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Spine Surgery is one of the most important sub-specialty departments of the Centre for Excellence in Bone and Joint or Department of Orthopedics at Meitra Hospital. Chronic back pain is one of the common health conditions seen because of poor posture and degeneration due to ageing. Treatment for back pain varies from medicines, physiotherapy, and spinal injections to surgery. Conventional treatment options include medications and physiotherapy, but for certain conditions, surgical intervention is needed. The department offers preventive care, especially for young individuals, and therapeutic management of spine disorders for all ages.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need special equipment after spine surgery? Can I get back to my normal life?
Your physician and physiotherapist will determine if you would need any braces or support after the surgery. Rehabilitation is the process of getting back to a normal life with improved flexibility and mobility.
How long does it take to completely recover after spine surgery?
A laminectomy or discectomy removes a bit of tissue from the spine area. You may get better in a minimum of 12 weeks followed by physical therapy.
What is minimally invasive spine surgery?
Minimally invasive spine surgery is a collection of technologically advanced spinal procedures designed to reduce soft tissue damage and may or may not include the use of lasers, endoscopes, or computer-assisted navigation.