Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery
At BLK Super Speciality Hospital, we have a special team of neuro-surgeons offering Minimal Invasive Spine Surgery. The goal is to treat a patient by giving minimal invasion while conducting a surgery which is helpful in fast recovery.
Why is a Neurologist involved in a Spine Surgery?
- Spine or the backbone of a person is spread all along the back of the body from neck till the hip and does the primary job of sending and receiving signal from the brain.
- Any disorder, deformity and accident can lead to malfunctioning of Spine and needs neurology related specialists to diagnose and treat it.
Why should I opt for Minimal Invasive Spine Surgery?
- Minimal invasive surgeries involve lesser risk and the recovery time is also faster. Spine surgery would have given anyone a chill if it was to be conducted a decade ago.
- But, with advancement in medical field, the open surgeries are now opted when it’s absolutely necessary. In case of spine, a minimal invasive surgery reduces the risk of any damage to surrounding muscles or nerves.
How long is the healing process?
With Minimal Invasive Spine surgery a patient can go home on the very same day or after 1-2 days, depending on the condition of the patient. However, regular check-ups and physiotherapy are mandatory to heal properly.
What are the different types of Spine Surgeries, a doctor may suggest?
MIS Lumbar Diskectomy: The surgery is conducted in case of a herniated disc in the lower back.
MIS Lumbar Fusion: The surgery is conducted to implant the graft in order to give the spine a proper movement.
Complications of a Minimal Invasive Spine SurgeryMinimal Invasive Spine Surgery has minimal risks. A patient may experience bleeding, pain at graft site, nerve damage, blood clots and infectionin rare cases.