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Friday, July 20, 2018

Imagine waking up with a severe back ache. Waking up with it and working through most of the day with it. Living with a constant back pain can really throw you off your life and leave a person unable to work or do anything in his life. Therefore most people tend to not want to get out of their beds in the morning when they suffer through a back pain or ache. For others it is considered impossible for them to go to bed without suffering horrible pangs of pains. Just imagine living with that constant pain and even going to sleep despite the agonizing pain that some patients feel for a rather long duration of time.

People tend to want their problems looked at, so they tend to go from professional to professional to have their pain relieved. To find a way to get back to their regular pain free life which would seem to be rather impossible for most of the patients. Getting help from a specialized professional is crucial to get the best possible help for fast recovery.

After the comparatively experienced doctors tend to have diagnosed the issue and then ideally pin-point the exact root cause of the issue through which you might be experiencing pain, usually done through running tests and scans, they will often look and discuss the best route for treatment.

As a matter of fact the Taha Treatment offered by Advanced Neurosurgery usually comprises of something that is done in the same way. The idea is to see what treatment suits you best.

One of the most effective recorded treatments to permanently cure back pain is spinal fusion which may sound like a big deal. But then again this big deal is probably what you needed all this time.

What Exactly Is Spinal Fusion?

Spinal fusion is the process of combining vertebrae to make a unified spine. The procedure of permanently joining two or more bones may sound painful, but the procedure imitates and exploits the natural healing of damaged bones by the body.

What Conditions Will Spinal Fusion Treat?

The doctors would normally recommend spinal fusion surgery for the following reasons:
  • To fix a broken or fractured vertebra.
  • If the cervical or spinal disc is slipped and you suffer from spinal herniation, spinal fusion surgery comes highly recommended by doctors.
  • The surgery is usually performed to fix major issues. These include if the vertebra is found to be abnormally curved (Scoliosis) or deformed in any way.
  • To treat weak spinal cord, that is when there is pain during the motion of vertebra or the vertebra is unstable.
  • To correct the vertebra slips that may occur, less popularly known as Spondylolisthesis
  • When the bones in the spinal channel are narrowing, it is known as spinal Stenosis
  • Infections and tumors in the spinal cord can also be treated by spinal fusion surgery.
If you're interested in spinal fusion to treat your back pain or to see if there are other solutions, contact Advanced Neurosurgery today.



 
 
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