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BIDMC and New England Baptist Hospital, part of Beth Israel Lahey Health, are the only hospitals in eastern Massachusetts where you can find this ultra-precise, safe robotic spine surgery technology for adults.
Why Choose Robotic Spine Surgery?
Like many, you may have concerns about experiencing complications after spine surgery. Our advanced robotic technology offers a lower risk of complications, often with less need for pain medication after surgery.
How Does Robotic Spine Surgery Work?
Spine surgery often requires screws to be placed to stabilize your spine. Proper screw placement is essential for the best outcome.
Before your surgery, your surgeon will use advanced software and 3-D imaging to program the placement of each surgical screw at the exact location and angle needed for your unique condition. During surgery, the robotic arm steadily positions the each screw as programmed. This robotic assistance allows the surgeon to operate with precision, efficiency, and confidence.