Minimally Invasive Neurosurgery of Texas Enhances Telehealth Services for Patients’ Convenience
In line with the guidelines presented by WHO, CDC, and other health organizations, Minimally Invasive Neurosurgery of Texas (MINT) takes pride in constantly upgrading the quality of Telehealth services that it provides to keep its patients healthy via remote sessions. For more information about their telehealth services, visit https://minimallyinvasiveneurosurgerytexas.com/telehealth-technology/
Plano, TX (PRUnderground) November 26th, 2020
Minimally Invasive Neurosurgery of Texas (MINT) is a renowned medical facility that offers a range of Minimally Invasive Surgeries (MIS) that have proved to be highly efficient for treating spinal injuries and providing relief to individuals suffering from back pain and joint pain. MINT is owned and managed by Dr. Scott Kutz, a board-certified neurosurgeon specializing in the treatment of spinal conditions such as degenerative disc disease, herniated discs, spinal tumors, and spinal stenosis. Dr. Kutz has set new standards of responsible leadership and proactive decision making by introducing state-of-the-art Telehealth services at MINT to adhere to the recommendations of social distancing and minimize the spread of Coronavirus.
Telehealth and medicine involve the use of digital channels, communication systems, and information to provide healthcare to patients. The COVID-19 pandemic has motivated a lot of health institutes to rely upon technology to ensure smooth operations. Minimally Invasive Neurosurgery of Texas has invested considerable capital, time, and efforts to establish a telehealth program that aims to enable its patients to consult with their surgeons online and save them from the hassle of traveling to the clinic. While talking about the benefits of telehealth services, one of the spokespersons of MINT said: “Here, at the Minimally Invasive Neurosurgery of Texas, our surgeons believe that telehealth and telemedicine are making a positive contribution to preoperative and postoperative care during the pandemic. Telehealth technology has enabled MINT to provide postoperative care to patients without causing them to visit the clinic and meet the surgeon in person. Now, you can communicate with our surgeon through a video conferencing app and seek postoperative care. At the same time, our surgeon evaluates you, review your signs and symptoms, and tell you what medications to take for speeding up the process of rehabilitation. So, it is quite convenient for the patient to take the benefits of telehealth technology.”
Surgeons at MINT have been able to leverage the potential of telehealth to provide Preoperative care for MIS to their patients. People who have complaints regarding pain in muscles or joints can take advice from surgeons without traveling to the facility. This minimizes the risk of spreading COVID-19 to a greater extent. Surgeons can prescribe physiotherapy or other medicine if pain can be treated via these techniques. In case surgeons feel that MIS is inevitable, the surgeon will ask the patient to visit the facility. The management at MINT performs COVID-19 RT-PCR tests before and after the surgery and advise the patients to stay at home for at least two weeks in the quarantine when their tests are COVID-19 positive.
Individuals who wish to receive medical advice regarding back pain and potential spinal condition, but are concerned about contracting COVID-19, should contact MINT today to book an online appointment with a qualified surgeon.
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About Minimally Invasive Neurosurgery of Texas
MINT focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of spinal and cranial disorders. We specialize in treating patients with degenerative disc disease, herniated discs, spinal stenosis, spinal tumors, as well as other spinal disorders. Our head neurosurgeon, Dr. Kutz, has a special interest in minimally invasive surgical procedures, artificial disc replacement, spinal cord stimulation and neuromodulation, and the treatment of thoracic disorders, spine tumors, complex revision, and sacroiliac joint disorders. At MINT, we use the most innovative surgical techniques to help patients get back to life.