When Is Spine Surgery the Right Choice? A Guide to Different Surgical Options

A person’s quality of life can be significantly impacted by the decision to have spine surgery. When all other conservative measures have been tried and the patient’s spinal condition is producing crippling symptoms or endangering neurological function, then it becomes a more viable alternative. Let’s examine some of the situations where spine surgery may be […]

What Is Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery?

Minimally invasive spine surgery often aims to stabilize the vertebral bones and spinal joints and/or alleviate pressure on the spinal nerves, which is frequently brought on by disorders including spinal instability, bone spurs, ruptured discs, or spinal malignancies. To treat various spinal problems such degenerative disc disease, herniated disc, scoliosis, and spinal stenosis, minimally invasive […]

Endoscopic Spine Surgery

What Is Endoscopic Spine Surgery? Endoscopic spine surgery is a modern, state-of-the-art form of minimally invasive spine surgery that is meant to help the patient recover faster than traditional spine surgery methods. By definition, ESS is a type of surgery that uses small cuts usually less than 1 inch and small tubular systems along with […]

Spinal Fractures

In simple words, a spinal fracture happens when you break a vertebrae (one of the bones that make up your spine). This can happen as a result of compression of the spine in the case of osteoporosis, or from an accident or trauma to the spine. These fractures can be minor to severe, depending on […]