Minimal Invasive Spine Surgery

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Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery

Minimally invasive spine surgery is a type backbone surgery that does not involve long incision as was with the case of open surgery. It reduces the risk of damage to the surrounding muscles and hence providing patients with reduced pain and faster post-surgery recovery. We have an expert team of doctors who have specialization in Must and treated a number of patients. During this surgery, health specialist makes a small incision in the patients back and then inserts a device named as tubular retractor which creates a tunnel to open the problem causing area. The surrounding muscles are gently moved by the tool so that the surgeon can easily operate the spine. Our professionals use special microscope and real time x-ray systems for the surgery.

Reasons why you should take Must

Normally, your healthcare provider might have suggested you to opt for surgical treatment in order to get rid of never ending back pain. We advice you to take Must in the following cases –

  • Spinal stenosis (narrowing of the spinal canal)
  • Spinal deformities (like scoliosis)
  • Spinal instability
  • Herniated disc
  • Spondylolysis (a defect in part of a lower vertebrae)
  • Fractured vertebra
  • Removal of a tumor in the spine
  • Infection in the spine

Still not clear? Consult us today! We will provide you with the best possible solution to your problem. After under in-depth study on the patient’s medical history and current problem, our experts will provide you the correct on if Must is the right choice for you.

Risks involved in Must

Every surgery has its own risk, so does Must

  • Infection
  • Excess bleeding
  • Pain at the graft site
  • Nerve damage
  • Blood clots
  • Complications from anesthesia
  • Leaking of spinal fluid. This may cause headaches or other problems.
  • Not enough relief of your back pain

Although the risk may vary for every individual depending upon factors such as their age, previous surgeries, general health, living habits etc.

For the best quality treatment, book your appointment with us today. Our experts will guide you and provide all the necessary information about the surgery procedures.