The Centre for Microscopic /Endoscopic Disc Surgery at Yashoda Hospital is a dedicated unit known for providing the best spine care. Microscopic /Endoscopic Disc Surgery are performed by high profile medical team with world class surgeons having massive experience.
Our hospital is well-equipped with state-of-the-art facilities with modern equipment for both diagnostic and therapeutic procedures offering a wide range of premium healthcare services. We integrate the latest treatment interventions and medical advancements to deliver advanced patient care.
Discectomy is a common type of spine surgical procedure which is used to extract abnormal disc material that presses on a nerve root or the spinal cord. A damaged portion of a herniated disc material causes pain in the lower back, mid-back (thoracic), legs (lumbar), and neck and arms (cervical).
Two types of minimally invasive Discectomy are present:
The primary indicators that reflect the need for Discectomy are
What Are The Different Types of Conditions We Treat Under Endoscopic Disc Surgery?
Some of the significant conditions we treat include:
Are You A Candidate For Discectomy?
Our doctor evaluates the patient for the current medical condition using diagnostic tests results and designs a customized treatment plan accordingly. The chance of patients going for discectomy increases if:
What Are The Various Types of Diagnostic Procedures Required Before Endoscopic Disc Surgery?
Your doctor might ask you to take the following diagnostic tests:
What Are The Procedures For Discectomy?
The division of Discectomy a Yashoda Hospital is known to perform two types of Discectomy
Our doctors ensure that you are fit for the procedure by performing a series of tests and screening process. You might be prescribed some medicines for a week or two before the surgery to avoid any infections.
Before the operation, the patient receives general anaesthesia and will sleep through the surgical procedure.
The patient may have to stay in the hospital, depending on the current medical condition and for faster recovery.
What Are The Precautions You Should Take After The Discectomy?
The crucial precautionary measures one must consider after the treatment are:
What Are The Numerous Benefits Of Minimally Invasive Discectomy?
The minimally invasive spine surgery includes the following benefits:
Are There Any Complications Involved?
Some of the risk factors linked with minimally invasive Discectomy include:
Some of these risk factors are very mild and generally reversible with adjustments in stimulation or with the help of some medication. But see a doctor immediately if the patient experiences these symptoms for a longer duration.
We are eager to help you at every step of your medical journey from hospital and back to your home.