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Our world-renowned spine physicians ensure ideal treatment plans for every patient. Whenever spine surgery is called for, our competent surgeons with forefront technology at their fingertips offer you unflawed spine care. Applying the latest techniques available in India including endoscopic spinal surgery, total disc replacement, microdiscectomy, minimally invasive fusion surgery or kyphoplasty, IndianMedTrip is a true “One-Stop-Shop” providing all necessary requirements of analysis, treatment & repair. Our heedful services include everything right from information to injections to full spinal reconstruction surgery.

 Spine Surgery


Types of Spine Surgeries

IndianMedTrip is a medical tourism company associated with top hospitals in India like Apollo & Fortis, providing different types of surgeries. Spine Surgery is one of them; some of the different types of Spine surgeries include –

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Artificial Disc Replacement Surgery is a comparatively new procedure to treat low back pains. An artificial disc which is also called disc replacement, spine arthroplasty or disc prosthesis is a gadget that is embedded into the spine to imitate the functions of a typical disc like convey load and permit movement. Thus the device replaces the worn-out degenerated intervertebral disk and restores motion to the spine. Artificial discs are usually made of metal or plastic-like materials, or a combination of both.

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The back part of the vertebra that covers the spinal canal is called lamina. In the laminectomy procedure, the lamina is removed and more space is created in the spinal canal. The objective is to ease the impingement and uneasiness of spinal stenosis and relieve the pressure on the nerves and the spinal cord.

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A laser is a focused beam of light that can be used for cutting soft tissue. Lasers cannot cut bone so they cannot be used to decompress patients with spinal stenosis. Laser spine surgery is a dubious subject among spine specialists. Some opine they enhance negligibly intrusive surgery, while others accept customary methods are more compelling.


Types of Spine Surgery

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This procedure is also performed for the treatment of spinal stenosis. It is similar to microdecompression laminaplasty. The objective of this methodology is to minimize the injury to the delicate tissue and take into consideration faster recuperation. The flip side of this procedure is that visualization is limited and hence difficult to perform compared to open laminectomy. Also it involves more complications like dural tears leading to leakage of cerebrospinal fluid.

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The minimally invasive surgical technique called Microendoscopic discectomy (MED) or generally termed as disectomy is utilized to eliminate a herniated nucleus pulpous or disc herniation. It is an effective approach with long-term outcome in treating lumbar disc herniation. The endoscopic approach allows smaller incisions and less tissue trauma, compared with standard open microdiscectomy.

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A percutaneous discectomy is a surgical technique in which the focal part of an intervertebral disc is removed through a cannula. The discectomy is performed through a cannula embedded into the focal point of the vertebral plate under local analgesic utilizing a stylet. After the position of the stylet is affirmed to be right utilizing AP and Lateral X-ray views, it is evacuated leaving the cannula at its spot.

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The percutaneous laser discectomy is accomplished by passing a side terminating laser test into particular zones of a lumbar or cervical disc under X-Ray control. The laser vitality is then guided at the ruffian tissues to vapourise or burn the undesirable disc material, diminish aggravation in the plate and to decrease weight upon nerves disregarding the disc bulge. It is a minimal invasive procedure and performed on an outpatient basis. It has no postoperative pain syndromes and is gaining popularity.

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Spinal fusion is a surgical procedure to address the problems of the spinal vertebrae. It is attempted to fuse together the painful vertebrae into a single solid bone. Fusing the lumbar spine involves removing the intervertebral disk. When the disk space has been cleared out, a metal, plastic, or bone spacer is implanted between the two adjoining vertebrae. These spacers, or “cages”, usually contain bone graft material. This promotes bone healing and facilitates the fusion. After the cage is inserted, surgeons often use metal screws, plates, and rods to further stabilize the spine.

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Scoliosis and Kyphosis are deformities of the spine. In Scoliosis, there is sideways leaning while in Kyphosis there is forward bending. This unnatural deformed spine curves lead to a lot of pain and discomfort in movement and other day-to-day activities. In advanced stages the patient may have problems with breathing and/or digestive tract function. Spine surgery for kyphosis is prescribed for patients with advanced deformity. Remedial surgery for thoracic kyphosis is generally prescribed when bends are bigger than 80° to 90° when measured on x-rays. Kyphosis can reach out into the mid or lower back and in those cases Scoliosis surgery is prescribed for bends bigger than 60° to 70° of kyphosis.

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Spinal fusion is used to fuse or join two or more vertebrae permanently. Bone graft (autograft or allograft) is used for this purpose. Instrumentation or spinal implants like plates, screws, cages etc made of stainless steel or titanium alloy are used to provide stability to the spine during the fusing process. Bone graft is packed into empty spaces between the vertebral bodies and around instrumentation. As the spine heals, the bone graft stimulates the bone to make new bone and with time, the bones fuse and join together.

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TLIF back surgery is performed on the back part of the spine. TLIF Surgery fuses the anterior and posterior columns of the spine through a single posterior approach.

  • Surgical equipment is connected to the spine to help improve the fusion rate. Pedicle screws and bars are joined to the back of the vertebra and an interbody fusion spacer is embedded into the vertebrae plate space from one side of the spine.
  • Bone fusion is enhanced because bone graft is placed both along the gutters of the spine posteriorly and also in the disc space. As the bone grafting mends, it fuses the vertebra above and underneath and forms one long bone.

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This form of surgery involves lengthy incisions forcing muscle retraction for prolonged periods of time. However, a small but statistically valid difference favoring open Microdiskectomy layout allows for less post-operative, less functional disability, lesser leg & back pain & higher likelihood of self-reported admirable improvement. This procedure also takes reduced time & has fewer intra-operative & post-operative complications.

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The ultimate goal of this surgery is to stabilize vertebral bones & spinal joints relieving pressure being applied to spinal nerves. The pressure most often is a result of conditions like herniated discs, bone spurs, scoliosis or spinal tumors & spinal instability. One can prevent complications allied with high risk of anesthesia & prolonged bed rest. Patients start moving as soon as possible & can get back to normal work routine in a healthy & stable condition.


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Why India for Spine Surgery?

Spine Surgery in India is fully implied to eliminate every sort of spinal disorder & diseases, with the help of the latest technology. At IndianMedTrip, we deal with reliable & advanced spine or back surgery solutions.

  • 24 Hours Service: We are attributed to deliver our spinal services 24*7 as we believe in providing top priority to our clients.
  • Top Level Doctors: Teamed with top level doctors who are spine experts adept in treating complex spine disorders.
  • Clean Space: Offering reliable spinal facilitations, IndianMedTrip is one-stop destination of customized services.
  • Dispense Medicine: We have a committed clinical staff to take care of patients in timely prescription.

 What IndianMedTrip Offers?

  • Provision of outstanding medical treatments & facilities from top healthcare giants like Apollo & Fortis
  • 24*7 assistance through call & electronic mail
  • High quality, economical, transparent & hassle-free services
  • Wide range of Spine treatments & solutions
  • Access to top-notch Spine surgeons
  • Cost effective package on various Spinal treatments & tourism

Cost of Spine Surgery in India

Cost savings is one of the major elements that has made medical tourism in India a lucrative option for patients from various countries. Affordable cost is the most prominent benefit for which international patients avail spine surgery in India. Sky-high cost differences in surgery, which comes to around 30 to 80% less as compared to developed nations like UK and US is the primary reason for global patients to visit India. Besides, the price factor, other reasons which drive overseas patients is the hi-quality of treatment which is delivered. It often goes at par with global benchmarks as practiced in other developed nations like USA. Success rate of spine surgery in India is about 90% which makes India the most preferred medical tourism destination

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IndianMedTrip Spine Surgery Treatments

IndianMedTrip aspires to bring forward best cost effective medical facilities to the international patients. We are tied up with various hospitals offering treatments of spine surgery on various diseases & disorders. We also provide assistance on various spine surgery treatment options like Anterior Cervical Discectomy, Cervical Disc Replacement Surgery, Cervical Corpectomy, Cervical Spine Surgery, Lumbar Disc Replacement Surgery, Endoscopic Micro Discectomy (MED), Cervical Corpectomy Spine Surgery, Minimally Invasive Anterior Cervical Discectomy Anterior, Laser Spine Surgery, Posterior Cervical Discectomy, & Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery.


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