Spine Surgeries Finest Spinal Cord Treatment With Personalised Care Having spinal cord issues can cause too much discomfort & pain. It impacts the quality of your life & even the people around you. At Purple Heron Hospitals, we provide the highest-level care for Spinal Cord injuries & issues. We offer personalised care backed with a wide range of Spinal Cord treatments. Here, we treat problems like Scoliosis, Spinal Arthritis, Disc Degeneration, Spinal Deformities & Tumours. Understanding the basic anatomy of the spine The human spine (backbone) is one of the strongest parts of the whole body. It comprises 24 vertebrae (bones), one above the other. Each bone is separated by a disc in-between & fused with strong muscles and ligaments. The spinal cord is present inside these vertebrae, which protect the spinal cord. Nerves come out from the spaces between the spine & connect with the brain and the whole body. The spine is divided into 3 parts Cervical Spine Thoracic Spine Lumbar Spine With the passage of time, the whole structure, including bones, ligaments, joints & discs, grow weak. This causes numerous Spine-related disorders. Nonsurgical & Non-invasive Spine Treatment At Purple Heron Hospitals, we have adopted a Comprehensive Protocol with focused and stage-specific treatment to ensure the best results. We tailor our treatment plans to the patient's needs and health conditions. Each patient receives top-rated physiotherapy care under the guidance of Musculoskeletal and Medicine experts. This helps us deliver the best care and quickly recover the patient. These teams assist hundreds of our patients in achieving relief from Spine-related issues without undergoing surgeries. We take a comprehensive approach to treating Chronic, Sub-acute & Acute spine problems. Here are some of the primary treatment options we offer: Lumbar Discectomy Our professional surgeons perform Lumbar Discectomy to treat patients with injured discs in the lower back area. Generally, there are two approaches for performing Lumbar Discectomy: the minimally invasive arthroscopic discectomy & another open spine surgery. But at Purple Heron Hospitals, we focus more on minimally invasive treatments. So we stick with the first option unless open spine surgery becomes necessary. Lumbar Decompression Surgery for Spinal Stenosis Spinal stenosis is a condition in which the spinal canal narrows, putting pressure on the nerves and spinal cord. This can cause pain, numbness, weakness, and difficulty walking or standing. The cause of spinal stenosis can be due to age-related degeneration, arthritis, or a herniated disc. However, early diagnosis and treatment can help improve the quality of life and reduce the condition's progression. Herniated Disc Surgery and Nucleoplasty for Herniated Disc Disc Herniation is a condition in which the gel-like centre of a spinal disc pushes through a tear in the outer ring, compressing the spinal nerves and causing pain, numbness, and weakness. This can be a debilitating condition, but early diagnosis and treatment can help reduce symptoms and improve quality of life. FAQs What spinal cord problems do you treat at Purple Heron Hospitals? We treat all types of spinal cord-related problems at Purple Heron Hospitals. The most common problems we treat here are Ruptured or Herniated Discs, Spinal Stenosis, Spondylolisthesis, Degenerative discs, Osteoporosis & much more. Are there any risks to Spine Surgeries? At Purple Heron Hospitals, we always place the comfort of our patients at the top. As we have the most experienced Surgeons & advanced technology for the procedures, the risks are extremely limited. Still, just like with other procedures, there are some inherent risks with Spine Surgeries. Our experts will let you know about the risks during your consultation. Is surgery the only option for Spinal Cord pain? NO! In fact, at Purple Heron Hospitals, we treat Surgeries as a last resort. We always take a minimally-invasive approach to treating our patients. This saves patients from unnecessary surgeries & high treatment costs. Will there be any pain after the surgery? It depends on the type of surgery & treatment. You can expect some discomfort after the procedure in some cases. But we offer efficient pain-management solutions to save you from severe pain & discomfort.