In recent past, due to our sedentary lifestyles, spinal problems among people in Gurgaon have increased. It is a neurological problem. Spinal problems are interlinked to brain and hence can be fatal. We at GNH Hospital, Gurgaon provide the best treatments for Spine problems. We have performed various Spinal neurology treatments in Gurgaon in recent past with successful outcomes.
Our team of spine specialist at GNH Hospital, Gurgaon have performed various spinal surgeries with modern technologies available across the globe.
In the spine surgery the bone used for procedure is usually taken from another bone in the body, most often from the hip. This does not damage the hip and makes the fusion more stable. If needed, a small surgery on the hip will be performed at the same time as the spine surgery.
The outcome of the spinal neurology at GNH Hospital, Gurgaon will be satisfactory and will give a best treatment for healthy life to the patient. This will prove to be a rebirth for spinal neurology patients in Gurgaon.
Dr Anubhav Gulati is a well known orthopaedic, orthopaedic spine and joint replacement surgeon having worked with various hospitals in Delhi, Gurgaon and abroad. Dr Gulati has an experience of more than 17 years as orthopaedic, trauma and joint replacement surgeon.He is one of the best ortho doctor in gurgaon for postural related problems like cervical or lower back pain.
Dr. Prince Gupta is one of the most qualified Orthopaedic Joint & Spine Specialist available in Gurgaon. He has been trained at the best centres in Seychelles, United Kingdom and Australia. He worked at one of the finest Orthopaedic Hospitals in India - Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi for 3 years. He has been associated with Sir Gangaram Hospital, New Delhi, Fortis Hospital Gurgaon, Artemis Hospital Gurgaon before moving to GNH Hospital Gurgaon as Senior Consultant - Joint & Spine Institute.
What is a Spinal Cord?
The spinal cord is a collection of nerves that travels from the bottom of the brain down your back. There are 31 pairs of nerves that leave the spinal cord and go to your arms, legs, chest and abdomen. These nerves allow your brain to give commands to your muscles and cause movements of your arms and legs.
What is a Spinal Cord Injury?
Although the hard bones of the spinal column protect the soft tissues of the spinal cord, vertebrae can still be broken or dislocated in a variety of ways and cause traumatic injury to the spinal cord. Injuries can occur at any level of the spinal cord. The segment of the cord that is injured, and the severity of the injury, will determine which body functions are compromised or lost. Because the spinal cord acts as the main information pathway between the brain and the rest of the body, a spinal cord injury can have significant physiological consequences.
Disc Replacement Surgery
Sometimes a disc, the cushion that separates your vertebrae, can slip out of place, press on a spinal nerve, and cause back pain. In a discectomy, the surgeon removes all or part of the disk.
A surgeon removes the damaged spinal disc and inserts an artificial one between your vertebrae. After disc replacement surgery patient can bend or move their spine. Recovery time may be shorter than for a spinal fusion, too.
What are the types of Spinal Cord Injury?
Quadraplegia occurs in case of any kind of physical trauma that crushes and compresses the vertebrae in the neck. This type of spine injury can cause irreversible damage at the cervical level of the spinal cord and below. This type of spinal cord injury may even cause paralysis of most of the body including the arms and legs.
Paraplegia occurs mostly in cases of car or bike accidents. In this type of spine injury the middle back i.e. thoracic or lumbar spine gets affected and may cause paralysis of the legs.
What are the Surgeries available in India for Treatment of Spinal Cord Injury?
Surgery to stabilize the spine can be performed from the back of the spine, called posterior spine surgery, or from the front of the spine, called anterior spine surgery. In some cases, both approaches may be needed, usually in two separate operations.
A fusion procedure involves attaching metal screws, plates or other devices to the bones of the spine to keep them properly aligned. This is usually done when two or more of the spinal bones, also called vertebrae have been injured. Small pieces of bone may also be attached to the injured bones to help them fuse into one solid piece.