Relieving back and neck problems with Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery


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MISS is seen as an effective alternative for traditional open surgeries, as it causes less injury to the surrounding muscles and helps in faster recovery, as explained by the expert spine & neurosurgeon. Spinal disorders like degenerative disc diseases are being treated successfully with the help of Minimally Invasive Spine Surgeries (MISS) For more insights on this procedure, Kindly visit


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Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery Relieving your Back and Neck Problems

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Osteoporosis Spine injuries Tumors Body Weight/Lifestyle Occupation Genetics Risk Factors Causes Back and Neck Problems

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Back and Neck Pain Indications and Treatments Herniated Discs Indications Treatments Compression Fracture Stenosis Endoscopic Discectomy Tubular Resection Percutaneous Fixation and Fusion 1 2 3 1 2 3

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Back and Neck Problems INDICA TIONS

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Arm or leg pain Numbness or Tingling Muscle weakness Herniated Discs Symptoms Problem with rubbery disc between spinal bonevertebrae

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Slowly worsening back pain Compression Fractures A Fracture or break in your vertebrae causing the vertebrae to collapsemaking them shorter in height Decrease in your height Limited movement in spine A stooped over-posture Numbness or tinglingweak muscles Symptoms

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Numbness in hand armfoot or leg Stenosis Narrowing of spaces within spinethat puts pressure on nerves travelling through them. Cervical stenosis - affects neck Lumbar stenosis - affects lower back Symptoms Weakness in handarmfoot or leg Problems with walking and balance Back and Neck pain Bowel or bladder dysfunction

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Back and Neck Problems TREA TMENTS

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Minimally Invasive Endoscopic Discectomy Treats Lumbar disc disease .It is done by using an endoscope for direct removal of disc

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Minimally Invasive Tubular Resection A Tumor resection or excision is done from front or back of the body

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Minimally Invasive Percutaneous Fixation and Fusion A Surgical Technique to implant metal rods and screws to stabilize the spine. Used during a spinal fusion procedure. An Expert Spine Surgeon consultation and recommendation is the must.

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Preventive Measures Weight Bearing Exercises Maintain Healthy Weight Maintain Good Posture Quit Smoking

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