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What are the Symptoms of Herniated Disc?
Not all Herniated Disc has any kind of painful symptoms.
Some may have pain in the Arms, Back, Foot or Leg.
Some may also have sensation like Numbness, uncomfortable tingling, burning, needles or pins in their legs.
Some may feel numbness in their foot & Leg and stiff neck at times.
What is the cure to Herniated Disc?
Herniated Disc is not diagnosed from any kind of blood test or X-Rays.
If you experience any of the above symptoms that may indicate some level compression of Nerve.
Generally Herniated Discectomy can be controlled with Physical Exercises under guidance and medication.
Some may need a onetime Epidural Injection for temporary relief of pain.
Compression of Nerve are due to various reasons, Herniated Disc being one of the major reasons.
The level and kind of pain helps an Orthopaedic Doctor to diagnose the reason for pain.
Consult an Orthopaedic Doctor if dedicated Physical Exercises & medication has no relief for 4-6 weeks.
Minimal Invasive Surgical Procedure is recommended post 4-6 weeks of conservative treatment has failed.
The Minimal Invasive Procedure is called Endoscopy Lumbar Discectomy which is generally in the lower back i.e. Lumbar Spine.
What is Endoscopy Lumbar Discectomy procedure?
Endoscopic Discectomy is to remove the part of disc which is compressing the Nerve.
A small key hole incision is made at the precise part of the Disc.
A Tubular retractor is inserted through that small incision.
With the help of Microscope an Endoscope Surgeon can look at the lower end of the Disc hence this Surgery is also called as Microdiscectomy.
And then the part of disc is removed which creates the compression of Nerve due to which the pain exist.
After the part of disc is removed which compressed the Nerve, incision is closed without any stitches.
Post a Endoscopy Lumbar Discectomy patient gets instant relief from pain.
Why choose Endoscopy Lumbar Discectomy?
Only if the conservative treatment has not worked for 4-6 weeks you should go for Endoscopy Lumbar Discectomy.
Endoscopy Lumbar Discectomy is a Non Invasive Procedure i.e. No Cuts & No Stitches.
It is roughly a 45 mins procedure.
It is done in General Anaesthesia so there is no pain during and post the procedure.
There is no bleeding and discomfort.
You can be back home after 4 hours of Procedure being completed.
It is an Instant Pain relief for patient with chronic pain.
No need to take constant pain killers post the procedures.
Normal day to day activity can resume after 3-4 days.
Why Choose UPHI a Wellness & Surgical Centre for Endoscopy Lumbar Discectomy?
We believe in identifying the perfect Super Speciality Surgeons to perform Super Speciality Surgeries.
We are known for choosing the Best Surgeons with rich experience in their specific Super Speciality.
We believe in hand holding our patients throughout their journey of inconvenience till they feel their Best.
We have the most advanced equipments & infrastructure to perform Minimal Invasive Spine Procedures.
Our Orthopaedic Surgeon and his Team has performed more than 3000 such Procedures.
Orthopaedic Doctors at UPHI a Wellness Surgical Centre are internationally trained on Minimal Invasive Spine Procedures.
Our highly qualified Nursing Staff are trained to offer care with a smile leaving no stone unturned for pain free experience.
What does our Spine Consist of?
The Most important part of our Spine is our Spinal Cord.
Spinal Cord is the group of Nerve running throughout the Vertebrae.
There are 33 Vertebrae which makes the Spinal Column which are aligned one above the other.
Vertebrae are interlocking bones which creates a Canal through which Spinal Cord passes.
The Nerves from the Spinal Cord branches out between every Vertebrae from both sides.
There are 31 Spinal Nerves reaching various parts of the body which is connected to the Human Brain.
These Nerves carries sensation to and fro from various parts of our body to the Human Brain.
What is Herniated Discectomy?
An Intervertebral Disc lies between two adjacent Vertebrae in the Vertebra Column.
These Intervertebral Disc allows slight movement of Vertebrae and acts like a Ligament.
An Intervertebral Disc consist of Annulus the Outer layer and Nucleus being the Inner Layer.
Annulus is the stronger layer which protects Nucleus the gel-like fluid which acts like a shock absorber.
When Nucleus pushes itself out from Annulus it leads to Herniated Disc.
Nucleus leakage pushes the Annulus which leads to Compression of Nerves.
Nerve Compression leads to pain in Neck, Leg or Arms.
Higher Nucleus Leakage leads to higher compression which leads to higher pain.
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