Spine Surgery

/Spine Surgery

New advanced surgical methods

It must be noted, that a successful surgical management of the spinal disorders depends on:

  • the experience of the spinal surgeon. The knowledge of the disease pathology is of paramount importance in treating surgically such conditions.
  • the exact correlation between the neuroragiological findings and the symptoms / neurologic examination of the patient,
  • the surgical treatment should be focused and directed to the individual patient,
  • the detailed patient’s information about his illness and the possible options of management.
Cervical Disc Replacement

During the last few years with the development of new methods and instrumentation, it is possible to replace a damaged or degenerated cervical disc with and artificial one …

Minimally Invasive Techniques

The term minimally invasive spine surgery is used to describe a surgical technique where the surgeon uses small incisions with limited muscle retraction and soft tissue damage.

Kyphoplasty

Kyphoplasty is a method used to treat symptomatic (pain) compression fractures of the spine. The patient is placed at prone position under local or general anesthesia…

Microdiscectomy

Microdiscectomy is a minimally invasive surgical procedure to treat  a herniated disc, in order to relieve the pressure on a spinal nerve. The patient is placed in a knee-chest position and a c-arm is used to find the right level…

Spinal Fusion

It is a surgery to stabilize (arthrodesis) of two or more adjacent vertebrae. It is performed when spinal instability is present (spondylolisthesis, fracture etc.) or complementary to other surgical procedures such as