Introducing an ultra-minimally invasive procedure that can immediately eliminate pain. To see if you might be a candidate, try this quick free assessment.Begin Your Assessment
Endoscopic Spine Surgery (ESS) is an ultra minimally invasive surgical treatment used to relieve chronic pain or numbness in the legs, buttocks and lower back.
The procedure can be an effective solution for treating pain caused by injuries and conditions such as sciatica, disc herniation, nerve pressure or spinal stenosis.
Compared to more invasive spinal procedures ESS’s advantages include a microscopic incision, less pain, less downtime and no overnight hospital stay.
Typically, ESS patients walk out of the hospital with immediate pain relief, and are able to resume their normal activities after six weeks.
If you’re experiencing pain, our free, confidential assessment will help you learn if ESS is a possible solution for you. Start your assessment now!
Watch as Dr. Peter Derman explains the procedure, the benefits and the differences between ESS and other common spinal procedures. If your'e considering surgery, this is a must watch!
Just a few miles north of Dallas, but far from ordinary, Texas Health Center for Diagnostics & Surgery has established a reputation as a premier health care facility by providing quality care and an exceptional patient experience. Here are just a few reasons why patients love it here.
Numerous certifications and recognitions
Peaceful and serene environment
Gourmet in-room dining
Plenty of parking
In addition to a positive surgical outcome, our care team’s goal is to make sure you have an amazing experience every step along the way. Meet some of the health care professionals who are dedicated to making it happen.
Our program is led by Dr. Peter Derman, an orthopedic spine surgeon on the medical staff whose motto is: “In spine surgery, I believe less is generally more. I tailor my approach to each patient’s symptoms and goals, and use the least invasive means to achieve the fastest and most reliable recovery possible.”
Having surgery is a big deal. If you have questions or would like to know more about the process, our friendly patient navigator, Leah Castillo, is here to help. What’s more, if you are coming in from outside the area, she can help make travel recommendations. Feel free to contact Leah directly anytime at 972-543-1250.
Endoscopic spine surgery is growing in popularity, but it’s not a solution for everyone. This free assessment is designed to help you determine if it’s an option for you, based on your current condition and past medical history. The assessment is completely secure and takes less than 5 minutes to complete. So, ready to get started?