Spine Surgery

Spine surgery is a procedure to repair, replace or decompress any type of spine. Spinal surgery can be done in different ways including open surgery, endoscopic surgery or minimally invasive surgery and each type of surgery has its own advantages and disadvantages.

Spine surgeries are procedures performed to ensure that the spine has the right alignment. It can also be performed to fix some other problem in the spine.

Types of Spine Surgeries:

What We Treat at Avise Hospital:

  • Cervical Neck Surgery
  • Lumbar Back Surgery
  • Sacral Bone Grafting
  • Vertebral Body Replacement

Common Spine Surgical Procedures performed at our Center ;

There are a number of conditions that may lead to spine surgery. Common procedures include:

  • Discectomy or Microdiscectomy
  • Laminectomy
  • Laminotomy
  • Foraminotomy
  • Disc replacement
  • Spinal fusion
  • Kyphoplasty
  • Vertebral Fracture Fusion
  • scoliosis
  • Herniated Cervical Disc
  • Herniated Lumbar Disc
  • Spinal Cord Injuries
  • Spondylosis
  • Sciatica

Every year 250000-500000 people suffer from SCI globally These disorders include: arthritis, stenosis, and more. With this many people out there with spinal issues it is important to know about the different types of spine surgery for the different types of spine conditions that may be present.

Minimally invasive spine surgery

Minimally invasive spine surgery is a treatment which does not require major incisions, or the insertion of long instruments within the body to perform. Minimally invasive spine surgery allows surgeons to perform complicated procedures with less invasiveness than open back surgery.

The average patient can recover faster and more comfortably from minimally invasive spine surgery than from traditional open back surgery.

The advantages of minimally invasive spine surgery include
  • shorter recovery time,
  • reduced scarring,
  • a lower risk of infection and
  • less pain post-surgery.

Minimally invasive spine surgery is recommended for patients with spinal stenosis, ankylosing spondylitis, sciatica or facet syndrome.

The main goal of this type of procedure is to avoid risks and other complications that can occur with traditional open surgery. This form of surgery can be done under general anesthesia. It is typically used for patients with degenerative spine conditions like herniated discs, stenosis and spinal tumors.

Minimally invasive spine surgery may be an option for people who would otherwise undergo open procedures. However, even in these cases there are exceptions when minimally invasive procedures are not advised.

Open spine surgery

Open spine surgery is a surgical procedure that examines and treats the spinal column, where the space around the spinal column is left open.

The goal of this procedure is to remove diseased or injured tissue, relieve pressure on nearby nerves, and return the spine to its normal position. The surgeon usually inserts rods or screws after the procedure to stabilize and support the spine.

The benefits of open spine surgery include:
  • It reduces postoperative pain
  • it reduces scarring
  • it improves blood flow to tissues around the injury site
  • it relieves pressure on nerves

Why should you choose the Avise Hospital Spine Center?

Spinal health can be affected by numerous factors. The Avise Hospital Spine Center is a center of excellence in the treatment of spinal disorders, and provides a full range of care from an expert team, state-of-the-art imaging technology and surgical options.

Located just off HUDA City center metro station in the heart of Gurugram, Haryana, the Avise Hospital Spine Center offers hope to people suffering with back pain and chronic lower back dysfunction.

As an attractive destination for international medical tourists, Avise hospital spine center is a well-equipped hospital. It has the world-class facilities and the best team of doctors and nurses to give you the care you deserve. We offer diagnosis, surgical, pain management and interim care. We specialize in minimally invasive treatment of disorders of the spine with state-of-the-art equipment and technology