ISASS policy guideline

December 23, 2019

ISASS Policy Guideline– Surgical Treatment of Lumbar Disc Herniation with Radiculopathy

ISASS Policy Guideline – Surgical Treatment of Lumbar Disc Herniation with Radiculopathy Morgan Lorio, MD, FACS,1 Choll Kim, MD, PhD,2  Ali Araghi, DO,3 Jason Inzana, PhD,4 James J. Yue, MD5 1 Advanced Orthopedics – Altamonte Springs, Florida, 2 Spine Institute of San Diego – San Diego, California, 3 The CORE Institute – Sun City West,  Arizona, 4 Telos Partners, LLC – Denver, Colorado, 5 CT Orthopaedics; Frank H. Netter School of Medicine – Hamden, Connecticut   Abstract Lumbar disc herniation is a frequent cause of low back pain and radiculopathy, disability, and diminution in quality of life. While nonsurgical care remains the mainstay of initial treatment, symptoms that persist for prolonged periods of time are well-treated with discectomy surgery.  A […]