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Orthopedic Spine Surgery

Scoliosis Surgery

Scoliosis surgery is a medical procedure designed to correct abnormal curvature of the spine. Scoliosis is a condition where the spine curves sideways,Surgery is typically considered when the curvature progresses significantly and non-surgical treatments like bracing and physical therapy aren't effective. During scoliosis surgery, metal rods, screws, or other devices are implanted along the spine to straighten and stabilize it. Bone grafts may also be used to fuse certain vertebrae together, preventing further curvature.

Spine Fracture & InfectionTreatment

Spine fracture treatment involves pain management, bracing, or surgery based on severity. Infections are treated with antibiotics or antifungal meds; severe cases might need surgery. Prompt diagnosis and tailored treatment aim to relieve pain, restore function, and prevent complications.

Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery

Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery (MISS) is an advanced surgical approach that utilizes small incisions and specialized instruments to treat various spine conditions. Unlike traditional open surgery, which involves larger incisions and muscle disruption, MISS aims to minimize tissue damage and promote faster recovery. Consulting with a spine specialist can help determine whether minimally invasive spine surgery is appropriate for an individual's needs.

Endoscopic Spine Surgery

Endoscopic spine surgery is a minimally invasive surgical technique used to treat various spinal conditions. It involves the use of an endoscope, a thin tube with a camera and light attached, which allows surgeons to access and visualize the spine through small incisions.During endoscopic spine surgery, the endoscope is inserted through a small incision, guided by imaging techniques like fluoroscopy or X-rays. The camera provides a detailed view of the surgical area on a monitor, enabling the surgeon to perform precise procedures without the need for larger incisions or muscle disruption.

Lumbar & Cervical Disc Surgery

Lumbar Disc Surgery: A surgical procedure to treat issues in the lower back (lumbar) region caused by damaged or herniated discs. It involves removing or repairing the affected disc to alleviate pain and pressure on nerves. Cervical Disc Surgery: A surgical procedure to address problems in the neck (cervical) region due to damaged or herniated discs. The procedure involves removing or replacing the problematic disc to relieve pain and nerve compression in the neck and upper body.

Spine Deformity Correction Surgery

A surgical procedure to address abnormal curvatures of the spine, such as scoliosis or kyphosis. It involves realigning the spine through the use of techniques like fusion, instrumentation (metal implants), and osteotomy (bone repositioning) to improve posture, reduce pain, and enhance overall spinal alignment.

Advanced Spine Pain Management

An approach to treating chronic spine-related pain using specialized techniques and technologies. This may include nerve blocks, epidural injections, radiofrequency ablation, spinal cord stimulation, and minimally invasive procedures. The goal is to alleviate pain, improve function, and enhance the patient's quality of life through targeted interventions that focus on the source of pain in the spine.

Nerve Root Blocks

Medical procedures involving the injection of medication, such as local anesthetics or steroids, near specific nerves in the spine known as nerve roots. These injections are used to diagnose and alleviate pain caused by conditions like herniated discs or spinal stenosis. By temporarily numbing or reducing inflammation around the nerve, nerve root blocks can provide pain relief and help determine the source of the pain.

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