Monday, 18 September 2017

Get Back Your Flexibility By Disc Surgery


A prolapsed disc is a spine condition that causes lower back pain, numbness and muscle weakness In the lower body, this condition is also called as a herniated disc. The surgical method is not the first option for treating disc prolapse, they often do not require surgery that is well treated by nonsurgical treatment, but in some cases, the symptoms of a herniated disc are very painful and in such cases, surgery is done for restoring normal function of the disc.


What causes Disc Prolapse? 


  • If you fall from a significant height and landing on buttocks can transmit significant free across the spine and cause disc injury 
  • If you attempt to lift an object which is too much heavy can substantial stress on the intervertebral discs, this may cause a disc damage 
  • Smoking or the excessive use of alcohol 
  • Obesity
  • Lack of exercise 
  • Malnutrition 
  • A family history of herniated discs or other spine difficulties 

The Symptoms of Prolapsed Disc 


  • Pain in the shoulder or buttocks 
  • Weakness involving one or both arms or legs 
  • Pain running down one or both arms or legs 
  • Numbness in one or both arms or legs 
  • Difficulty in moving arms and body

The different surgical procedures available are:

  • Discectomy 
  • Percutaneous discectomy 

Bulging discs are mainly treated with percutaneous discectomy surgery. This procedure is not much effective to treat completely ruptured disc

  •  Laminotomy and laminectomy 

This is mainly deal with patients whose age-related changes often cause pressure on the spinal nerve root and spinal cord. This pressure is mainly treated with Laminotomy.In this procedure, the spinal cord is covered with a protective arc or covering
 Risk Factors

  • Bending in spine
  •  Difficulty in walking
  •  Nerve and ligaments injury 
  • Bleeding 
  • Infection

Kasturi multispeciality hospital in Hyderabad provides all kind of orthopedic treatment in most advanced manner at affordable rates
For more details
Visit:kasturihospitals.com 
Mail: kasturihospitals2014@gmail.com

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