Procedures of Spine surgery

Anterior Cervical Corpectomy

Anterior Cervical Corpectomy is a surgical procedure performed on the upper part of the neck to remove damaged vertebrae and intervertebral disks that cause compression of the spinal cord and spinal nerves due to conditions such as bone marrow (bone development) or cervical stenosis (narrowing of the spinal tract ).

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Cervical Disc Replacement

Cervical disc replacement is a surgical procedure that uses an artificial disc to replace a diseased or damaged cervical disc. This is done without impairing the spinal disc's effective range of motion.

Disc replacement surgery can alleviate pain caused by disc degeneration, but only if other non-surgical treatments have failed. The artificial disc is inserted in place of the ...

Scoliosis Surgery

The medical term for a sideways curvature of the spine is scoliosis. Scoliosis spinal fusion surgery (SFS) fuses two or more vertebrae together to help straighten the spine and keep the curvature from worsening.

Most scoliosis patients do not require surgery, and many do not require any treatment at all. Surgery is typically reserved for people with severe scoliosis or those who ...