Category: spine surgery

Annette E.

Posted on June 23, 2015

This 51-year-old female presented 2 years after undergoing a posterior spinal fusion with the robotic assistance L2-L4 in Texas.  She flew to see Dr. Lehman as she had significant low back pain and was unable to stand erect to perform ... Read More

JoAnn L.

Posted on June 18, 2015

This 57-year-old woman is the wife of an Orthopaedic Surgeon from Kansas.  She came to see Dr. Lehman after being told that she needed her entire spine fused because of her scoliosis and right hip pain. She was very active, ... Read More

MIS Surgery Techniques

Posted on June 18, 2015

MIS Tubular Surgery offers Dr. Lehman a way to decompress or fuse several levels through very small incisions. Often surgeries can be done through an incision the size of a quarter! See some of these MIS techniques and technologies in ... Read More

Dr. B.

Posted on June 18, 2015

This 57-year-old physician who flew from Texas to see Dr. Lehman. She presented with a significant scoliosis (bending to the side) and kyphosis (bending to the front), as well as cervical myelopathy. She was unable to perform her occupation as ... Read More