A spinal tumour is a growing abnormal mass of tissue. It can occur within or surrounds the spinal region or cord. The lesion or cyst can abandon the functionaries of the body. These cells multiply uncontrollably. The mechanism that checks normal cells remains indecisive entirely. However, spinal tumours can be both; cancerous and non-cancerous. Thus, getting it diagnosed is necessary before initiating any type of treatment. At Ginni Devi Orthopaedic hospital, our doctors diagnose the ailment closely before suggesting patient any medication regarding any spinal tumour. So, there's no risk involved. Also, our surgeons are well-versed in handling complicated cases.
Lumbar canal stenosis or lumbal spinal stenosis refers to the narrowing of the spinal canal in a patient's body. It hampers the functionality of the body. You cannot walk or work properly. It suppresses the nerve passing through the lower back toward the legs.
It is a serious health condition that creates an immense problem for the spinal cord, and the pain that the patient feels is unbearable. Medically, doctors also called it herniated disc. There's inflammation in and around the prolapsed disc area, which creates added concerns.
The spine is the most crucial bone of anybody. It helps us in standing, performing all our duties. In such cases, spinal deformity correction surgeries take place.
It is a surgical procedure that gets performed through a small incision of invasion in the body instead of a large one. That's why it is known as minimally invasive surgery. Oud surgeons at Ginni Devi Orthopaedic hospital specialise in the MIS technique.
It is an advanced level of surgery that Ginni Devi Orthopaedic hospital is renowned for carrying out seamlessly. It allows patients to recover quickly from minimally invasive spine surgery.