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Minimally Invasive Surgery Gives New Hope for #Spinal Problems

HYDERABAD: Though a considerable number of people suffer from severe spine problems not many opt for a surgery due to the risks involved in spinal surgeries keeping in view the delicate nature of spine.

But, #minimallyinvasivespinalsurgeries are offering a ray of hope for the patients suffering with severe spinal problems. 

Spinal problems are of two types degenerative and non degenerative. In degenerative category problems occur either due to #spinal #discs protrusion or extrusion. If disc protrudes problems like back pain occur and if disc extrudes problems like leg pain manifest. While there is 50-50 need for surgeries in case of disc protrusion, mostly surgeries are recommended in disc extrusion cases, Dr Praveen Ankati, neurosurgeon at Global Hospitals, said.

#Spine is a long bony structure made up of 33 vertebrae attached to each other with spongy disc called inter-vertebral disc. The inter-vertebral disc is a disc like structure with an inner core filled with a jelly like fluid.

Due to the intricate and complex structure of spine, problems in the spine also turn complex and painful. Therefore besides  rightly diagnosing the problem, deciding proper treatment is also very important. Spine has different sections called cervical, thoracic, lumbar, sacral curves and about 70 percent of the spinal problems are related to lumbar (lower) spine. For the people suffering with lumbar disc diseases, depending upon the need, surgeries are suggested, Sukumar Sura, neuro surgeon at Star Hospitals, said.

Though a patient is suggested for a surgery only after multiple opinions, many patients fear surgery due to complex nature of spinal surgery and its cost.

Percutaneous Endoscopic Lumbar Discectomy (PELD), a minimally invasive spinal surgery a latest development in the field offers solace to such people suffering with spinal problems. In PELD surgery is performed with few incisions by giving local anaesthesia.           

Minimally Invasive Spine Surgeries are done by making two or three small openings and the patient can return to his normal routine in a short span. In some minimally invasive procedures like keyhole surgeries, surgeons use a tiny endoscope with a camera on the end, which is inserted through a small incision in the skin. The camera provides surgeons with an inside view of spine, enabling surgical access to the affected area of the spine. As result surgeon can perform surgery with precision, explains Sukumar.

#Spinalsurgery is often considered as risky and intricate by most patients, not just because it involves the backbone, one of the most delicate and central organs of the body,  but also due to cosmetic reasons since open spinal surgeries leave behind scars. Fortunately, the advent of Minimally Invasive Spinal Technology has made spine surgeries much less complicated and safe, adds Sukumar.

Minimally invasive spinal surgeries are best options for treating severe spine problems like spinal fractures, spinal trauma, tuberculosis affecting spine, spondylolisthesis, among other conditions. Though minimally invasive spinal surgeries are expensive than open surgeries they are offer quick pain relief post operation and patient can quickly return to normal life.

To schedule an appointment with one of our experienced physicians call us @ +91-84475-92299 or can you can go to - http://goo.gl/l7JVpz
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Minimally Invasive Surgery Gives New Hope for #Spinal Problems

HYDERABAD: Though a considerable number of people suffer from severe spine problems not many opt for a surgery due to the risks involved in spinal surgeries keeping in view the delicate nature of spine.

But, #minimallyinvasivespinalsurgeries are offering a ray of hope for the patients suffering with severe spinal problems. 

Spinal problems are of two types degenerative and non degenerative. In degenerative category problems occur either due to #spinal #discs protrusion or extrusion. If disc protrudes problems like back pain occur and if disc extrudes problems like leg pain manifest. While there is 50-50 need for surgeries in case of disc protrusion, mostly surgeries are recommended in disc extrusion cases, Dr Praveen Ankati, neurosurgeon at Global Hospitals, said.

#Spine is a long bony structure made up of 33 vertebrae attached to each other with spongy disc called inter-vertebral disc. The inter-vertebral disc is a disc like structure with an inner core filled with a jelly like fluid.

Due to the intricate and complex structure of spine, problems in the spine also turn complex and painful. Therefore besides  rightly diagnosing the problem, deciding proper treatment is also very important. Spine has different sections called cervical, thoracic, lumbar, sacral curves and about 70 percent of the spinal problems are related to lumbar (lower) spine. For the people suffering with lumbar disc diseases, depending upon the need, surgeries are suggested, Sukumar Sura, neuro surgeon at Star Hospitals, said.

Though a patient is suggested for a surgery only after multiple opinions, many patients fear surgery due to complex nature of spinal surgery and its cost.

Percutaneous Endoscopic Lumbar Discectomy (PELD), a minimally invasive spinal surgery a latest development in the field offers solace to such people suffering with spinal problems. In PELD surgery is performed with few incisions by giving local anaesthesia.           

Minimally Invasive Spine Surgeries are done by making two or three small openings and the patient can return to his normal routine in a short span. In some minimally invasive procedures like keyhole surgeries, surgeons use a tiny endoscope with a camera on the end, which is inserted through a small incision in the skin. The camera provides surgeons with an inside view of spine, enabling surgical access to the affected area of the spine. As result surgeon can perform surgery with precision, explains Sukumar.

#Spinalsurgery is often considered as risky and intricate by most patients, not just because it involves the backbone, one of the most delicate and central organs of the body,  but also due to cosmetic reasons since open spinal surgeries leave behind scars. Fortunately, the advent of Minimally Invasive Spinal Technology has made spine surgeries much less complicated and safe, adds Sukumar.

Minimally invasive spinal surgeries are best options for treating severe spine problems like spinal fractures, spinal trauma, tuberculosis affecting spine, spondylolisthesis, among other conditions. Though minimally invasive spinal surgeries are expensive than open surgeries they are offer quick pain relief post operation and patient can quickly return to normal life.

To schedule an appointment with one of our experienced physicians call us @ +91-84475-92299 or can you can go to - http://goo.gl/l7JVpz
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Minimally Invasive Surgery Gives New Hope for #Spinal Problems

HYDERABAD: Though a considerable number of people suffer from severe spine problems not many opt for a surgery due to the risks involved in spinal surgeries keeping in view the delicate nature of spine.

But, #minimallyinvasivespinalsurgeries are offering a ray of hope for the patients suffering with severe spinal problems. 

Spinal problems are of two types degenerative and non degenerative. In degenerative category problems occur either due to #spinal #discs protrusion or extrusion. If disc protrudes problems like back pain occur and if disc extrudes problems like leg pain manifest. While there is 50-50 need for surgeries in case of disc protrusion, mostly surgeries are recommended in disc extrusion cases, Dr Praveen Ankati, neurosurgeon at Global Hospitals, said.

#Spine is a long bony structure made up of 33 vertebrae attached to each other with spongy disc called inter-vertebral disc. The inter-vertebral disc is a disc like structure with an inner core filled with a jelly like fluid.

Due to the intricate and complex structure of spine, problems in the spine also turn complex and painful. Therefore besides  rightly diagnosing the problem, deciding proper treatment is also very important. Spine has different sections called cervical, thoracic, lumbar, sacral curves and about 70 percent of the spinal problems are related to lumbar (lower) spine. For the people suffering with lumbar disc diseases, depending upon the need, surgeries are suggested, Sukumar Sura, neuro surgeon at Star Hospitals, said.

Though a patient is suggested for a surgery only after multiple opinions, many patients fear surgery due to complex nature of spinal surgery and its cost.

Percutaneous Endoscopic Lumbar Discectomy (PELD), a minimally invasive spinal surgery a latest development in the field offers solace to such people suffering with spinal problems. In PELD surgery is performed with few incisions by giving local anaesthesia.           

Minimally Invasive Spine Surgeries are done by making two or three small openings and the patient can return to his normal routine in a short span. In some minimally invasive procedures like keyhole surgeries, surgeons use a tiny endoscope with a camera on the end, which is inserted through a small incision in the skin. The camera provides surgeons with an inside view of spine, enabling surgical access to the affected area of the spine. As result surgeon can perform surgery with precision, explains Sukumar.

#Spinalsurgery is often considered as risky and intricate by most patients, not just because it involves the backbone, one of the most delicate and central organs of the body,  but also due to cosmetic reasons since open spinal surgeries leave behind scars. Fortunately, the advent of Minimally Invasive Spinal Technology has made spine surgeries much less complicated and safe, adds Sukumar.

Minimally invasive spinal surgeries are best options for treating severe spine problems like spinal fractures, spinal trauma, tuberculosis affecting spine, spondylolisthesis, among other conditions. Though minimally invasive spinal surgeries are expensive than open surgeries they are offer quick pain relief post operation and patient can quickly return to normal life.

To schedule an appointment with one of our experienced physicians call us @ +91-84475-92299 or can you can go to - http://goo.gl/l7JVpz
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Minimally Invasive Surgery Gives New Hope for #Spinal Problems

HYDERABAD: Though a considerable number of people suffer from severe spine problems not many opt for a surgery due to the risks involved in spinal surgeries keeping in view the delicate nature of spine.

But, #minimallyinvasivespinalsurgeries are offering a ray of hope for the patients suffering with severe spinal problems. 

Spinal problems are of two types degenerative and non degenerative. In degenerative category problems occur either due to #spinal #discs protrusion or extrusion. If disc protrudes problems like back pain occur and if disc extrudes problems like leg pain manifest. While there is 50-50 need for surgeries in case of disc protrusion, mostly surgeries are recommended in disc extrusion cases, Dr Praveen Ankati, neurosurgeon at Global Hospitals, said.

#Spine is a long bony structure made up of 33 vertebrae attached to each other with spongy disc called inter-vertebral disc. The inter-vertebral disc is a disc like structure with an inner core filled with a jelly like fluid.

Due to the intricate and complex structure of spine, problems in the spine also turn complex and painful. Therefore besides  rightly diagnosing the problem, deciding proper treatment is also very important. Spine has different sections called cervical, thoracic, lumbar, sacral curves and about 70 percent of the spinal problems are related to lumbar (lower) spine. For the people suffering with lumbar disc diseases, depending upon the need, surgeries are suggested, Sukumar Sura, neuro surgeon at Star Hospitals, said.

Though a patient is suggested for a surgery only after multiple opinions, many patients fear surgery due to complex nature of spinal surgery and its cost.

Percutaneous Endoscopic Lumbar Discectomy (PELD), a minimally invasive spinal surgery a latest development in the field offers solace to such people suffering with spinal problems. In PELD surgery is performed with few incisions by giving local anaesthesia.           

Minimally Invasive Spine Surgeries are done by making two or three small openings and the patient can return to his normal routine in a short span. In some minimally invasive procedures like keyhole surgeries, surgeons use a tiny endoscope with a camera on the end, which is inserted through a small incision in the skin. The camera provides surgeons with an inside view of spine, enabling surgical access to the affected area of the spine. As result surgeon can perform surgery with precision, explains Sukumar.

#Spinalsurgery is often considered as risky and intricate by most patients, not just because it involves the backbone, one of the most delicate and central organs of the body,  but also due to cosmetic reasons since open spinal surgeries leave behind scars. Fortunately, the advent of Minimally Invasive Spinal Technology has made spine surgeries much less complicated and safe, adds Sukumar.

Minimally invasive spinal surgeries are best options for treating severe spine problems like spinal fractures, spinal trauma, tuberculosis affecting spine, spondylolisthesis, among other conditions. Though minimally invasive spinal surgeries are expensive than open surgeries they are offer quick pain relief post operation and patient can quickly return to normal life.

To schedule an appointment with one of our experienced physicians call us @ +91-84475-92299 or can you can go to - http://goo.gl/l7JVpz
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Minimally Invasive Surgery Gives New Hope for #Spinal Problems

HYDERABAD: Though a considerable number of people suffer from severe spine problems not many opt for a surgery due to the risks involved in spinal surgeries keeping in view the delicate nature of spine.

But, #minimallyinvasivespinalsurgeries are offering a ray of hope for the patients suffering with severe spinal problems. 

Spinal problems are of two types degenerative and non degenerative. In degenerative category problems occur either due to #spinal #discs protrusion or extrusion. If disc protrudes problems like back pain occur and if disc extrudes problems like leg pain manifest. While there is 50-50 need for surgeries in case of disc protrusion, mostly surgeries are recommended in disc extrusion cases, Dr Praveen Ankati, neurosurgeon at Global Hospitals, said.

#Spine is a long bony structure made up of 33 vertebrae attached to each other with spongy disc called inter-vertebral disc. The inter-vertebral disc is a disc like structure with an inner core filled with a jelly like fluid.

Due to the intricate and complex structure of spine, problems in the spine also turn complex and painful. Therefore besides  rightly diagnosing the problem, deciding proper treatment is also very important. Spine has different sections called cervical, thoracic, lumbar, sacral curves and about 70 percent of the spinal problems are related to lumbar (lower) spine. For the people suffering with lumbar disc diseases, depending upon the need, surgeries are suggested, Sukumar Sura, neuro surgeon at Star Hospitals, said.

Though a patient is suggested for a surgery only after multiple opinions, many patients fear surgery due to complex nature of spinal surgery and its cost.

Percutaneous Endoscopic Lumbar Discectomy (PELD), a minimally invasive spinal surgery a latest development in the field offers solace to such people suffering with spinal problems. In PELD surgery is performed with few incisions by giving local anaesthesia.           

Minimally Invasive Spine Surgeries are done by making two or three small openings and the patient can return to his normal routine in a short span. In some minimally invasive procedures like keyhole surgeries, surgeons use a tiny endoscope with a camera on the end, which is inserted through a small incision in the skin. The camera provides surgeons with an inside view of spine, enabling surgical access to the affected area of the spine. As result surgeon can perform surgery with precision, explains Sukumar.

#Spinalsurgery is often considered as risky and intricate by most patients, not just because it involves the backbone, one of the most delicate and central organs of the body,  but also due to cosmetic reasons since open spinal surgeries leave behind scars. Fortunately, the advent of Minimally Invasive Spinal Technology has made spine surgeries much less complicated and safe, adds Sukumar.

Minimally invasive spinal surgeries are best options for treating severe spine problems like spinal fractures, spinal trauma, tuberculosis affecting spine, spondylolisthesis, among other conditions. Though minimally invasive spinal surgeries are expensive than open surgeries they are offer quick pain relief post operation and patient can quickly return to normal life.

To schedule an appointment with one of our experienced physicians call us @ +91-84475-92299 or can you can go to - http://goo.gl/l7JVpz
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Minimally Invasive Surgery Gives New Hope for #Spinal Problems

HYDERABAD: Though a considerable number of people suffer from severe spine problems not many opt for a surgery due to the risks involved in spinal surgeries keeping in view the delicate nature of spine.

But, #minimallyinvasivespinalsurgeries are offering a ray of hope for the patients suffering with severe spinal problems. 

Spinal problems are of two types degenerative and non degenerative. In degenerative category problems occur either due to #spinal #discs protrusion or extrusion. If disc protrudes problems like back pain occur and if disc extrudes problems like leg pain manifest. While there is 50-50 need for surgeries in case of disc protrusion, mostly surgeries are recommended in disc extrusion cases, Dr Praveen Ankati, neurosurgeon at Global Hospitals, said.

#Spine is a long bony structure made up of 33 vertebrae attached to each other with spongy disc called inter-vertebral disc. The inter-vertebral disc is a disc like structure with an inner core filled with a jelly like fluid.

Due to the intricate and complex structure of spine, problems in the spine also turn complex and painful. Therefore besides  rightly diagnosing the problem, deciding proper treatment is also very important. Spine has different sections called cervical, thoracic, lumbar, sacral curves and about 70 percent of the spinal problems are related to lumbar (lower) spine. For the people suffering with lumbar disc diseases, depending upon the need, surgeries are suggested, Sukumar Sura, neuro surgeon at Star Hospitals, said.

Though a patient is suggested for a surgery only after multiple opinions, many patients fear surgery due to complex nature of spinal surgery and its cost.

Percutaneous Endoscopic Lumbar Discectomy (PELD), a minimally invasive spinal surgery a latest development in the field offers solace to such people suffering with spinal problems. In PELD surgery is performed with few incisions by giving local anaesthesia.           

Minimally Invasive Spine Surgeries are done by making two or three small openings and the patient can return to his normal routine in a short span. In some minimally invasive procedures like keyhole surgeries, surgeons use a tiny endoscope with a camera on the end, which is inserted through a small incision in the skin. The camera provides surgeons with an inside view of spine, enabling surgical access to the affected area of the spine. As result surgeon can perform surgery with precision, explains Sukumar.

#Spinalsurgery is often considered as risky and intricate by most patients, not just because it involves the backbone, one of the most delicate and central organs of the body,  but also due to cosmetic reasons since open spinal surgeries leave behind scars. Fortunately, the advent of Minimally Invasive Spinal Technology has made spine surgeries much less complicated and safe, adds Sukumar.

Minimally invasive spinal surgeries are best options for treating severe spine problems like spinal fractures, spinal trauma, tuberculosis affecting spine, spondylolisthesis, among other conditions. Though minimally invasive spinal surgeries are expensive than open surgeries they are offer quick pain relief post operation and patient can quickly return to normal life.

To schedule an appointment with one of our experienced physicians call us @ +91-84475-92299 or can you can go to - http://goo.gl/l7JVpz
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Minimally Invasive Surgery Gives New Hope for #Spinal Problems

HYDERABAD: Though a considerable number of people suffer from severe spine problems not many opt for a surgery due to the risks involved in spinal surgeries keeping in view the delicate nature of spine.

But, #minimallyinvasivespinalsurgeries are offering a ray of hope for the patients suffering with severe spinal problems. 

Spinal problems are of two types degenerative and non degenerative. In degenerative category problems occur either due to #spinal #discs protrusion or extrusion. If disc protrudes problems like back pain occur and if disc extrudes problems like leg pain manifest. While there is 50-50 need for surgeries in case of disc protrusion, mostly surgeries are recommended in disc extrusion cases, Dr Praveen Ankati, neurosurgeon at Global Hospitals, said.

#Spine is a long bony structure made up of 33 vertebrae attached to each other with spongy disc called inter-vertebral disc. The inter-vertebral disc is a disc like structure with an inner core filled with a jelly like fluid.

Due to the intricate and complex structure of spine, problems in the spine also turn complex and painful. Therefore besides  rightly diagnosing the problem, deciding proper treatment is also very important. Spine has different sections called cervical, thoracic, lumbar, sacral curves and about 70 percent of the spinal problems are related to lumbar (lower) spine. For the people suffering with lumbar disc diseases, depending upon the need, surgeries are suggested, Sukumar Sura, neuro surgeon at Star Hospitals, said.

Though a patient is suggested for a surgery only after multiple opinions, many patients fear surgery due to complex nature of spinal surgery and its cost.

Percutaneous Endoscopic Lumbar Discectomy (PELD), a minimally invasive spinal surgery a latest development in the field offers solace to such people suffering with spinal problems. In PELD surgery is performed with few incisions by giving local anaesthesia.           

Minimally Invasive Spine Surgeries are done by making two or three small openings and the patient can return to his normal routine in a short span. In some minimally invasive procedures like keyhole surgeries, surgeons use a tiny endoscope with a camera on the end, which is inserted through a small incision in the skin. The camera provides surgeons with an inside view of spine, enabling surgical access to the affected area of the spine. As result surgeon can perform surgery with precision, explains Sukumar.

#Spinalsurgery is often considered as risky and intricate by most patients, not just because it involves the backbone, one of the most delicate and central organs of the body,  but also due to cosmetic reasons since open spinal surgeries leave behind scars. Fortunately, the advent of Minimally Invasive Spinal Technology has made spine surgeries much less complicated and safe, adds Sukumar.

Minimally invasive spinal surgeries are best options for treating severe spine problems like spinal fractures, spinal trauma, tuberculosis affecting spine, spondylolisthesis, among other conditions. Though minimally invasive spinal surgeries are expensive than open surgeries they are offer quick pain relief post operation and patient can quickly return to normal life.

To schedule an appointment with one of our experienced physicians call us @ +91-84475-92299 or can you can go to - http://goo.gl/l7JVpz
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Minimally Invasive Surgery Gives New Hope for #Spinal Problems

HYDERABAD: Though a considerable number of people suffer from severe spine problems not many opt for a surgery due to the risks involved in spinal surgeries keeping in view the delicate nature of spine.

But, #minimallyinvasivespinalsurgeries are offering a ray of hope for the patients suffering with severe spinal problems. 

Spinal problems are of two types degenerative and non degenerative. In degenerative category problems occur either due to #spinal #discs protrusion or extrusion. If disc protrudes problems like back pain occur and if disc extrudes problems like leg pain manifest. While there is 50-50 need for surgeries in case of disc protrusion, mostly surgeries are recommended in disc extrusion cases, Dr Praveen Ankati, neurosurgeon at Global Hospitals, said.

#Spine is a long bony structure made up of 33 vertebrae attached to each other with spongy disc called inter-vertebral disc. The inter-vertebral disc is a disc like structure with an inner core filled with a jelly like fluid.

Due to the intricate and complex structure of spine, problems in the spine also turn complex and painful. Therefore besides  rightly diagnosing the problem, deciding proper treatment is also very important. Spine has different sections called cervical, thoracic, lumbar, sacral curves and about 70 percent of the spinal problems are related to lumbar (lower) spine. For the people suffering with lumbar disc diseases, depending upon the need, surgeries are suggested, Sukumar Sura, neuro surgeon at Star Hospitals, said.

Though a patient is suggested for a surgery only after multiple opinions, many patients fear surgery due to complex nature of spinal surgery and its cost.

Percutaneous Endoscopic Lumbar Discectomy (PELD), a minimally invasive spinal surgery a latest development in the field offers solace to such people suffering with spinal problems. In PELD surgery is performed with few incisions by giving local anaesthesia.           

Minimally Invasive Spine Surgeries are done by making two or three small openings and the patient can return to his normal routine in a short span. In some minimally invasive procedures like keyhole surgeries, surgeons use a tiny endoscope with a camera on the end, which is inserted through a small incision in the skin. The camera provides surgeons with an inside view of spine, enabling surgical access to the affected area of the spine. As result surgeon can perform surgery with precision, explains Sukumar.

#Spinalsurgery is often considered as risky and intricate by most patients, not just because it involves the backbone, one of the most delicate and central organs of the body,  but also due to cosmetic reasons since open spinal surgeries leave behind scars. Fortunately, the advent of Minimally Invasive Spinal Technology has made spine surgeries much less complicated and safe, adds Sukumar.

Minimally invasive spinal surgeries are best options for treating severe spine problems like spinal fractures, spinal trauma, tuberculosis affecting spine, spondylolisthesis, among other conditions. Though minimally invasive spinal surgeries are expensive than open surgeries they are offer quick pain relief post operation and patient can quickly return to normal life.

To schedule an appointment with one of our experienced physicians call us @ +91-84475-92299 or can you can go to - http://goo.gl/l7JVpz
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Minimally Invasive Surgery Gives New Hope for #Spinal Problems

HYDERABAD: Though a considerable number of people suffer from severe spine problems not many opt for a surgery due to the risks involved in spinal surgeries keeping in view the delicate nature of spine.

But, #minimallyinvasivespinalsurgeries are offering a ray of hope for the patients suffering with severe spinal problems. 

Spinal problems are of two types degenerative and non degenerative. In degenerative category problems occur either due to #spinal #discs protrusion or extrusion. If disc protrudes problems like back pain occur and if disc extrudes problems like leg pain manifest. While there is 50-50 need for surgeries in case of disc protrusion, mostly surgeries are recommended in disc extrusion cases, Dr Praveen Ankati, neurosurgeon at Global Hospitals, said.

#Spine is a long bony structure made up of 33 vertebrae attached to each other with spongy disc called inter-vertebral disc. The inter-vertebral disc is a disc like structure with an inner core filled with a jelly like fluid.

Due to the intricate and complex structure of spine, problems in the spine also turn complex and painful. Therefore besides  rightly diagnosing the problem, deciding proper treatment is also very important. Spine has different sections called cervical, thoracic, lumbar, sacral curves and about 70 percent of the spinal problems are related to lumbar (lower) spine. For the people suffering with lumbar disc diseases, depending upon the need, surgeries are suggested, Sukumar Sura, neuro surgeon at Star Hospitals, said.

Though a patient is suggested for a surgery only after multiple opinions, many patients fear surgery due to complex nature of spinal surgery and its cost.

Percutaneous Endoscopic Lumbar Discectomy (PELD), a minimally invasive spinal surgery a latest development in the field offers solace to such people suffering with spinal problems. In PELD surgery is performed with few incisions by giving local anaesthesia.           

Minimally Invasive Spine Surgeries are done by making two or three small openings and the patient can return to his normal routine in a short span. In some minimally invasive procedures like keyhole surgeries, surgeons use a tiny endoscope with a camera on the end, which is inserted through a small incision in the skin. The camera provides surgeons with an inside view of spine, enabling surgical access to the affected area of the spine. As result surgeon can perform surgery with precision, explains Sukumar.

#Spinalsurgery is often considered as risky and intricate by most patients, not just because it involves the backbone, one of the most delicate and central organs of the body,  but also due to cosmetic reasons since open spinal surgeries leave behind scars. Fortunately, the advent of Minimally Invasive Spinal Technology has made spine surgeries much less complicated and safe, adds Sukumar.

Minimally invasive spinal surgeries are best options for treating severe spine problems like spinal fractures, spinal trauma, tuberculosis affecting spine, spondylolisthesis, among other conditions. Though minimally invasive spinal surgeries are expensive than open surgeries they are offer quick pain relief post operation and patient can quickly return to normal life.

To schedule an appointment with one of our experienced physicians call us @ +91-84475-92299 or can you can go to - http://goo.gl/l7JVpz
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