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Why Choose Wockhardt Hospitals For Spine Surgery?

Why choose Wockhardt Hospitals
for Spine Surgery?

Wockhardt Hospitals are well known for extensive specialization in spine surgery. We have a team of dedicated and highly experienced spine surgeons, physiotherapists, neuro-physicians, and pain block experts to offer the most precise diagnosis and spine treatment. From counseling through diagnostic procedures and surgeries, our professionals will lead you through the process. Our world-class surgeons and doctors strive to give expert advice and only recommend surgery when needed. A technologically advanced physical therapy and rehabilitation department at Wockhardt Hospitals is a great complement making us the best hospital for spine surgery in India

Renowned Spine Surgeons
at Wockhardt Hospitals

The following are the spine surgery at Wockhardt hospital :

Dr Mazda Turel

Spine Surgery
Mumbai Central

Dr. Ashwin Borkar

Spine Surgery
Mira Road

Dr. Vinod Rambal

Spine Surgery
Mira Road

Dr. Aaditya Kashikar

Spine Surgery
Mira Road


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Spine Surgery

Dr. Hardik Dhamsania

Spine Surgery

Dr. Viral Kumar Vasani

Spine Surgery

Dr. Ketan Chudsama

Spine Surgery

Dr. Kant Jogani

Spine Surgery

What is Spine Surgery?

Back injuries have become a problem affecting most people around the world. To treat back problems, doctors recommend spinal surgeries consisting of performing surgery to correct any possible structural abnormalities in the back. It allows surgeons to compress, move, and fix vertebral structures and replace them if required. There are several types of spine surgery, such as :

Discectomy includes removing the herniated section of the disc to access the inflamed nerve and reduce its discomfort. 

To release pressure caused by stenosis, the bone that covers the vertebrae is removed and expanded.

Spinal fusion of the spine together. This can ease pain by stabilizing a fracture or getting rid of the pain that originates from the movement of the vertebrae, which can cause some vertebral discs to deteriorate or become injured.

A disc implant is an alternative to a fusion transplant, where a disc is implanted in the patient’s spine. However, it cannot be used by everyone.


When do you need
Spine Surgery?

Suppose you have back and spinal pain due to the compression of a nerve, or you are experiencing spinal deformity, spine tumor, trauma, spinal infections, and degenerative spine conditions such as stenosis and herniated discs. In that case, the doctors might recommend spine surgery

You might need spine surgery when you are under constant excruciating, unrelenting, and resistant to all forms of non-surgical treatments. Also, if you have already been treated for scoliosis and are feeling the condition is worsening, and you are experiencing pain, weakness, numbness, and back stiffness – talk to your doctor; there might be a need for spine surgery. If you have a spinal injury, there is no other way to treat them but surgery. 

Also, some spine problems can be treated at home without surgery – only the ones with minor issues. Physical therapy, home exercises, medication, and spinal injections are really helpful in curbing the condition. If all these options fail, then surgery becomes the only option. 

Diagnostic Tests for
Spine Surgery

If you have a complaint of neck pain, shoulder pain, etc., the doctor might have to conduct a few lab tests to rule out the metabolic abnormalities before confirming the condition. The tests for spine surgery include the following :

Procedure to be Performed for
Spine Surgery

Procedure to be Performed for Spine Surgery

Spine surgery includes traditional lumbar fusion, microdiscectomy, and laminectomy. All the procedures are discussed in brief below :

Some of the most common spine treatment surgeries are Lateral Lumbar Interbody, Percutaneous Implementation, and Minimally Invasive Transforaminal Lumbar Interbody Fusion.  

What happens during a
Spine Treatment?

Doctors usually opt for two surgical methods. One is open surgery which involves a long and open surgical approach where the doctor examines and accesses the spine operational space. However, in minimally invasive surgeries, the surgeon makes a small incision to guide the instrument or microscopic camera, where the video is recorded live, and the surgeon operates using it. They use specialized tools to go through the incision. Some of the minimally invasive surgeries include –

Benefits of
Spine Surgery

At Wockhardt hospital, we prefer minimally invasive surgery for spine treatment, as it offers several benefits such as – 

Minimally invasive surgery includes small incisions and less damage, which means less pain. Also, a minimally invasive surgery reduces or eliminates the chance of trauma your body takes in after an extensive surgical spine operation.

You undergo to get rid of the pain you have been experiencing for ages. Thus, a minimally invasive surgery requires less amount of recovery time than open surgery. A faster recovery means you can get back to your daily activities early.

Every surgery comes with risks, which also include minimally invasive procedures. Some of the common complications are – reactions to anesthesia and infection at the operation site. 

How to Recover Fast After
Spine Surgery?

After undergoing spine surgery, you must rest properly to ensure you heal quickly. Keep yourself hydrated as it helps the nutrients flow properly, assisting in joint and organ maintenance. Also, eating protein-rich and whole foods will help you heal efficiently. Foods such as beans, nuts, whole grains, seeds, fruits, veggies, chicken breast, and salmon are the best diet after surgery. 

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The followings are the dos and don’ts of spine surgery –
Dos Don’ts
Wear braces for a few months to ensure stabilization. Don’t lift, bend, or twist for a few months after the surgery.
Eat a healthy diet. Don’t overdo the walking.
Do physical therapy as it helps with postoperative pain. Don’t forget to follow the medications and other recommendations by the doctor.
Visit the doctor if you face any omplications after the surgery. Don’t hide any pain or medical problems you face from your doctor.
A surgical spine procedure is performed in close proximity to the nervous system. Thus, it carries the risk of damaging the nervous system leading to paralysis and infections. Even if the surgery is successful, the recovery might take a long time. So, talk to your doctor to know the risks and complications of the spine procedure. Also, there might be anesthesia complications as some general anesthesia does not suit all people. Hence, be clear with your doctor about what you are allergic to. This ensures the surgery is done smoothly.

As the surgery involves advanced technologies, the cost of the surgery would ultimately go higher. Usually, spine surgery in India costs around 200,000 to 250,000 INR. However, the cost depends on the following factors

  • Consultation fees
  • Admission fees
  • Age of the patient
  • Implants used
  • Also, the price of spine surgery depends on the location of the hospital, as the cost varies depending on the geographical location

There is no age limit for a spine operation. This is because all the elderly and young patients can be affected by spinal conditions, which might require surgery. Thus, age is not the primary factor in deciding if anyone should have spinal surgery. Lumbar spine surgery is the best option for elderly patients, where there have been several cases where they have shown signs of improvement. However, the risks are higher for young patients, but the outcomes have always been positive.
An average spinal fusion procedure with general anesthesia lasts for around four hours and necessitates a three- to four-day hospital stay as well as intravenous pain medication. The patient is released from the hospital 24 hours after surgery, and the spine operation takes half as long as conventional surgery. Also, the complexity of your surgery will determine the time required for spine surgery.