Bridgewater, NJ Office

Minimally Invasive Laser Spine Surgery in Bridgewater, NJ

Top-Rated Bridgewater, NJ Orthopedic Surgeons

NJ Spine and Orthopedic is proud to announce it is now serving patients in Bridgewater, NJ! We aim to create a convenient experience for our New Jersey patients by continuing to expand with new offices and surgery centers throughout the Tri-State area.

This fits with our motto, “We Treat People, Not Patients.” That means we are concerned with you and your needs, not what might work best for another patient. We tailor each person’s treatment to their experience. We talk to you and help you understand your body and what’s happening with it.


A Convenient Location in Bridgewater, NJ

Our Bridgewater, NJ, location is close to several restaurants and hotels, as well as the interstate, making your consultation and treatment appointments convenient, whether you’re visiting or live in town.

Restaurants Houlihan’s and SOCIAL are both located less than 10 minutes from our center. You’ll find American cuisine at Houlihan’s, which offers takeout. SOCIAL’s menu includes vegetarian dishes and sushi. Hotels near our Bridgewater, NJ, location include the Hilton Garden Inn and Hampton Inn and Suites, which are only a 15-minute drive from us.

If you’re visiting Bridgewater, NJ, you may also want to consider visiting Washington Valley Park and Duke Farms, which show off New Jersey’s natural beauty and feature historic buildings from the 18th and 19th century.

Washington Valley Park is one of the premier locations for watching hawks migrate. The park also features several gardens as well as an arboretum. At Duke Farms, you’ll find a farm-to-table market from May to November and several festivals throughout the year, such as the Sugar Maple Celebration. The farm also features a number of biking trails. Both locations are less than 15 minutes from our office.


Are You Experiencing Back Pain? We Have the Solution

Back pain is a common problem and can make activities such as biking less enjoyable. Pain throughout the neck and back is caused by your spine. A pinched nerve or bulging disc, for example, can cause back and neck pain as well as numbness.

Many spinal conditions, however, are treatable through minimally invasive spinal surgery. An endoscopic discectomy, for instance, can remove your damaged disc and relieve your chronic pain immediately. Laser spine surgery is another procedure that’s minimally invasive and treats herniated or bulging discs.

Spinal surgery is an effective treatment for neck and back pain, especially when conservative treatments, such as physical therapy and medications, are ineffective. If you are unable to relieve your chronic pain through these treatments, spinal surgery may be a viable option for lessening your pain and discomfort.


Get the Best Treatment From Our Orthopedic Surgeons in Bridgewater, NJ

At NJ Spine and Orthopedic, our team has more than 50 years of experience in providing top-notch spinal care with a minimally invasive approach that offers faster recovery times. When we meet with you at our Bridgewater, NJ center, our goal is to provide you with a treatment plan that’s tailored to your individual needs and gives you the best results. We explain your diagnosis, so you understand what is going on, and we include you in every treatment step along the way.

Whether you’re from New Jersey or out of town, if you’re looking for compassionate care and a minimally invasive treatment, you’ve found the right place at our Bridgewater, NJ office. See what compassionate care for your back looks like. Meet our top-notch staff and get all your questions answered. Learn more about how we can help you by contacting us or scheduling a free consultation today.


Frequently Asked Questions About Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery in Bridgewater, NJ

Am I a candidate for minimally invasive spine surgery?

To determine if you are a good candidate for the procedure, our spine surgeons will need to evaluate your condition. Another good MISS candidate is someone who suffers severe pain from a herniated disc, spinal stenosis, and spondylolisthesis. They are likely to be treated with minimally invasive spine surgery.

How long will it take to recover from minimally invasive spine surgery?

Patients who undergo a minimally invasive spine surgery are likely to recover faster than those who undergo open spine surgery. The recovery period will vary for each patient. However, most patients on average will recover within 6 weeks after the procedure.

What conditions can be treated with minimally invasive spine surgery MISS?

A few conditions that can be treated with a minimally invasive spine surgery are herniated disc, spinal stenosis, spondylolisthesis, sciatica, and more. Contact our spine surgeons and see if your condition qualifies for minimally invasive spine surgery.