Vertebral Surgery

he basic principle of surgery is the "loss of funciton" secondary to the mechanical compression of nerves, extending from the spinal cord to arms and legs, by the herniated disc(s).

Vertebral Surgery

Lumbar and cervical disc disease; most common symptoms of lumbar and cervical disc herniation are low back pain, leg pain cervicalgia (neck pain) and arm pain. Most patients may recover without need to surgery. The basic principle of surgery is the "loss of function" secondary to the mechanical compression of nerves, extending from the spinal cord to arms and legs, by the herniated disc(s).

Surgical procedures are carried out using contemporary surgical microscopes and "micro-surgery techniques". Stabilization of spine: the basic role of the skeletal system, carrying the weight of human body, is forming the spine. Stabilization of the spine may be lost secondary to trauma or degeneration, resulting with abnormal mobility between vertebral bodies. Stabilization problems may lead to chronic pain loss of function secondary to mechanical compression on the spine and nerves. Stabilization problems of the spine can be treated using novel surgical techniques and equipment.

Spinal Tumors: 

Tumors of the spine and spinal cord lead to loss of function. For such tumors, surgical procedures are carried out using "microsurgery techniques" and modern surgical microscopes at our hospital.