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Spine Surgery Orthopedics
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Anatomy of the Spine

The typical life system of the spine is generally depicted by sharing the spine into three significant areas: the cervical, the thoracic, and the lumbar spine. Each part is composed of individual bones, called vertebrae. There are 7 cervical vertebrae, 12 thoracic vertebrae, and 5 lumbar vertebrae.

Levels of Spine Injury

There are four areas of the spinal bone: cervical, thoracic, lumbar and sacral. Each segment of the spine ensures various gatherings of nerves that control the body. Find out with regards to the segments of the spine, four degrees of spinal rope injury and recovery results.

  • Cervical injury : This spinal cord injury damages the head and the region above the shoulder. These injuries are considered as complex injuries.

  • Thoracic injury : These spinal injuries damage the chest, back, and abdomen area.

  • Lumbar injury : These injuries damage the legs and hips

  • Sacral injuries : These injuries damage the area below the hip
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    About Spine Surgery

    Spinal cord injury due to various reasons they are not always from accidents. Here’s the runway of how a spinal cord can get damaged

    • Violent stab in the back or injury from gunshot
    • While swimming if the water is too shallow there are high chances your back can get hit
    • Accidents involving injuries to the face, chest or neck area.
    • Falling from a height
    •  Injuries to head or back while involved in sports
    • Electric shock accidents
    • Extreme twisting

    People with an injured spine can show the following symptoms

    • Troubled walking
    • Losing the bladder control
    • Loss of movement in arms and legs
    • Unconsciousness
    • Headache 
    • Symptoms of shock

    There are various types of spinal injury treatment based on the condition and the area of the injury.

    • Spinal fusion
    • Laminectomy
    • Foraminotomy
    • Diskectomy
    • Disk replacement
    • Interlaminar implant
    • Endoscopic spinal surgery

    Treat Pa believes in customer satisfaction and strives to work towards the same. Treat Pa has collaborated with top-rated hospitals in various cities and also ensured to provide all the treatments at budget friendly prices.

    • Up to 15% Discount on Medicines & 10% Off on Diagnostic Tests
    • Free pick-up and drop for surgery
    • 0% EMI for your surgery
    • 100% assisted Insurance Claim
    • Free doctor consultation and follow-up
    • All Insurances are covered
    • No Upfront Payment
    • All Paperwork is handled




    Diagnosis before the Spinal Cord Operation

    A Orthopedic Spine Specialist recommends few options to analyze the injury by physical assessment, testing for sensory and motion function, and by posing a few inquiries about the injury. 

    If the patient loses consciousness due to the injury then emergency treatment is given according to the injury.

    • X-rays – X-rays can show the vertebral (spinal section) issues, cancers, cracks or degenerative changes in the spine. 
    • CT scan – A CT scan can give a more clear picture of irregularities seen on X-rays. This scan utilizes PCs to shape a progression of cross-sectional pictures that can characterize bone, circle and different issues. 
    • MRI – MRI scan utilizes an intense magnetic field and radio waves to create PC produced pictures. This test is useful for taking a gander at the spinal rope and distinguishing herniated plates, blood clots or different masses that compress the spinal cord.


    Procedure of Endoscopic Spine Surgery
    Traditional method

    In a traditional medical procedure, the specialist makes a cut that is 5 to 6 inches long, then, at that point, shifts the muscles aside to see the spine. With the muscles pulled aside, the specialist can get to the spine to eliminate damaged and harmed bone or intervertebral plates. The specialist can likewise effectively seek to put screws, nuts, and any bone holding materials to settle the spinal bones and advance recovery.

    Minimally invasive method

    The most generally utilized method includes utilizing a tubular retractor. 

    • During the procedure, a little cut is made and the rounded retractor is embedded through the skin and delicate tissues down to the spinal segment. 
    • This makes a passage to the little region where the issue exists in the spine. 
    • The rounded retractor holds the muscles open (instead of cutting them) and is kept set up all through the methodology. 
    • A few medical procedures require more than one retractor or more than one cut. 


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    Our healthcare co-ordinator will recommend the surgical center based on your requirements (the complexity of your problem, cost-effectiveness, location where you're present)

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    We offer pick-up & drop from your location to the hospital along with the medical co-ordinator who'll take care of your admission, discharge & insurance paperwork.

    Well inspected surgical centers and clinics

    Well-inspected Surgical Centers

    We ensure that all the surgical centers and clinics we partner with are well-inspected and pass our extensive quality standard checklist that ensures hospitals and clinics are equipped to deliver a hassle-free treatment experience.

    Free follow up consultation

    Free follow-ups post-surgery

    Before we bid our goodbyes, we recommend our patients utilize the free follow-up consultation with their doctor for instructions on how to recover faster post-surgery and move forward with their daily routine.

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    People with an injured spine can show the following symptoms like Troubled walking, Losing the bladder control, Loss of movement in arms and legs, Unconsciousness, Headache, and Symptoms of shock
    On the off chance that the issue isn't settling with active work, over the counter medicines, or pain does not seem to relieve even after consumption of prescribed medication, then it is advisable to visit an Orthopedic Spine Surgeon for a complete assessment and treatment of the injury.
    Well most if the spine injury procedures require you to stay at the hospital for a day or two depending on your condition, though few procedures are an outpatient procedure and the patients leave the same day of the procedure.
    Spine surgery is a minimally invasive procedure and does not involve any large incisions, there also would not be any major scars from the procedure and also the recovery is comparatively quick.
    In a minimally invasive procedure within a day or two you can get back to your regular life; it may take a few days or weeks depending on your severity of the procedure and also on your age.
    Treat Pa collaborates with the top rated hospitals and clinics who can help you with complete treatment and also provide you safe medical service at affordable prices.
    There are various types of spinal injury treatment based on the condition and the area of the injury. Spinal fusion, Laminectomy, Foraminotomy, Diskectomy, Disk replacement, Interlaminar implant, and Endoscopic spinal surgery are among the few.
    It is necessary to talk to your doctor regarding what needs to be done before the procedure like avoiding certain foods or medications, your health history in case you have any bleeding disorders.
    Depending on your medical condition and type of the treatment the cost can vary accordingly on the hospital and complexity of the procedure. Treat Pa offers top rated hospitals at budget friendly prices.
    Spine injury procedures are performed under the influence of anesthesia and you would not be feeling any pain throughout the procedure.


    When should you consider Spinal Cord Operation?

    At the point when somebody starts showing clear symptoms of spine injury, if an individual is encountering low back pain or neck pain. On the off chance that the issue isn’t settling with active work, over the counter medicines, or pain does not seem to relieve even after consumption of prescribed medication, then it is advisable to visit an Orthopedic Spine Surgeon for a complete assessment and treatment of the injury.

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    Treat Pa is a healthcare startup that has partnered with reputed clinics and hospitals in 10 major cities Chennai Bangalore Mumbai Coimbatore Trichy Madurai Cochin Palakkad Thrissur and Trivandrum. We connect patients with the best and the affordable treatment plan based on their requirements.

    Treat Pa neither provides any treatment nor has any hospitals or clinics of its own. We are a hospital aggregator that partners with the best hospitals and clinics and provides the list to each patient to carefully compare and select the best out of it based on their needs (Proximity, Affordability, Reliability).

    This list is cautiously prepared by Treat Pa. We recommend the hospitals and clinics that only pass our checklist. Based on the patient's needs, Treat Pa is driven to make sure you have a hassle-free surgical experience that will work within your budget.

    We at Treat Pa also provide free concierge services and a post-surgery consultation.

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