LATEST TECHNOLOGIES USED FOR SPINAL PAIN TREATMENT

Our modern lifestyles lead to various kinds of pains, and spinal pain is quite common. New medical technologies like laser discectomies, artificial disc, stem cells, etc are being introduced to help patients ailing from spinal pains.

In some treatments, the affected area of your body is accessed by making small incisions, in order to treat the issue. These techniques restore the blood supply to the surrounding tissues, but large incisions are usually avoided. Such treatments offer quick results, with less complications and pain.

Advanced Laser Disc Treatment:

This procedure is performed to give relief from pain caused due to herniated disc, pinched nerve, bulging disc, degenerative disc disease, Schmerzkatheter  and sciatica. The entire procedure takes around 60 minutes. Patients treated by using this technique can get discharged from the hospitals the same day. No muscle or bones are operated in this procedure.

Anterior Cervical Fusion:

This minimal disruptive procedure is used by surgeons to provide relief the cervical pain caused by herniated disc, cervical myelopathy, degenerative disc disease, and spondylolisthesis and bulging. Procedure can be performed without removing any muscle, and it takes around 90 minutes. Patients can be discharged on the same day, as only little portion of the bone is removed.

Cervical Disc Replacement:

This procedure is used to help you get rid of pain caused due to pinched nerve in the neck. This process takes about 60 minutes. A little portion of your affected bone is cut, and the scar is quite small in size.

Endoscopic Discectomy:

This minimal incision procedure is performed to relieve patients from painful symptoms, caused by pressing of herniated roots against that of the nerves. The entire procedure takes 60 minutes because no muscles or bones are operated during this process.

Cervical Foraminotomy:

Surgeons carryout this treatment to help their patients deal with painful symptoms of a pinched nerve caused by foraminal stenosis. Using the most advanced microscopic debris removal equipment, the targeted debris can be got rid of safely. The whole process takes 60 minutes.

Facet Stabilization:

This minimal incision procedure relieves patients from facet related problems, such as joint disease, arthritis, hypertrophy, degenerative conditions, and joint syndrome. This procedure takes about 60 minute to complete. Treated patients can go back home on the day they were operated, and the scar will be quite small and will heal soon.

Lumbar Radiofrequency Ablation:

High frequency electric current is used in this process to disrupt the pain signals sent from inflamed nervous tissues. This process takes only 20 minutes, and it relieves you from painful symptoms of Lumbar facet joint pain. No muscle and bone are operated.

Microdiscectomy:

This least incision procedure removes painful discs to relieve you from symptoms caused by contraction of herniated disc against nerve roots. This entire process takes 60 minutes, and no muscle or bone is cut during this treatment.

Minimal Disruptive Lumbar Stabilization:

This process is carried out to help patients suffering from conditions like degenerative disease, spinal discherniation, spondylolisthesis, sciatica, and scoliosis. Here, the surgery is done without damaging the back muscles. The surgeon accesses your spine from the side. Entire process takes 90 minutes, after which patients can be discharged.

Neuromodulation:

This procedure is used to get rid of pain in back and legs. Entire process takes just 60 minutes.

Joint Stabilization:

This procedure is used to give relief from the painful symptoms of sacroiliac joint dysfunction, facet hypertrophy, facet arthritis, degenerative facet conditions, and facet joint syndrome. Entire process takes 60 minutes.