What we say about ourselves isn’t nearly as powerful as what others say about us.
Like when we tell you we have the highest level of patient care, say we’re a great place to work or patients share stories about their pain going away, you don’t have to take our word for it. And we don’t want you to. Instead, we’d prefer you see how independent organizations, like national and local media outlets and Laser Spine Institute reviews, have described our health care outcomes.
It’s true, some Laser Spine Institute complaints do exist online, and you may have already come across unfounded assertions about a Laser Spine Institute lawsuit or allegations of Laser Spine Institute malpractice. What we do want you to know is this — our technology is both proven and effective. And results don’t lie.
In fact, an overwhelming number of national media outlets and the people we care for in our surgery centers have given us positive feedback about the minimally invasive procedures we perform. But don’t take it from us. See for yourself as you read the variety of news articles and patient endorsements. With a 99 percent patient recommendation rate, it’s hard to dispute the facts.^
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How do you measure success? Coming up with the right formula isn’t an exact science. For us, it’s all about the scores of satisfied patients we’ve served for more than a decade. From positive posts on social media to hand-written letters about how surgery changed their lives, these encouraging endorsements provide a significant snapshot of our performance. And when you add in the reviews the media has given us, we’d say that’s a pretty solid way to track our progress.
Laser Spine Institute is in the news and we want you to read all about it. See what some major media outlets and premier publications are saying about our minimally invasive surgical techniques that result in lower costs and shorter recovery times.
How does Laser Spine Institute help those with back pain through the use of state-of-the-art techniques that are an effective alternative to traditional open back procedures? See what our community of patients has to say:
Had surgery in Jan. Best thing that happened to me in years. Pain is gone and has not returned. If you are someone who is scared and who has heard horror stories let me ease your mind. The folks were very friendly and professional. They took care of ALL the paperwork. They actually took the time to look at MRI’s with me and explain in detail and in lay mans terms what they were going to do. Very minimally invasive. Less recovery time. After years of living with pain and one doctor after another telling there was nothing wrong with my back, LSI said yes there was and they fixed it. They also do follow ups via phone calls and emails. 99% of other surgery places do not do that. Thank you LSI.
Posted by Martin Fox on August 3, 2015
Back in the saddle. Rode right under 1000 miles over the weekend. Back and neck feel great. Thank you so very much Dr Weber and staff at LSI.10 weeks and I am amazed. I had constant pain with every step before surgery. Today I was able to ride my horse (for only a little) but it was awesome. I never thought I could ride again. I have no words adequate enough to say thank you.
Posted by Lynn Anderson on July 6, 2015
Hi, everyone reading this post about my experience at LSI in Tampa. I to saw the ads and commercials. Had pain in my upper neck and lower back and left leg from thigh to foot for many years. I had got to the point where I could no longer bend down to tie my shoes or even pick up my grandchildren. Standing for more than an hour was out of the question. This was not good since I am a maintenance supervisor and own a renovation company so I have to bend and lift all the time. So I made the call after months of research and reading reviews, the local Dr. told me that there was nothing that could be done for my back and that the disk in my neck would have to be replaced. What a great decision I made, I have no pain in my neck, back, or leg. I can bend and tie my shoes and I can I pick up my babies again. Dr. Weber changed my life and made me whole again. The entire staff and reps you work with are the best. Great location and facility. A huge thanks to everyone at Laser Spine Institute Tampa. Don’t live in pain any longer give them a call, you will be glad you did.
Posted by Lynn Anderson on July 6, 2015
Well day 4 after lumbar surgery, yes now the steroidal injection from surgery is wearing off, and EXACTLY as It was explained to me I would start to feel a little discomfort, lower back and some minor weakness in leg(s) were possible too. That is a yes, but diminishing as time goes by……it was back surgery. I can still move much better and don’t have the full time chronic pain I had previously. I know I’m an impatient person at times, but can’t wait till my full recovery comes to a close, and THANK YOU AGAIN….LASER SPINE INSTITUTE. Still following my marching orders, I promise!
Jeff Slifer Sr.
There has been Several people asking questions about Laser Spine Institute. I went to the Tampa site in April 2015 for lumbar and May 2015 for Cervical and I truly can not say enough Wonderful things about it! The best decision I ever made! If you need spinal surgery I HIGHLY Recomend this facility. I stayed at the Sailport, again Great Stay and they give discounts to Laser Spine patients. Look up Sailport inTampa and call them direct to make a reservation and let them know your a patient, that’s it… Again if you are having spine problems and nothing else worked call laser spine they will answer any questions you might have and instruct you on what is needed and help with anything you need…. I LOVE THIS PLACE!!!
Posted by Sandra Petrella Hennessey on July 13, 2015
Minimally invasive spine surgery outside of a hospital is one way to improve a troubled and costly health care system. Our facilities are known as “ambulatory surgery centers,” or ASCs, where patients receive high-quality, lower-cost care compared to traditional hospital options.
We’re recognized for delivering the highest level of patient care by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC). The AAAHC is the leader in developing standards to advance and promote patient safety, quality care and value for ambulatory health care through peer-based accreditation processes, education and research. Its standards are stringent and far exceed those required by state law.
The AAAHC is the official accrediting organization for the U.S. Air Force and the U.S. Coast Guard and a wide variety of ambulatory health care settings including ambulatory surgery centers, community health centers, medical and dental group practices, medical home practices and managed care organizations.