Department of Spine Surgery, Yashoda Hospitals, Hyderabad
Spinal diseases are conditions that affect the backbone or spinal cord. These diseases include various conditions such as kyphosis, lumbar spine stenosis, spinal muscular atrophy, ankylosing spondylitis, spinal tumors, and many others. These diseases are often caused due to events that directly damage the spine such as trauma to the face, neck, head, and back, excessive sports activities, falling from a height, etc.
The major symptoms that manifest a person suffering from a spine condition are problems in walking, losing control of bladder movements, inability or difficulty in moving arms or legs, headache, stiffness or pain in the neck and back regions, numbness or tingling sensation in the extremities, etc.
The Department of Spine Surgery at Yashoda Hospitals, Hyderabad comprises a dedicated group of spine surgeons, neurosurgeons, neuro-physicians, rehabilitative surgeons, and technical staff. This department deals with multiple spine conditions with exceptional expertise such as emergency spine traumas performing complex spinal deformity corrections. We also take care of degenerative spine diseases using minimally invasive spine surgeries (keyhole surgeries).
At Yashoda Hospitals, we have a multidisciplinary approach for the treatment of pain with specialists in neurology, anesthesiology, physical, occupational therapy, and psychology to provide complete care to the patients. We offer multiple types of spine surgeries such as minimally invasive spine surgeries, management of congenital, chronic or acute spinal disorders, management of back problems and other strains, sprains. We also aid in the management of most complex spine problems like scoliosis, high-grade listhesis, fracture-dislocation & complex post-tuberculosis deformity.
The team utilizes a wide variety of medical and surgical treatment procedures to effectively treat all kinds of spine diseases. They work closely with each other to determine the best procedures depending on each patient’s condition.
At Yashoda Hospitals, Hyderabad, we take pride in having the best spine surgeons in Hyderabad who work in collaboration with neurosurgeons and rehabilitative surgeons to chart the best treatment plans after an accurate diagnosis for all the patients.
Spine surgeons at the Department of Spine Surgery combine their experience, expertise, and innovation to offer the most appropriate surgical approaches for treating various spine conditions. We believe in providing comprehensive care to all the patients by offering a full spectrum of cervical, thoracic and lumbar procedures for the treatment of degenerative and inflammatory conditions of the spine, spinal trauma, and deformities.
We specialize in conventional and innovative approaches and constantly strive to deliver the maximum value with the minimally invasive surgery.
The Department of Spine Surgery at Yashoda Hospitals, Hyderabad is committed to providing the best surgical and medical care for the spine and overall health of the patients.
We have years of experience in conducting the most successful spinal surgeries with the state of the art facilities, our dedicated care, and expertise in this surgery makes us stand out.
Over the years, we have performed XXX successful spine surgeries.
We believe in providing comprehensive care to all patients.
Technology & Facilities
We provide state-of-the-art facilities at the Center for Spine Surgery for all kinds of spine-related conditions and injuries.
We have a multi-disciplinary approach for the treatment of chronic pain with the help of the expert professionals in neurology, anesthesiology, physical and occupational therapy, and psychology to provide complete care to a patient by collaborating with each other for the best results.
Our advanced technology includes:
- Percutaneous Discectomy
- Intradiscal Electro Thermocoagulation (IDET)
- Laparoscopic Lumbar Fusion
What is the amount of risk in laser spine surgery? Which is the best hospital for it in Hyderabad?
Laser spine surgery involves a very small amount of risk depending on the expertise of the surgeon and the condition of the patient. However, with any surgery there is always a small amount of risk of contamination, etc so choosing the best surgeons for this surgery is essential to prevent any major risks.
Yashoda Hospitals is one of the best hospitals for laser surgery in Hyderabad due to the expert team of professionals including spine surgeons, neurosurgeons, neuro-physicians, rehabilitative surgeons, and technical staff.
Is there a difference between endoscopic spine surgery and minimally invasive spine surgery?
Endoscopic surgery is a type of minimally invasive surgery in which the surgeon gains access to the vertebrae by placing a series of tubes to decrease the interruption to the muscles and tissues. It is performed to relieve the pain caused by herniated discs that press the nerve endings.
What is the best hospital for brain tumor surgery in Hyderabad?
Yashoda Hospitals is one of the best hospitals for brain tumor surgery in Hyderabad due to advanced technology as well as years of expertise.
What is the duration of spine surgery?
The duration of spine surgery depends on various factors such as the type of procedure, the number of vertebrae involved in the surgery, and the stage or severity of the spinal disease. On average, this surgery can take anywhere between 2 hours to 6-7 hours, and sometimes even longer.
What is spinal fusion surgery?
Spinal fusion surgery is a type of spinal surgery that is aimed at joining two or more vertebrae to stabilize them so that they fuse together to become one. This surgery can be performed on any part of the spine and prevents any movement between the fused vertebrae.
What is lumbar spine surgery?
Lumbar decompression of spine surgery is a type of surgery performed on the lumbar spine region. It is used to treat the compressed nerves in the lumbar or lower spine. This surgery is mainly aimed at improving symptoms such as persistent pain and numbness in the legs that are caused due to pressure on the nerves in the lumbar spine region.
How long does it usually take to recover from spine surgery?
Depending on the type of surgery the surgeon performs on the patient and depending on other factors such as the patient’s age, condition, recovery may take at least 3 to 4 months for the bones to heal properly and in some conditions may also take up to a year to recover.
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Health Blogs for Spine
Spinal Cord Injury
Jun 11, 2020 12:52
The spinal cord is an elongated and cylinder-shaped collection of nerves that arise from the end of the brain and extends into the neck and back region. It forms a primary communication channel between the brain and the body. Consult the best Spinal Cord Injury treatment doctors in India at Yashoda Hospitals
వెన్నునొప్పికి అత్యాధునిక మరియు సురక్షితమైన పుల్ ఎండోస్కోపిక్ శస్త చికిత్సలు
Jul 23, 2019 17:59
ఆధునిక సర్జరీల వల్ల వెన్నుకూ, కండరాలతో సహా వెన్ను నిర్మాణానికి జరిగే నష్టాన్ని వీలైనంత కనీన స్థాయికి తగ్గించే విధంగా ‘ఫుల్ ఎండోస్కోపిక్ స్పైన్ సర్జరీలను రూపొందించారు.
Herniated disc, its causes, symptoms and treatment – PELD
Jun 07, 2019 17:41
Degenerative diseases of the spine or slip disc can be managed in two ways: Conservative therapy and surgical intervention. The choice of treatment largely depends on case-to-case scenario, underlying medical condition and the requirements of the patient
How to treat women with hunched back & Osteoporosis?
Sep 28, 2018 17:57
Yes, osteoporosis is one of the common reasons of hunchback. People with osteoporosis most experience damage of bones in the upper (thoracic) spine. These bones break causing back pain, loss in height and a stooped or hunched posture, called kyphosis.
Facet Joint Arthropathy – What is it and how is it treated?
Aug 31, 2018 11:00
Facet joint arthropathy also known as facet joint arthrosis, facet joint osteoarthritis is the damage to facet joints that hold spinal vertebrae. There are several treatment options such as prescription medicines, nerve radiofrequency ablation, and spinal fusion surgery.
Low Back Pain – a Constant Pain for the Human Race
May 18, 2018 17:41
Back pain is common, 8 out of 10 people suffer back pain at some time of their life. Majority of people have nothing seriously wrong with their body. The Costs-to-Society are huge, hence it’s a problem which has to be acted upon and rectified as early as possible.
How Potholes and Bumps on roads may cause back pain in Youngsters?
Jun 14, 2016 05:14
When Sheetal Verma purchased a two-wheeler an year ago, she was more than excited about it. However, as weeks and months passed, her joy and excitement gradually waned away, as the bumps and pot-holes on the roads have taken their toll on her health with back pain, spine and neck injuries ruining her general health […]
Myelopathy or spinal cord compression is one of the most common causes of cervical or neck pain
Jun 06, 2016 10:41
Myelopathy is a nervous system disorder that affects the spinal cord. It is seen as Cervical myelopathy (compression of the spinal cord in the neck), Lumbar myelopathy (nervous system disorder that affects the spinal cord in the lower spine) and Thoracic myelopathy (nervous disorder that affects the spinal cord in the middle thoracic spine region). […]
Degenerative Disc Disease develops gradually and can have a multitude of related problems
Jun 02, 2016 04:29
Degenerative Disc Disease is a condition in which pain is caused due to damaged disc. The disc(s) act as shock-absorbers of the spine, help the latter to stay flexible and adapt to the demands of changing body postures. Each disc has two parts, anulus fibrosus (the outer layer) and nucleus pulposus (soft core). Tender and […]
Cauda equina syndrome may be caused by a herniated disk, tumor, infection, fracture, or narrowing of the spinal canal
May 02, 2016 09:02
Cauda equina syndrome is a condition where the spine nerve roots are compressed. If neglected it may lead to incontinence and permanent paralysis of the legs. In Latin, cauda equina means horse’s tail. The nerves at the end of the spine are spread out, to resemble a horse’s tail. Located in the lumbosacral spine, these […]
Chronic back pain is a fall-out of spinal muscles, nerves, bones, discs or tendons’ problems
Apr 13, 2016 09:11
Back pain is one of the most common health problems seen in all age groups, worldwide. Most of the back pains can be prevented by simple home-based treatments and correcting the body mechanics. Surgery is considered as a last resort in the treatment of back pain. CAUSES Back pain occurs due to muscle or ligament […]
Step-by-step process to handle Spinal Trauma
Dec 27, 2015 09:12
The spine provides support to the back of the neck (cervical), chest (thoracic), abdomen (lumbar) and lowers abdomen (sacral) regions of the body. It is one of the most highly used organs of the human body that is continuously under stress and pressure. Spinal injuries occur when the spine is subjected to take a position […]
Lower back pain or lumbago – A common disorder involving the muscles and bones of the back
Dec 22, 2015 05:19
Yashoda Hospitals Hyderabad’s Low Backache Check-up Low back pain (LBP) or ache is a disorder of the muscles and lower backbone. Low backache may last for 6 weeks (acute pain) to 12 weeks (chronic pain). Generally, the low back pains go away by conservative treatment (massage, exercise and heat therapy). However, in certain cases the […]
Spinal stenosis – Narrowing on Narrow Spaces of Your Spine
Mar 13, 2015 09:37
Spinal stenosis is a condition in which space gets narrowed in the vertebral column. This causes pain and pressure in the nerves and on the backbone. The pain is due to the compression of the root nerves. Pain in the back and leg will be experienced due to this condition. The neck region and lower […]
Setting right the Curvature of the Spine
Mar 13, 2015 09:12
Scoliosis is a condition in which there is sideways curvature in the normal straight vertical line of the spine. Scoliosis mostly occurs during growth spurt before puberty and is twice common in girls than boys. Symptoms There are no visible symptoms in this particular condition but some of the hidden symptoms which are experienced have […]