The incidence of lumbar intervertebral disc prolapsed and lumber canal stenosis is quite common. Treatment seldom involves surgery. Standard surgical treatment is discectomy or lumber canal decompression with posterior approach. In endospine the approach and surgical technique is the same with very small incision even in obese patients, almost no blood loss and no stitches required. The surgeon's eye is focused right inside the body close to the problem. So though the root is in close proximity of disc, there is almost nill chance of injuring the root as special nerve root retractors are used during the procedure. Apart from aesthetic benefit, the shortened access route and reduced length of skin incision minimizes post operative discomfort and allow for rapid resumption of normal physical activities including sports.