Spinal Decompression Overview
- Spinal cord compression is also called Cervical Spondylotic Myelopathy which is caused by extreme pressure on the spinal cord or nerve roots of the spine.
- The spinal cord comprises bundle of nerves which runs down the middle of the back. It sends messages and reverts it from the brain to the muscles and soft tissues.
- The spinal cord compression occurs anywhere in the spine, including the neck (cervical spine) and the torso (thoracic spine).
- The person who handles the spinal decompression surgery is termed as an orthopaedic surgeonor neurosurgeon as there are experts in dealing with the musculoskeletal problems.
- During the procedure the surgeon makes a small cut over the spine to insert the retractor which pushes the muscles and tissue out instead of cutting them. It remains in the same place during the entire procedure, creating a tunnel to the spine. This is easy for the surgeon to provide treatment.
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Signs and symptoms
- Swelling or intense pain
- Weakness or Stiffness
- Loss of bowel control
- Infection or injuries
- Difficulty in losing balance
- Old age
- Genetic factors
- Poor physical fitness
- A sedentary lifestyle
- Arthritis or cancer
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Diet and Nutrition
- Maintain a healthy diet by intaking low fat foods like whole wheat bread, oatmeal, fruits, vegetables, and legumes.
- Also, intake food that are rich in calcium, proteins, vitamins (A.C.D and B- Complex) and minerals.
- Avoid lifting heavy objects that strain your muscles
- Avoid strenuous activities
- Quit smoking, drinking alcohol
- Avoid slippery surfaces
- Drink plenty of water
- Exercise regularly
- Change your sleeping postures often
- Tune your spine by holistic approach like yoga, acupuncture etc.
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- CT scan
- Degree of curve
- Imaging tests
- Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans
- Spinal Motion Preservation Surgeries
- Minimally invasive surgical procedures
- Joint Replacements
- Complex Trauma Care
- Deformity Correction
- Failed back surgeries
- Rehabilitation of weakened muscles like stroke, etc
- Total Comprehensive Spine Care
- Full-fledged ICU
- Day Care Surgery
- Sports Injuries Clinics
- Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair
- Intra-operative image guidance system
- Orthopaedic Oncology
- Advanced Operation Theatre with Laminar Air Flow
- Computer Assisted Rehabilitation & Laser Therapy, Rehabilitation, and Physiotherapy using CPM.
- 24×7 Emergency Service Trauma Care
- Paediatric Orthopaedic Surgery like the Bone or Joint Infections, Epiphyseal Injuries, Fractures, Tumours, Hip Diseases like Perthes and Slipped Femoral Epiphysis.
- A highly qualified medical team of expert surgeons and well-trained nurses for rapid access to treatment.