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Comparatively, RAPID treatments can be used in the prevention of invasive surgeries. Surgery is sometimes necessary, but only when all of the other existing options have been exhausted.
Within 5- 10 sessions, clients have reported up to 100% decrease in symptoms as well as a return to a normal healthy lifestyle. 5 sessions will cost $450 in office. Far less expensive and non invasive than open surgery.
Taken from: https://health.costhelper.com/back-surgery.html
Back surgery, which is needed in only a small percentage of back pain cases, usually is recommended to be considered only when non-surgical treatments have failed to relieve symptoms and when the problem is caused by a pinched nerve, the spinal cord being compressed or excess movement between bones.
For patients not covered by health insurance, a laminectomy, typically used to treat spinal stenosis , a narrowing of the spine that occurs mostly in people over 50, typically costs $50,000 to $90,000.
For patients not covered by health insurance, spinal fusion, typically used to treat conditions such as a slipped vertebra, fractured vertebra or other spinal instability, typically costs $80,000 to $150,000 or more; a surgery in which high-end titanium implants are used instead typically will fall on the higher end.
Back surgery is covered by most health insurance plans if ordered by a doctor. According to eSpine.com , the website of a Los Angeles back surgeon, most insurance plans will cover spinal surgery. Medicare generally covers back surgery.
For patients covered by insurance, assuming the deductible has been met, typical out-of-pocket costs would consist of coinsurance of between 10 and 40 percent of the procedure, for a total of $200 to $2,000 or more, up to the yearly out-of-pocket maximum. Patients on a forum at Spine-Health.com discuss out-of-pocket costs.