Discectomy is one of the most common surgical treatments carried out for ruptured or herniated discs of the lumbar spine. During the procedure the surgeon removes part of the damaged disc to relieve the pressure on the nerve tissue and alleviate the pain. The surgery involves a large incision in the skin over the spine, removal of some ligament and bone material to access the disc and remove some of the disc material. Microendoscopic Discectomy is a method for lumbar spine treatment. In this procedure a small skin incision also called as invasive procedure is performed through a tubular device and designed to relieve pain caused by herniated disc.