Minimally invasive spine surgery
Today, more than one million instrumented spinal procedures are performed every year, many of which are performed using minimally invasive surgical (MIS) techniques. At D Spine Clinic we use the best and latest technology in minimally invasive surgery. The idea is for the patient to have all the benefits from an open surgery, but with a much faster and less painful recovery.
Spinal Infections Surgery
Spinal infection is a rare but often severe form of the disease that occurs when bacteria, fungi, or viruses invade the spinal tissues. Spinal infections may arise spontaneously or as a secondary condition, such as after a spine surgery.
Degenerative Spinal Disorders
Spinal degenerative disorders point to any condition of the spinal column in which wear and tear occur in the bone and soft tissues of the spine. The leading cause of wear and tear is aging & so degenerative spinal disorder is perpetually associated with older people.
Spinal Deformity Correction
Scoliosis is a condition characterized by the abnormal curvature of the spine that causes a deviation to one side. It causes a physical deformity, making the spine look like the letter “C” or “S” instead of the letter “I”.
Artificial Disc Replacement
Our Intervertebral discs are crucial to the performance of our spine. However, when damaged, these spinal discs can result in debilitating pain and adverse side effects. For damaged cervical or lumbar discs, an Artificial Disc Replacement aims to relieve spinal pain by removing the injured disc and replacing it with a Prosthetic Implant.
Spinal Fracture Surgery
Spinal fractures are extremely serious conditions that can lead to a wide variety of symptoms, ranging from mild in intensity to debilitating. Sudden trauma, as well as underlying medical conditions, may be to blame. Luckily, there are both surgical and nonsurgical avenues available to address spinal fractures.
The experience of suffering a Slipped Disc or a Herniated Disc is a common one, especially among older adults. These damaged discs can press on adjacent nerves, causing debilitating pain or other distressing symptoms. A Minimally Invasive Microdiscectomy is a state-of-the-art procedure that successfully eliminates these symptoms with minimal postoperative pain.
Revision Spine Surgery
The most common reasons for a Failed Spine Surgery include surgical error, misdiagnosis, or failure of the body to heal correctly after surgery. When this occurs, the pain and troubling symptoms that initially brought you into surgery can persist or even intensify.
Spinal Tumor excision & Reconstruction
A Spinal Tumor, also called a Spinal Neoplasm (New Abnormal Growth), can develop in the bone and metastasize (spread) to other parts of the spine or outside the spine. In some cases, a tumor in the spine develops from a tumor that has spread from the patient’s breast, lung, kidney, or prostate.