Spinal Surgery

Spinal Surgery is a subspecialty of Orthopaedic Surgery that involves the diagnosis and treatment of a range of conditions related to the spine. Surgery wherever possible is undertaken using minimal invasive spine surgery (MISS) although this is not always possible. There are three main types of spine surgery; a laminectomy is the removal of the part of the bone over the spinal column to relieve a pinched nerve; a disectomoy removes a portion of the disc to relieve pressure on a nerve and spinal fusion, which fuses two or more vertebrae together to increase spinal stability. Some common conditions that can be treated with Spinal Surgery include Back Pain (Lumbar Pain), Neck Pain (Cervical Pain), Sciatica, Herniated Discs, Spinal Stenosis, Scoliosis, Spondylolisthesis, Tumors, Infections, Spine fractures, degenerative disc disease.

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