The cost of Spine Surgery of the L4 and L5 disc in India ranges from USD 5,000 to USD 12,000 and this cost may vary from person to person, surgeon, city where the surgery is performed etc. The problems related to L4 and L5 disc are from degenerative changes which are broadly categorized as follows: Spinal Fusion Spinal Decompression Artificial Spine Lumber Disc Replacement Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery Scoliosis SurgeMar - 14 - 2019 0 Comment Discs at Risk
There are various discs in our body and if one of them gets affected then it became difficult to move, bend, walk, sit or stand. Some of the common discs problems are as follows: a) Herniated disc at risk: If your herniated disc is at risk then the warning signs for that depend on the portion of your affected spine. If your lower back is affected, then it indicates the sign is sciatica pain in which the pain radiates down towards your leg and you feel numbnessMar - 8 - 2019 0 Comment Artificial Disc Replacement or Spinal Fusion: Which is Better For You?
According to the study, the artificial disc replacement is a procedure which is used to treat people with neck and arm pain; the results are the same as with a spinal fusion surgery. The study says that the additional surgery rate is about 2 to 3 times higher with a spinal fusion as compared to the disc replacement. This is the reason that people prefer artificial disc replacement surgery instead of spinal fusion. Another disadvantage ofMar - 4 - 2019 0 Comment Arthritis and How it Affects The Spine
Arthritis of the spine is progressive diseases which become worse as you grow old or if you consistently continue to injure an area of your spine. At the time, when the cartilage between two aligning facet joints starts to break down, motion begins to be impaired, it is leading to mechanical pain and motion range of your spine starts decreasing then is a condition which is arthritis. How it Affects the Spine? When you experience pain from arthritis in your sFeb - 28 - 2019 0 Comment 3 Things You Need to Know About Lumbar Degenerative Disc Disease
The main 3 things which you should know about your lumbar degenerative disc disease are as follows: a) Degenerative disc disease is not a disease: The most of the people usually think that a degenerative disc disease is a disease; however, the truth is that degenerative disc disease is a degenerative condition which is a part of the natural aging process and it is not a disease. This is a condition where most of the people will experience some degree of degenerFeb - 23 - 2019 0 Comment What to know about Kyphosis
Kyphosis is an abnormal rounding of your upper back and this is a relatively common condition which often develops in adolescence or young adulthood. If you have a small curve in your upper back then it is normal, however, kyphosis is an excessive spinal curve which can cause discomfort and lasting issues throughout your body. The main causes of kyphosis are poor posture, abnormalities in the spine, or age-related weakness.Feb - 19 - 2019 0 Comment 6 Signs of Spinal Stenosis
Spinal stenosis is a back condition which mainly occurs in men and women after the age of 50 years, and it became worse as you grow old. It can develop at various points along the spine. Spinal stenosis is a condition which happens when the spinal canal holding the spinal nerves and spinal cord become narrow. This narrowing puts more pressure on the spinal cord and nerves which trigger pain. Signs to know Spinal Stenosis Generally, the spinal canal narrFeb - 13 - 2019 0 Comment What You Need to Know about Spondylosis
Spondylosis is wear-and-tear which changes the spine. Most of the people have face spondylosis in their spine when they grow old. These age-related differences in the spine vary from one person to another and do not usually cause problems. The symptoms of spondylosis are usually occasional pain and stiffness. Spondylosis occurs in your neck is known as cervical spondylosis. The changes due to spondylosis can also be seen in other segments of your spine such as the lumbar regFeb - 11 - 2019 0 Comment What are the Symptoms of Spinal Cancer?
The symptoms of spinal cancer depend on various factors such as the type of a tumour, location, size, and extent of a tumour, your age, medical history and more. There are some common symptoms of spinal cancer such as pain, numbness, weakness, tingling and urine problem. According to study, the symptoms of spinal cancer occur very slowly, however, earlier the occurrence of spinal cancerFeb - 5 - 2019 0 Comment My Personal Experience of Spinal Cord Injury
A spinal cord injury is one of the most harrowing experiences that I have faced, however; it doesn’t mean that all hope is lost. After the damage of my spinal cord, there are certain changes occur in my life which allows me to adapt to a new lifestyle. However, I still keep my hopes alive. My surgeon told men that there are people with a similar situation and they have seenFeb - 2 - 2019 0 Comment