Most Advanced Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery at Affordable Cost at World Class Hospitals in India
You Deserve to Get Back to Pain Free, Good Quality Life SooIf you have been advised spine neurosurgery your first choice should be the latest minimally invasive technique developed by our world class hospitals in India. Most advanced Technology like Intra Operative MRI, Brain Suite and Computer Assisted Navigation System are deployed by highly trained surgeons for accurate and safe Spine Surgeries through a small incision.
Excellent Outcomes and Affordable Cost is Assured.
Why You Should Choose World Class Spine Neurosurgery Hospitals in India ?
Dedicated team of International trained and vastly experienced Neurosurgeons, Neurologist, Physicians and Physiotherapist.
Latest Generation Diagnostic and Imaging facilities including dynamic digital X rays, Spiral CT scanning , MRI and Electro – physiology unit all under one roof.
Use of most advanced Surgical techniques for treatment of Brain Tumor ailments with focus on Minimal Access Micro Endo – scopic Brain Tumor Neurosurgery.
Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation by experts after the surgery help you regain functional abilities quickly helping in vastly improved overall results.
Benefits of Minimally Invasive Spine SurgeryMost advanced Technology like Intra Operative MRI, Brain Suite and Computer Assisted Navigation System are deployed by highly trained surgeons for accurate and safe Spine Surgeries through a small incision.
- Smaller incisions, usually a few smaller scars instead of one larger scar.
- Less tissue dissection. Less damage to surrounding muscles.
- Less blood loss, quicker healing, shorter hospital stay, and less pain.
- Quicker return to daily activities.
Advanced Minimally Invasive Spine Treatments Available in India With Excellent Outcome Track Records
There are Two Common Types of Spine Surgery Decompression Procedures:
Microsurgical DiscectomyA microdiscectomy (a microdecompression) is typically performed for pain from a lumbar herniated disc. The surgery is considered reliable for leg pain caused by the herniated disc, most commonly called sciatica by patients, and most commonly referred to by medical practitioners as a radiculopathy.
Lumbar LaminectomyA lumbar laminectomy (open decompression) is typically performed for pain from lumbar spinal stenosis. The goal of the surgery is to allow more room for the nerve root, thus reducing pain (and potentially any leg weakness or neurological symptoms) and restoring the patient’s ability to participate in everyday activities.
Slipped Disc Surgery – Percutaneous Endoscopic Lumbar Discectomy (PELD)An advanced minimal invasive technique, Percutaneous endoscopic lumbar discectomy (PELD) is performed for the decompression of the lumbar disc space and removal of nucleus pulposus via a posterolateral approach. In addition to decompression surgery, the technique has been found effective in management of spinal tumors and structural deformities.Surgery is done under local anesthesia with conscious sedation.No muscle, ligament or normal tissue damage and minimal blood loss.Patient can be discharged in 24 hrs. No prolonged bed rest required after surgery. Early return to work.
Transforaminal Interbody Lumbar Fusion (TLIF)Transforaminal Lumbar Fusion (TLIF) is a surgical technique that is performed from a posterior approach to stabilize the spinal vertebrae and disc between. By going through the transforaminal direction there is less bone removed so thus less disturbance to the site. By fusing the vertebrae to eliminate any movement between the bones, the spine is stabilized and a reduction of pain and nerve irritation is accomplished.Post a Query
Vertebroplasty & KyphoplastyVertebroplasty and kyphoplasty are used to treat painful vertebral compression fractures in the spinal column, which are a common result of osteoporosis. Your doctor may use imaging guidance to inject a cement mixture into the fractured bone (vertebroplasty) or insert a balloon into the fractured bone to create a space and then fill it with cement (kyphoplasty).
Posterior Lumbar Interbody Fusion (PLIF)Posterior Lumbar Interbody Fusion (PLIF) is a surgical technique for placing bone graft between adjacent vertebrae (Interbody). Using various instruments, the disc is removed through the right and left sides of the spinal canal and the intervertebral space, which has been cleared, is then packed with bone graft and a bone block or cage implant. Instrumentation, such as pedicle screws, are used to provide support for the fused vertebrae. Doing a pure PLIF surgery has the advantage that it can provide anterior fusion of the disc space without having a second incision.Refer a Patient
“Am I going to need Surgery to fix my Back or Neck Pain ? “
“When diagnosed with degenerative disc disease, one of the first things that many patients ask is – Am I going to need Surgery to fix my Back or Neck Pain ?”
- Spine surgery is needed only for severe cases and for taking an informed decision you must consult with an experience Spine Neurosurgeon.
- Surgery may be required immediately if pain is unbearable and is affecting all aspects of a patient’s life or is resulting in conditions like Loss of bowel or bladder control.
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