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Spine non-surgical treatment
spinal stenosis balloon dilatation
epidural endoscopic laser surgery
epidural synechotomy
high-frequency sap decompression
plasma decompression
facet joint ligament strengthening prolotherapy
DRG stimulation
Epidural Spinal Cord Stimulation
Intra Spinal Opioid Pump Implantation
Joint non-surgical treatment
extracorporeal shock wave therapy
Spine treatment
Neck Disc Microscopic Surgery
microscopic discectomy
Uniportal Bilateral Foraminotomy
spine fusion surgery
Neck Back Artificial Disc Replacement
Weightless Decompression Therapy
MEDX exercise treatment
spinal stabilization exercise system
physical therapy
Joint treatment
Knee Arthroscopy
ankle arthroscope
Autologous Cartilage Implantation
Ligament reconstruction
Stem cell transplantation
What is PELD(Percutaneous endoscopic lumbar discectomy)?

Percutaneous endoscopic lumbar discectomy, or PELD, is a new technique of minimal incision (5-7mm) for a special endoscope inserted into protruded discs to remove the discs compressing nerves using a laser. With spinal anesthesia, PELD is, in particular, good for senior and diabetic patients. PELD also generates a small amount of bleeding, which does not require transfusion during the procedure. With small nerve exposure, PELD has a low possibility of nerve entrapment. In general, this technique enables fast recovery after surgery, with relatively lower cost and time for treatment.


01. A safe medical technique for the elderly, people with hypertension, heart disease, diabetes and other chronic diseases
02. Around 30 minute surgery time with local anesthesia
03. Safer surgery performed with a real-time live video image
04. Low possibility of severe bleeding and pain as well as infection with minimal incision (less than 1cm) that does not destroy tissue surrounding surgical areas.
05. Patients can be discharged on the day of or day after the procedure. Patients can walk within one or two hours after the procedure.



- Conservative therapies including physical therapies and medication have failed. - Back and leg pain is extremely severe. - There is paralysis of the toe, ankle, leg or bladder and bowel dysfunction. - Patients suffering from HNP (Herniated Nucleus Pulposus) or early spinal stenosis. - Patients having recurrent HNP after HNP surgery.