Dr. Payam Moazzaz is a San Diego spine surgeon that applies a decade’s worth of accumulated physician and surgery experience to the diagnosis and treatment of a vast variety of complex spine disorders. Through noninvasive therapies, minimally invasive procedures and advanced robotic orthopedic surgeries, patients garner a welcome release from the pain that hinders their lives; while all the while regaining the mobility and functionality that allows them to make those lives happy, active and successful. Here you can learn about the various spine conditions that might be causing your pain and stiffness; disorders that include Spinal Cord Tumors, Spinal Infections, Spinal Deformities, Spinal Instability, and others. Through the information found on this website and through personal consultations with the doctor himself, you will learn about the causes of these conditions; their symptoms, and all of the possible ways that they can be alleviated and cured. And as you explore each possible course of treatment–whether it takes the form of medication, massage, physical therapy, a specialty procedure (such as injections or implants) or a minimally invasive procedure, you will learn about the risks, side effects, and short and long-term effects of each treatment mode. Explore the possibilities with California best spine surgeon today, and start a promising and productive new life; one lived free of back pain.
According to the American Chiropractic Association, half of all Americans report lower back pain symptoms each year. Eighty percent of the population will experience a back problem at some point in their lives, and lower back pain…
itself is cited as the single leading cause of disability worldwide. The good news, however, is that major developments in the field of modern medicine have rendered the treatment of back pain far easier and more comfortable than in previous years. Surgery is not needed to remedy and correct every back pain disorder. And today, a good number of back pain sufferers are finding permanent relief through comfortable and noninvasive procedures. Orthopedic surgeon Dr. Payam Moazzaz has accumulated a decade of experience in all phases of his chosen specialty, putting his vast storehouse of accumulated knowledge to work in the successful treatment of back pain disorders. Working as a team effort with each individual patient, he seeks to diagnose and resolve their pain in a way that addresses its root cause and results in the long-term restoration of the patient’s mobility and quality of life. If possible, this caring physician will offer relief via physical therapy or other non-invasive procedure. Minimally invasive spine surgery is reserved as a last resort in these cases and will be administered with the use of all the latest technology to ensure both comfort and quality at all times. Let California’ top robotic spine surgeons set you on an optimum journey to a life free from back pain.
Imagine what would happen if the longest nerve in the body, your sciatica, was embroiled in a state of constant pain; a burning sensation that equated pins and needles, hurting, numbing and weakening your lower back, legs and buttocks.
This is the kind of pain suffered by 15-40 percent of the population who live with the chronic back pain condition known as sciatica. This painful ailment strikes the sciatic nerve, the longest nerve in the body that spans from the lower back through the behind and leg all the way to the foot. The good news is that the vast majority of sciatica cases can be treated without surgery. As always, Dr. Payam Moazzaz of New Era Spine will work to find and apply the highest tech and practical noninvasive procedures to the treatment of sciatica patients; with the ultimate objective of alleviating pain symptoms and enhancing mobility. From medication to physical therapy, and even spinal injections to ease inflammation and alleviate pressure on surrounding nerves.
ROBOTIC SPINE SURGERY
Robotic Spine Surgery is an innovative back surgery procedure that helps and heals with less pain, smaller incisions, less invasiveness, and much greater accuracy. Explore the sheer technological marvel of robotic spine surgery.
Robotic surgery represents the highest order of advanced, minimally invasive surgical options. Through the use of ultra-modern imaging technology, doctors can explore the spine to diagnose and pinpoint the health issue that needs to be addressed; without the poking and prodding that generally takes place throughout the course of traditional surgery. Then, miniature surgical instruments are inserted through small incisions by way of robotic arms; permitting the surgeon an unparalleled and revolutionary range of motion, stillness, and precision. A high-definition, three-dimensional camera serves to guide and direct the attending physician, who navigates the surgical procedure by way of a high tech monitor and console; supplying an unparalleled and literal inside view of the patient’s back as the doctor performs every move of the surgery with the aid of their robotic counterpart.
Any number of complex spinal procedures can be performed through the technological magic of robotic surgery. These include the following:
- Spinal Fusion
- Scoliosis Surgery
- Sciatica surgery
- Spinal Trauma Surgery
- Complex Spine Disorders and Spinal Instability
- Degenerative Disc Disease
- Prior Failed Back Surgery
Regardless of the exact nature and purpose of your robotic spine surgery, you can be assured that your procedure will involve less scarring, trauma, infection, and recovery time than more conventional surgical methods.
Through his decade’s worth of experience in the orthopedic spine surgery, Dr. Payam Moazzaz has become an expert in the exciting field of robotic spine surgery. If all noninvasive, nonsurgical modes of treatment prove ineffective, he will guide the patient through this gentle and effective procedure; ultimately setting them back on the all-important path toward health and mobility. Contact New Era Spine today to arrange a consultation on the subject of robotic spine surgery.
Complex Spine Disorders
At New Era Spine, orthopedic surgeon Dr. Payam Moazzaz delivers permanent therapeutic solutions to all too common back and spine disorders; combining a decade’s worth of experience in his chosen field with all of the new and latest technology in the area of robotic orthopedic science. By administering personalized and highly proficient care by way of minimally invasive and specialty procedures, he empowers patients to live and move again–once again living life to the fullest, and free of disabling pain and discomfort. Moreover, Dr. Moazzaz aims to educate the patient regarding the causes, specific symptoms and possible solutions to any number of orthopedic disorders.
These include the following Spine Disorders:
- Spinal Deformities
- Spinal Instability
- Spinal Cord Tumors
- Spinal Infections.
Your journey towards a mobile, productive and pain-free life begins in the office of this seasoned and top-notch San Diego spine surgeon.
Scoliosis, or curvature of the spine, is a disease that affects more than 4 million people across the United States. And while scoliosis is commonly identified as a children’s disease, and is indeed the most common deformity in school-aged
children. Symptoms of this common spinal condition can include asymmetrical posture, pain in the back, legs, and neck, headaches, muscle tension, and even lung dysfunction. Treatments for scoliosis ranges from therapy to surgery, depending on the severity of the condition. Dr. Payam Moazzaz specializes in the treatment of scoliosis and the related spine condition known as kyphosis, and ranks indeed as one of the premiere spine surgeons in the state of California. Work with him to educate you about scoliosis and to diagnose and determine the severity of your scoliosis condition, before exploring together the possible treatment options to alleviate the effects of this life-altering condition. You will learn about sensible and practical ways in which you can develop and maintain your spine health. Live, learn and heal today at New Era Spine!
Failed Back Surgery Syndrome (FBSS) is defined as lumbar spinal pain that persists even after surgery has taken place.
In a medical industry that sometimes finds physicians overly eager to perform surgeries for everything , this syndrome is an all too common condition. In fact, approximately 20-40 percent of chronic back pain patients suffer from FBSS, with spinal fusions and disc surgeries emerging among the most problematic surgical procedures in this category. People who undergo more than one back surgery have even less success, with only 30% of second spine surgeries, 15% of third surgeries, and 5% of fourth surgeries working out to best results, according to Practical Pain Management.Com.
At New Era Spine, Dr. Payam Moazzaz is uniquely qualified to aid patients suffering from FBSS; those whose failed back surgeries have caused more pain than before surgery. As opposed to simply prescribing a second surgery that may help even less than the first, Dr. Moazzaz will work with the patient to discover the reason behind the failure of their surgery; and, even more importantly, just how to bring a final and successful resolution to the patient’s nagging back pain and/or acute discomfort.
After investigating the source of the problem via an MRI, Dr. Moazzaz will work with the patient to explore possible remedies for their FBSS condition. They might benefit from alternatives to back surgery like pain injections, physical therapies, spinal stimulation implants, various medications, etc. In the rare instance that a corrective surgery is required, Dr. Moazzaz will apply his advanced knowledge of robotic spine surgery and other minimally invasive techniques to find the best ultimate resolution for the patient’s Failed Back Surgery Syndrome. Since Dr. Moazzaz has never had a failed back surgery, even with patients who have had prior failed back surgery, you are in good hands!
At New Era Spine, Dr. Moazzaz is committed to finding the ultimate resolution for a patient’s failed back pain surgery condition.
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