Keyhole Surgery

Experienced in the latest keyhole surgery techniques, Dr. Byrne uses this minimally invasive procedure to effectively treat both brain and spinal conditions.

This surgical technique only requires a small incision (usually less than 10mm), which allows the surgeon to gain direct access to the area they are operating on.

Conducted under general anaesthetic, the surgeon uses very thin, accurate instruments and a tiny camera or microscope. Throughout the operation the images captured by the camera/microscope are projected on to a monitor to guide the surgeon.

As keyhole surgery only requires a small incision the benefits to the patient are less risk of infection, reduced post-operative pain, faster healing times, shorter hospital stay and faster overall recovery.

This technique can be used to treat a range of conditions including disc herniations, spinal fusion and disc protrusions.

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