Revision Spine Surgery
Revision Spine Surgery is a surgery that is performed on certain patients to correct the problem caused by the previous spine surgery. Revision surgery is recommended to patients with chronic pain even after the spine surgery or when bones fail to heal.
Lumbar Micro-Endoscopic Discectomy
Lumbar Micro-Endoscopic discectomy can be defined as a minimal invasive procedure performed through a tubular device and designed to relieve pain caused by herniated discs pressing on nerve roots.
Spine Fracture Fixation
Spinal Fractures are different from a broken arm or leg. A fracture or even dislocation of the vertebrae can cause bone fragments to pinch and damage the spinal nerve. Most spinal fractures occur from falls, car accidents, gunshots, or sports.
Balloon Kyphoplasty and Vertebroplasty
Kyphoplasty and Vertebroplasty have become standard surgical procedures for the treatment of vertebral compression fracture. In this, the body collapses into itself, producing a wedged vertebra.
Anterior Cervical Discectomy
An anterior surgical approach means an approach from the front part of the body. The cervical spine is the spine in the neck, and discectomy is a procedure that removes a herniated intervertebral disc and there are no long-term limitations due to this procedure.
Spinal Tumor Excision
A spinal tumor is an unusual mass of tissue surrounding the spinal cord. Tumors may develop on any nerve in the body, but tumor on the spinal cord and its associated structure is rare. When they occur, the majority of spinal tumors are not cancerous.