Back Pain Surgery

Cervical Spine Surgery

Its very essential to take care of the cervical spine. The ligaments and the discs of the vertebra joints are very fragile and critical injury can cause them to swell and cause chronic cervical back pain, spondylosis, HDD, or other form of cervical ailments.

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Surgery For Cervical Stenosis

Cervical Stenosis is a disease which compresses the spinal canal and makes it too small for the spinal cord and nerve roots. This condition sometimes   damages the spinal cord and  leads to a condition called myleopathy.

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Machine For Herniated Disc Repair

Surgery has always been the last option for any kind of treatments in your body. Even great doctors would ask you to go for simpler methods to treat ailments and if nothing works out better, they recommend surgery.

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Herniated Disk Surgery

Herniated disk or ruptured disc or bulging disc is recommended for surgery if the condition of the patient has worsened.  In severe herniated disc, the bulged disc presses the nerves or muscles exaggeratively and the pain troubles the patient a lot.

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Is Back Pain Surgery A Solution?

Do surgery seems the last resort to get relief from severe back pain? Well, the number of cases where the doctors recommend surgery is on the increase these days. But before you go through the surgery procedure, you need to take extreme care.

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Anterior Cervical Discectomy

The tip of the spinal cord near the skull is called the cervical spine. The cervical spine is made up of 7 vertebrae and there are eight pairs of cervical nerves in that area.

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Degenerative Scoliosis

We all have curves in our bones and spines in the trunk, neck etc. They are essential for stability and balance of our body. Scoliosis is a very rare disease, some of the general causes of scoliosis are genetic causes, deformities from the time of birth, inequality in the length of the limbs, problems related to neuromuscles.

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Lumbar Discectomy

Lumbar discectomy is performed as a minimally-invasive procedure to remove the portion of the slipped disc and fuse the vertebra joints. It is also called micro-endoscopic surgery because a small incision of 3 cm to 5 cm is made to correct the disorder of the spine. This kind of discectomy is very safe and the patient can leave the hospital, the very next day of the operation.


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Scoliosis Surgery

Scoliosis has a tendency to progress and there are cases when the curvature of the spine increases more than 70 degrees giving a disfigured shape of your back.

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