Endoscopic Spine Surgery is a surgery that uses small tubular system or micro incisions, assisted with an endoscopic view for visualization. It is a Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery (MISS) and provides patients with quick recovery and excellent results than the traditional spine surgery. The surgery preserves normal spine mobility and does not require infusion of any kind of wires or rods inside the body. During the surgery, the surgeon gains access to the vertebrae by placing a series of tubes. The two goals of a Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery are Decompression and Stabilization. MISS takes pressure off the spinal cord and the nerve roots and helps in treating spinal conditions like degenerated disc disease, herniated disc, scoliosis and spinal stenoids.