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  • Non-Surgical Treatment for Disc Disease

    Non-surgical treatments focus on controlling pain and inflammation and improving function. It can help you get through painful flare-ups and keep you active, which is necessary for recovery.

  • Spinal Decompression

    Spinal decompression is a treatment to relieve pressure on one or many “pinched nerves” in the spinal column. It can be achieved either surgically or by non-surgical methods.

  • Vertebroplasty

    Vertebroplasty is a minimally invasive procedure performed to reduce or eliminate pain caused by a vertebral compression fracture. It stabilizes the fracture and prevents further collapse of the vertebra, averting deformity.

  • Laminectomy

    Laminectomy refers to the removal or cutting of the lamina (roof) of the vertebral bones to provide space for the nerves to exit from the spine.

  • Kyphoplasty

    Balloon kyphoplasty is a spine surgery that relieves back pain caused by a vertebral compression fracture. The aim of balloon kyphoplasty is to relieve pain, stabilize the fracture and restore the vertebral body height.

  • Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery

    Minimally invasive spine surgery (MISS) is the latest technology available to perform spinal surgeries through small, less than one-inch-long incisions.

  • Endoscopic Spine Surgery

    Endoscopic spine surgery is a minimally invasive spine surgery that uses specialized video cameras and instruments to remove the herniated disc through very small incisions.

  • Spinal Tumour Surgery

    A spinal tumor is an abnormal mass of tissue surrounding or found within your spinal cord and/or spinal column. Treatment for a spine tumor may be nonsurgical or surgical depending on the characteristics of the tumor and your overall health.

  • Surgery for Scoliosis

    Surgery for scoliosis is recommended when the spinal curvature is severe and is either worsening or is a cause of severe pain or difficulty in breathing. The surgery is aimed at rectifying the spinal curvature, stabilizing the spine and preventing it from worsening.

  • Spine Osteotomy

    Spine osteotomy is a surgical procedure in which a section of the spinal bone is cut and removed to allow for correction of spinal malalignment.

  • Fracture Stabilisation

    A spinal fracture refers to a break in any of the bones that make up the spine. It can occur due to trauma such as a traffic accident, fall from a significant height or weakening of the bones due to osteoporosis or a tumor.

  • Spinal Infection Debridement

    The procedure is performed under general anesthesia and antibiotic cover. Your surgeon would have marked the region of infection based on your diagnostic reports. The spine may be approached from the front or back depending on the region of the infection.

  • Spinal Infection Decompression

    The procedure is performed under general anesthesia and intravenous antibiotics. The spine may be approached from the front or back, depending on the region of the infection and nerve compression. An incision is made to access the affected region of your spine.

  • Spinal Infection Stabilisation

    Spinal stabilization is surgery performed to rectify spinal instability that can result from infection. Also called spinal immobilization.

  • Complex Spinal Surgery

    Complex spine surgery is a type of back surgery involving a fusion of six or more vertebrae. The vertebrae are a series of small interlocking bones extending from the skull to the pelvis (hip) to form your spinal column or backbone.

  • Disc Decompression

    Acute or chronic injury can cause a spinal disc to herniate or rupture. The damaged disc may compress against the spinal cord or the nerves that branch out through the vertebral bones, leading to pain, loss of sensation and/or motor function in the part of the body supplied by the nerve.

  • Image-Guided Spine Surgery

    Imaging techniques such as computed tomography and fluoroscopy may be integrated into the system to facilitate pre-operative planning of the surgery, where a series of images taken before the surgery are displayed on a screen, with which your surgeon matches his/her moves intraoperatively.

  • Tumor Decompression

    Tumor decompression is a technique to relieve the pressure in your spine caused by the growth of cancer cells. This involves either partial or complete removal of the tumor.

  • Tumor Stabilisation

    Tumor stabilization is a surgical procedure performed to strengthen and support your spine when it is weakened or in danger of breaking due to a tumor growth.

  • Percutaneous Vertebroplasty

    Percutaneous vertebroplasty is a minimally invasive procedure to treat fractures of the spinal vertebral bones. During this procedure, your doctor inserts a needle through your skin into the fractured vertebra and injects bone cement.

  • Extreme Lateral Interbody Fusion (XLIF)

    Extreme lateral interbody fusion (XLIF) is a minimally-invasive surgery that involves the fusing of two degenerative spinal vertebrae. The procedure is conducted to relieve painful motion in the back caused by spinal disorders.

  • Advanced Pain Management

    Advanced pain management techniques may be recommended for severe chronic pain. Pain may be temporary or persistent. Pain which lasts several months is called chronic pain.

  • Non-Surgical & Rehabilitation Service

    A combination of over the counter pain medications and prescription drugs offer effective pain relief. Certain medicines may be unsafe to be taken during pregnancy or may have interaction with some other medicine you are taking, so it is best to consult your doctor before taking any medications.

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