• Symptoms of Spine Cancer

    Symptoms of Spine Cancer

    Cancer can occur in any part of the body, with the spine not being spared either. Spine cancers can be found in the vertebral bones or in the delicate spinal cord itself. They can be primary or secondary in nature, with primary cancers originating in the spine itself while secondary cancers refers to cancers thatRead more

  • Risks of Spinal Decompression Surgery

    Risks of Spinal Decompression Surgery

    Decompression surgeries are used to treat painful conditions of the legs and back, which fail to respond to other kinds of non-invasive treatments. To understand spinal decompression surgery, a little knowledge of the structure of the spine is necessary. The spine consists of 24 separate vertebral bones stacked one on top of each other withRead more

  • Recovery from Spinal Surgery

    Recovery from Spinal Surgery

    Undergoing spinal surgery is only half the story towards regaining normal function of your body. The rest of the journey towards health depends on your recovery process. You may have had surgeries that include: Discectomy – Surgery to partially or fully remove the disc Foraminotomy – Surgery to create space for nerve roots Laminectomy –Read more

  • Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery

    Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery

    The vertebral column, also known as the spine or backbone consists of numerous vertebrae stacked one upon the other and separated by intervertebral discs that prevent friction upon movement. The spine not only provides support, but also houses the spinal cord through which nerves send messages to the brain. A number of conditions can ariseRead more

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