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Spine Surgery

Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery

Minimally invasive spine surgery (MISS) is a substitute to standard open surgical technique performed to treat different spinal disorders, like degenerative disc disease, herniated disc, scoliosis, and spinal stenosis. Spine surgery done minimally invasively may offer several promising benefits like quicker recovery time.

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Spinal Compression Fracture Treatment

Treatment of a spinal fracture caused by osteoporosis is generally two-pronged, involving both treatment of the fracture, and treatment of the underlying osteoporosis which led to the fracture.

Fracture treatment

Treatment for the vertebral fracture will generally involve non-surgical care, like rest, pain medication, use of heat or ice for local pain, and slow return to movability. Surgery might also be appropriate. The most common kind of surgery for this type of fracture is kyphoplasty which can help the fracture heal quickly.

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Spinal Cord Stimulation

Spinal cord stimulation is a treatment / therapy which masks pain signals before they reach the brain. A small device, identical to a pacemaker, is placed in the body to deliver electrical pulses to the spinal cord. It has helped many people manage their chronic pain symptoms and reduce the use of opioid medications. It could be an option if you suffer chronic back, leg or arm pain and have not found relief with other therapies / treatments.

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Spinal Fusion

Spinal fusion is a surgery / treatment to permanently connect 2 or more vertebrae in your spine, removing the movement between them. Spinal fusion includes procedures devised to mimic the normal healing process of broken bones. During spinal fusion, your surgeon lays down bone or a bone like or similar material within the space between 2 spinal vertebrae. With the help of instrumentation outcomes can be further improved, and vertebrae can be kept together, so they can heal into one solid unit.

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Spinal Reconstructive Surgery (Deformities)

Spinal reconstructive surgery might be required for patients who have a deformity or misalignment which affects a major segment of the spine. The technique includes more than one level of the spine and corrects significant spinal deformities, balances the newly shaped spine with rods and pins, and connects the vertebrae together. In some of the cases, entire vertebrae is removed and replaced with artificial devices to replace the diseased segment.

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Neuro-stimulation is the determined alteration of the nervous system's activity using invasive (for example microelectrodes) or non-invasive. Neuro-stimulation generally refers to the electromagnetic procedures to neuromodulation.

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Disc Replacement

The disc is soft material located between 2 vertebrae, which acts like a cushion and allows movement of the neck. The patient has both the arm and neck pain. The first step of treatment is rest, pain relief medication, physiotherapy and a soft cervical collar. This simple treatment is useful in the vast majority of cases. Surgery / treatment for cervical disc prolapse is done in a setting of neck and arm pain known as radiculopathy that has proved unresponsive to pain relief medicine, and physiotherapy, or if the patient has loss of function or weakness or in extreme conditions like paralysis of the muscles of the arm.

Some of the benefits of disc replacement surgery include a higher success rate for reduced back pain, and increased mobility. It also offers faster recovery than spinal fusion since there is no need to wait for the fusing of vertebrae or for the bones to weld.

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