ADVANCED SPINE SURGERIES WITH TREATMENT FOR ALL KINDS OF SPINE DISORDERS
The spine doctors at DMH, utilise a wide range of minimally invasive diagnostic and therapeutic procedures like nerve root injections, facet joint blocks and various other CT guided procedures to identify the problems, so that best treatment can be provided to the patients, which will relieve them of their long-term pain and provide relief to the patients.
Our spine team carries out minimally invasive spine procedures like keyhole vertebroplasty, vesselplasty and kyphoplasty for spinal fractures, minimally invasive spinal fusion, percutaneous pedicle screw fixation, microscopic/endoscopic discectomy, and microscopic decompression of lumbar pathology. Apart from these minimally invasive procedures, the other routine major surgeries of spine like artificial disc replacement, treatment of cervical and dorsal myelopathy, spinal deformity (scoliosis and kyphosis) correction, spinal tumour surgery and treatment of spinal fractures are routinely done at DMH with outcomes that are the best in the world.
The department also offers wide range of modalities and exercise programs suited for patient’s conditions, such as in Degenerative Disc disease, through trained and experienced physiotherapists. This approach has helped numerous patients to appropriately manage spine problems.
Our department is one of the few centers across the country which offers complete range of Spine deformity correction services for Scoliosis and Kyphosis across all age groups. The treatment options include conventional scoliosis correction procedures for Adolescent idiopathic scoliosis/congenital scoliosis. Minimally invasive solution for spinal deformity is also offered for select group of patients, as per the diagnosis.
We have in-house multi-specialty support along with world class operative, post op and ICU care. Patient safety and quality care are our top priorities. We use intra-operative real-time neural monitoring, a cutting edge technology, which can help in reducing the risk of paralysis and nerve damage during complex spinal surgery such as deformity correction and tumour excision and reconstruction. The specialist nurses trained specifically in spinal diseases along with the physical therapists provide robust support to the patient and service.