Spinal Surgery

Lumbar Herniated Disc
Lumbar disc hernia is one of the most common causes of low back pain. Most people with herniated disc recover in a few weeks with rest, anti-inflammatory drugs and physical therapy. Some people need surgery or injections of corticosteroids.
Laminectomy
How Laminectomy is Performed?Laminectomy involves cutting off the lamina which is part of the bone (vertebrae) that makes up the spine. The procedure can help take the pressure off the spinal cord and nerves. By removing the compression, t…
Scoliosis
Treatment depends on the progression of the disease. It can be treated with a prosthesis or a device. Also, it depends on the angle that makes the arc.
Spinal Cord Compression
Spinal cord compression happens when pressure is put on spinal cord due to different reasons, for example, spinal injury or tumor, Rheumatoid arthritis or infection.
Vertebral Fusion
The vertebral fusion is inserting screws and cages to keep the spine. This is because the spine has become loose due to injury or pain, so the spine needs to be fixed.
Kyphoplasty
A few people have to undergo lumbar disc herniation surgery. Your doctor may need to prescribe six weeks of routine medication procedures, and if the medication does not respond, he will consider an operation.
Cervical Disc
The most challenging neck disease is the cervical disc. The cartilage material between the cervical vertebrae moves forward and causes pressure on the cervical nerves and also creates a very intense inflammatory reaction.
Neck Disc
In the absence of adequate treatment response, the surgical procedures for treating the neck disks are used.
Lumbar Discectomy Surgery
A few people have to undergo lumbar disc herniation surgery. Your doctor may need to prescribe six weeks of routine medication procedures, and if the medication does not respond, he will consider an operation.
Spinal Surgery