If the neurological release is critical in spinal surgery, the maintenance or restoration of stability and mechanical balance of the spine is equally. This stability and sagittal balance can be ensured by a rigid fusion, which restores the physiological curvature, the height of the intervertebral space and the foramina. Spinal fusion solves many problems but … More The lumbar spine fusion: Why ? How ? Its future ?
Let’s see : Cervical Disc Arthroplasty on 2 levels The discectomy goes along with a cervical arthrodesis with anterior approach, has proven its profit. The arthodesis of a defined cervical level leads to an overuse of the adjacent levels (intervertebral discs) and a precocious degeneration of those discs. An arthrodesis of several cervical levels … More Cervical Fusion and Cervical Disc Arthroplasty
– To restore disc height – To restore foraminal height – To restore sagittal balance – To restore the function of the intervertebral disc – To protect the lumbar muscles – To avoid the passage into the spinal canal Let’s see : The disc prosthesis is a minimally invasive surgery … More Lumbar Disc Arthroplasty
People are often surprised to be offered surgery for low back pain through an incision in the front of the abdomen. The disc that can be the cause of low back pain is at the front of the spine. The most efficient route to the disc is via this anterior approach. The spine can be … More Anterior Lumbar Approach