do before
It was the best feeling in the world
Scoliosis Correction Surgery
Globus Medical is Working to Advance Patient Care
Globus Medical engages in diverse activities to further the advancement of patient care by working with educators and researchers to advance knowledge, understanding, and delivery of care for musculoskeletal system conditions. These efforts further our impact on treatment beyond the delivery of innovative implants and instruments, and strengthen our insight into patient care.
The material on this website is intended to be an educational resource only and is not meant to be a warranty or to replace a conversation between a patient and their physician or member of their health care team. Please consult a physician for a complete list of indications, contraindications, precautions, warnings, clinical results and other important medical information that pertains to this procedure. The decision to receive medical treatment is individualized to the patient and the patient’s symptoms. The information presented on this site may not apply to your condition, treatment or its outcome, as surgical techniques vary and complications can occur. It is important to discuss the viability of any surgical procedure with a physician to decide the right treatment option.