Increase Flexibility of the Body with Minimal Surgeries
Our spine is made up of 33 individual bones which are stacked on top of each other. The main role of spine is to provide support to the body. It also allows your body to stand upright, bend and twist while protecting the spinal cord from injury. The correct posture of the body is maintained with the help of muscles. Reasons like excess body weight, weak muscles and other forces can cause abnormality of the body. Traditionally, spine surgery is an open surgery but with the advancement of medical field, doctors prefer minimally invasive spine surgery in India. BLK is the best hospital to impart these types of surgeries.
MIS Lumbar Discectomy
It is a type of surgery to fix a disc in the lower back. Instead of opening the spin, small incisions are made in Minimally Invasive Spine Lumbar Discectomy. In this procedure, the surgeon takes out takes part of the damaged disc. This helps ease the pressure on the spinal cord. There are different causes to undergo this procedure –
· Herniated disc – our body has gel like material within the disc which can bulge or rupture through a weak area in the surrounding wall.
· Degenerative disc disease – this causes the disc to wear out naturally. They lose their ability of flexibility and cushioning properties. This leads to stenosis and disc herniation.
MIS Lumbar fusion is a technique in which two or more bones of the spine are fused together permanently. It is done with the help of smaller cuts as compared to traditional surgery. There are different types of spinal fusion methods such as lateral interbody fusion, transforaminal lumbar interbody fusion. Some of the causes of needing this type of surgery are
· Degenerative disc disease.
· Spinal stenosis.
· Spinal column fracture.
· Tumor in spinal column.
· Infection in the spinal column.
Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery Cost in India is very less as compared to Russia which is why people flock here. In this procedure, you will first be given anesthesia. A small incision is made usually on the side or the back. Back muscles are dilated with the help of special tools. The surgeon will then remove the intervertebral disc between your affected vertebrae. It can be in the form of a bone or synthetic bone like material. The intervertebral disc between your affected vertebrae will be removed. A bone or synthetic material will be placed in the space between your vertebrae. Similarly, special crews or other materials are used to anchor bones in place. Finally, the skin around the incisions will be surgically closed.