Dr. Kuper’s specialties include complex spinal reconstruction surgery, Scoliosis correction, and surgery for degenerative disease of the spine.
Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) January 17, 2014
North American Spine is pleased to announce the addition of Dr. Mark Kuper to its physician team.
The leader in minimally invasive spine surgery welcomes Dr. Kuper, whose offices are based in the Dallas-Ft. Worth, Texas region. Dr. Kuper’s specialties include complex spinal reconstruction surgery, Scoliosis correction, and surgery for degenerative disease of the spine.
Dr. Kuper also specializes in Microdiscectomy, cervical disc removal, as well as fusion cervical decompressions.
After playing football at the University of Texas, Dr. Kuper went on to earn his medical degree at the University Of North Texas College Of Osteopathic Medicine. He then completed orthopedic surgery training at the Osteopathic Medical Center of North Texas in Fort Worth, Texas Tech Health Sciences Center in Lubbock, and completed his fellowship at the University of California in San Diego.
He has taken part in numerous research publications and is a member of the Society for Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery. Dr. Kuper is board certified in Orthopedic Surgery.
North American Spine patients treated by Dr. Kuper will receive treatment at Victory Mid-Cities Hospital in Hurst, Texas.
Dr. Kuper’s primary office is on the southwest side of Fort Worth. He also sees patients in Weatherford.
North American Spine is best known for its exclusive AccuraScope procedure. The AccuraScope is an advanced, minimally invasive procedure used to both diagnose and treat inter-vertebral lumbar discs, spinal stenosis and many other causes of chronic back pain.
Using a live x-ray for guidance and a tiny incision, the doctor inserts an endoscopic fiber-optic scope, like a small tube, through a small incision in the skin and into a natural opening at the base of the spine.
The doctor then examines the inside of the spinal canal and the discs of the lower back, from both sides of the spinal canal, to identify any tears, ruptures, herniations, bulges, scar tissues or other abnormalities. He then identifies inflammation and diagnoses the pain source in real time.
A number of instruments are used, including a laser, to shrink the damaged disc(s) or scar tissue, or treat the spinal stenosis, and relieve pressure on the spinal nerve(s). This mild spine procedure is usually completed in 30 to 40 minutes. Many patients experience immediate relief.
To learn more about Dr. Kuper, the procedures he offers, and North American Spine, visit http://www.northamericanspine.com.