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Spinal Surgery

Spinal Surgery

Spinal surgery is the name given to surgical procedures performed on the nerve, spinal cord roots and spines that protects these structures. Frequent movements in daily life can cause pain in case of curvature of the spine or any disease.

Approximately 80% of adults have experienced spinal pain at least once in their lives. Having such a common complaint increases the importance of spine diseases from an orthopedic perspective. Spine surgery is examined under multiple subtitles.

Back and Neck Hernia

It is caused by mechanical force of the discs between the vertebrae or degenerative effects over the years. The degree of the disease, how it is, and whether the patient has a surgical condition is decided.

Traumas

Spine fractures are frequently seen in cases such as vehicle accidents, falling from a big height and work accidents. It can cause a traumatic damage to the spine and spinal cord, short or long-term serious problems and life-threatening and irreversible damage. By the doctor; The location and the degree of fracture are determined. Treatment planning is made accordingly. Untreated spinal fractures may result in serious spinal cord injuries. Timely and correct intervention in spine trauma; prevents unresolved problems that may arise in the future.

Tumors

Surgery is an effective treatment for spinal cord and spine tumors. Spinal cord tumors can cause different signs and symptoms, especially as tumors grow. Tumors can affect your spine or nerve roots, blood vessels, or the bones of your spine.

Most of the tumors of the spine occur when the tumor in another part of the body splashes into the spine bones. Tumors with the highest risk of splashing into the bones; lung, breast and prostate cancers. Tumors originating directly from the spine bones without tumors elsewhere in the body are rare.

Scoliosis

Scoliosis is the lateral curvature of the back and waist of the spine. In a healthy spine, when viewed from the back, the vertebrae lie in a straight line.

The course of curvature of the spine, which is considered to be a finding related to another disease rather than a single disease, also varies according to the patient.