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Spine Surgery Treatment Hospital in Hyderabad

The Department of Spine Surgery provides comprehensive care for all types of spine-related conditions and injuries. We have a multi-disciplinary approach for the treatment of conditions involving chronic pain with expert professionals in neurology, anesthesiology, physical and occupational therapy, and psychology to provide the most complete care.  We offer the following services: 

  • Minimally Invasive Spine Surgeries
  • Management Of Congenital, Chronic Or Acute Spinal Disorders
  • Management Of Back Problems From Strains And Sprains
  • Management Of Complex Spine Problems: Including scoliosis, high-grade listhesis, fracture-dislocation & complex post tuberculosis deformity

The spine specialists offer a wide variety of operative as well as non-operative services for treating various conditions of the spine. 

Spine surgeons at the Department of Spine Surgery combine their experience, expertise, and innovation to offer the most appropriate surgical procedures for treating challenging spine conditions. Surgeries include:

    • Spinal Fusion: It is a surgical treatment that fuses two vertebrae or bones present in the spine together. It is usually performed in combination with other surgeries such as laminectomy, foraminotomy, etc. It may be performed for the treatment of spinal stenosis, scoliosis, kyphosis, spondylolisthesis, post discectomy, in case of vertebral fractures, tumors or infections, etc. 
    • Discectomy: It is a surgical treatment to remove an abnormal or herniated disc that puts excessive pressure on the spinal cord. This excessive pressure may be responsible for causing pain, weakness, or even numbness. This surgery may also be performed in combination with other back surgeries. 
  • Microdiscectomy: It is a surgery to remove the ruptured disc, but does not involve excessive surgery on the bones, ligaments, or muscles present in the spine. 
  • Laminectomy: It is a surgical procedure to remove the lamina of the spine. It is performed to open the spinal canal to give more space to the spinal nerves, or to remove bone spurs from the spine. It helps relieve the pressure on the spinal nerves.

 

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The goal of the specialists at the Department of Spine Surgery is to treat the symptoms of all the patients with the least amount of surgery possible. In most cases, treatments such as anti-inflammatory medicines, physical therapy, and exercise are extremely effective to treat the symptoms of a spinal condition. If, however, a patient continues to experience severe symptoms and the non-operative treatments seem to be ineffective, then surgeries are performed.

Some non-surgical treatments include:

  • Physiatry: This includes exercise therapy, the use of medications, and non-surgical decompression techniques. 
  • Chiropractic Techniques: These techniques include manual spinal manipulation, flexion-distraction therapy, manual soft tissue therapies, McKenzie mechanical diagnosis and treatment, Graston instrumented soft tissue manipulation, as well as ergonomic advice and lifestyle modifications.

FAQ’S

What are the treatment options for spinal stenosis?

Some of the common methods for the management of spinal stenosis are the administration of medications, physical therapy to build strength and improve balance, decompression procedures, and surgeries such as laminectomy, laminotomy, laminoplasty, and minimally invasive surgery.

Is there a treatment for sciatica?

Yes, there are ways of managing sciatica. There are non-surgical and surgical procedures for the treatment. Nonsurgical treatments include a combination of medication administration, physical therapy, and alternative therapies. Surgical treatments include microdiscectomy, lumbar decompression such as laminectomy, foraminotomy, and facetectomy. 

What are the major causes of a herniated disc and what is the best treatment for it?

The major causes of a herniated disc is a prolonged injury or excessive strain. The disc material also slowly degenerates due to aging, as the ligaments that hold in its position begin to weaken. 

Are there any age limits for getting spine surgery?

No, there is not a defined age limit for any type of spine surgery. However, it is best to avoid conducting major spine surgeries in elderly patients.

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Facet Joint Arthropathy – What is it and how is it treated?

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