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Spine Surgery

General Information

Overview

Neck and low back pain are common experiences with the general population. It is estimated that approximately 75-80% of the population will experience pain in the low back and/or neck at some time in their life. Fortunately, most of those cases resolve without surgical treatment. Surgical treatment of neck and low back problems can vary depending on various factors. The definitive problem in the back or neck, where the pain is located or is being originated, the severity of the pain, if and in what way the nerves in the neck or back are responding to pain or are getting affected, and response to nonoperative measures to treat the pain all influence the decision to proceed with surgery. As long as the nerves in the neck and/or back are functioning properly, surgery is indicated only after conservative (nonoperative) treatment has been tried and failed. Unfortunately, not all spinal pathologies and their stages can be resolved only by conservative treatment methods. In many cases, surgery remains the single chance to regain health, restore active lifestyles and get rid of the pain.

Is spine surgery safe?/Myths about spine surgery

Our team and all associated spine specialists are dedicated to provide the safest and best outcomes for each and every patient regardless of how severe or complex the individual’s condition is.

  • Every patient has a unique presentation and severity of symptoms in terms of their condition whether it be complex scoliosis spine, a failed spine surgery, a slipped disc or spinal compression
  • In addition to these differences in the severity of the spinal problem, there are also differences in the patient’s general health condition. Some patients have near perfect health and other’s have underlying conditions that require careful consideration from the standpoint of whether or not the patient is a surgical candidate, what type of surgery would be best for the individual, and how to minimize the risks of surgery to the patient.

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    Our success rate for spine surgery is 98.5%+
  • Spine surgery had earned a bad reputation among the patients due to the bad results of wrongly done surgeries without a complete understanding of the anatomy of the spine, lack of adequate surgical implants or instruments, or lack of adequate training or experience with spine surgeries. There is a common myth that any kind of spine surgery may result in permanent paralysis.
  • Treatment of spinal disorders has undergone a significant and rapid change over the last decade with the introduction of various new equipments, approach and techniques. There has been a tremendous advancement and improvement in understanding the biomechanics of the spine as well as in the technological support in the last few decades, which has dramatically changed the way of surgical management of various spinal disorders. The safety of the surgical procedures on the spine has increased by many folds. The imaging techniques like MRI have also helped early diagnosis of spinal problems. Technologies like computer navigation and o-arm image intensifiers provide a three-dimensional visualization of the spine and help protect the neural structures from damage during surgery. Neuro-monitoring systems are used to monitor the neural function during surgical manipulation of the spine, especially while correcting spinal deformities. These systems warn the surgeon of any impending damage to the spinal cord and help make the surgery safer.
  • Today spine surgery has obtained a special place for itself and both orthopedic surgeons and neurosurgeons dealing with spinal disorders need to have specialised training and focus on spine surgery to be able to achieve best results consistently. Improved safety and good results have changed the image of spine surgery today and more and more people with spinal disorders are getting the benefit of having a better quality of life with a pain-free spine.
Spinal physiotherapy

There can be several reasons for one to seek spine surgery when other treatments like medical management and exercise/physiotherapy have not been successful:

Normal Function Prevented

Advancing age decreases the proper functioning and mobility of the spine that hinders the body’s normal functioning. This can be improved with spinal surgery.

Spinal compression

Compression (squeezing) of the spinal cord or its roots with neurologic symptomatology (e.g., sensory loss or motor dysfunctions), or high risk of such complications, as well as severe pain. Usually, these happen in case of a herniated disc or spinal canal stenosis.

Failure of Other Treatments

Non-surgical interventions such as physiotherapy, medication, and exercises are not always successful in alleviating painful symptoms. Spine surgery can be the solution to such patients.

Quality of Life

The symptoms of spine problems like mobility limitations and pain can be a great disadvantage to the patients and prevent them from living a normal and happy life. Spinal surgery can relieve these symptoms forever and give good and healthy quality of life.

Injury

In cases of severe trauma and spinal injury, there is the least chance of successful treatment with other methods other than spinal surgery.

Deformity

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Deformed spine or Scoliosis

Spinal deformities like scoliosis and other such deformities unless treated very early with physiotherapy and braces cannot be corrected without spinal surgery at later stages.

Nerve Damage

Spinal problems can lead to nerve damage and permanent disability unless the nerve is decompressed and corrected through surgery to relieve the symptoms.

Progression of Spinal Problems

Spinal conditions such as osteoporosis and nerve symptoms worsen with time unless treated properly. Progression can lead to disability, increased symptoms and complete shut-down of organ systems.

There can be several reasons for one to seek spine surgery when other interventions like medications and exercises have not been successful.

Spine Tumor

A spinal tumor is a growth which develops within or near the spinal cord. It can be either cancerous (malignant) or noncancerous (nonmalignant). A spinal tumor often impacts nerves along the spine which, if left untreated, can lead to pain, neurological problems and sometimes paralysis. No matter whether they are malignant or nonmalignant, spinal tumors can be life-threatening and cause permanent disability. Regardless, it is important to seek treatment from a certified spine surgeon who is experienced in removing spine tumors.

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Spine tumor

 

Cost

At JusthealthX, we perceive the criticalness of brilliant wellbeing and prosperity of our patients and subsequently, our goal is to give the best Cervical spine surgery in India at fair moderate costs. Our goal is to provide:

  • Best and safe spine surgery in India
  • Most affordable Cervical spine surgery in India

The expenses of spine surgery in India differs with the sort of strategy picked, type of surgery,level or compression or damage and city where you complete the medical procedure. The spine surgery cost in India begins from around USD 2500 and relies on different elements.

An exclusively allotted caseworker takes customized enthusiasm to structure a customized treatment plan for each visitor and will give particular time and cost of spine surgery in India. Please get in touch with us for more details.

 

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