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February 23, 2017 By: Dr. Luis M. Tumialàn
The spine is an extremely complex structure that comprises of individual vertebrae that are connected by ligaments and muscles, which house the spinal cord – the single most important structure between the body and brain. In order to understand the effects of spinal injuries properly, it is necessary to understand how the spinal cord functions.
October 11, 2016 By: Luis Manuel Tumialan MD
Dr. Luis Manuel Tumialán has established himself as one of the leading spine surgeons in the nation, not only for his performance of surgical spine procedures, but also for the meticulous care he invests into the diagnostic and planning stages of those procedures. Dr. Tumialán understands that, without accurate diagnosis and careful planning, the most advanced surgical techniques and finely honed skills will be for naught. This is why he uses MRI imaging and CT scans to plan your spinal surgery at his Phoenix, AZ spine center.
September 8, 2016 By: Luis Manuel Tumialan MD
Degenerative Disc Disease
When people in the greater Phoenix area experience issues with back pain and spinal mobility, they can count on our practice to offer advanced treatment. This means considering the latest surgical techniques to relieve pain and restore a person's mobility whenever possible.
June 10, 2016 By: Luis Manuel Tumialan MD
Dr. Luis Manuel Tumialán has helped numerous people in and around Phoenix who suffer from serious neck and back pain. He offers state-of-the-art surgical treatment to restore mobility and help people experience a renewed sense of wellness.
March 11, 2016 By: Luis Manuel Tumialan MD
Spinal stenosis is a problem commonly seen in Dr. Luis Manuel Tumialán’s patients. This condition is essentially a narrowing of the bone channel along the spinal cord. This narrowing places pressure on the nerves of the spinal cord, which, in turn, results in a number of uncomfortable side effects, including general pain and a weakness or numbness of the legs. Dr. Tumialán offers minimally invasive spine procedures to alleviate back pain and other symptoms of spinal stenosis while minimizing the risks that are typically associated with spinal treatment. We offer minimally invasive treatment for spinal stenosis to our Scottsdale, AZ patients as a way to restore comfort and spinal functions without subjecting them to invasive surgical techniques that require an extensive recovery period.
February 9, 2016 By: Luis Manuel Tumialan MD
Degenerative Disc Disease
Dr. Luis M. Tumialán offers advanced treatment of neck and back pain at his Scottsdale spinal surgery center. Whether a patient's condition calls for guidance in non-invasive care or minimally invasive spine surgery, Dr. Tumialán will offer his expertise to ensure the optimal procedure or combination of procedures are performed to alleviate pain and restore as much mobility as possible.
December 8, 2015 By: Luis Manuel Tumialan MD
Dr. Luis Manuel Tumialán is a leading back pain and spinal cord surgeon serving patients in the greater Scottsdale area. He offers advanced surgical treatment with a focus on restoring total wellness.
October 7, 2015 By: Luis Manuel Tumialan MD
Dr. Luis Manuel Tumialán has helped countless people in Scottsdale and throughout the state of Arizona who suffer from serious spinal conditions. Using minimally invasive spine surgery and other advanced options for care. Dr. Tumialán has been able to help patients be mobile and free from significant pain.
September 7, 2015 By: Luis Manuel Tumialan MD
Dr. Luis Manuel Tumialán offers a comprehensive range of spine procedures using state-of-the-art, minimally invasive techniques. Among the many minimally invasive spine surgery options available at his practice is posterior cervical laminectomy, a procedure that effectively relieves neck pain caused by spinal stenosis. While most people who experience neck pain do not require surgery, and many cases of spinal stenosis produce no symptoms whatsoever, surgical intervention is often the best option for patients who experience chronic neck pain, especially when it accompanies severe cases of spinal stenosis.
August 24, 2015 By: Luis Manuel Tumialan MD
At our practice, a full suite of minimally invasive spine surgery procedures allows us to resolve a variety of painful and often complex issues using the most conservative methods available. This approach allows our patients to enjoy such benefits as improved safety, reduced trauma to healthy tissues, and dramatically shorter and more comfortable healing times.