• Brain Tumors
  • Brain hemorrhage
  • Surgery for congenital abnormalities
  • Radio surgery
  • Cranial Anatomy
  • Spinal Disorders
  • Astrocytoma
  • Cervical spinal canal stenosis
  • Epilepsy
  • Glioma
  • Lumbar spinal canal  stenosis
  • Spinal stenosis
  • Spinal cord tumor
  • Spinal Fracture with paraplegia / Quadriplegia
  • Pain Management Clinic

Discprolapse usually happens in cervical region in between the vertebral bodies form C3 to C7 & in Lumber region form D12 to S1 level commonly found in L45 & L5 S1 level. Lay mans or non medical man they take it as something  grows on bony spine  causing compression to the nerve, leading to pain in the neck and loin referring to the both arms or both legs. Most of the time these patients are provided with the braces / belts hot compress / analgesic oniments / defferent types of Physiotherapy / spinal tractions / analgesic tablet  and patient gets  temporary relief only ultimately they take advice of Neurosurgeon. After MRI done most of the Neuro Surgeon adviced operation for the same.

Operation has complication / failure / huge expenditure / long continued distress and risk of life, specially in old age. In this case patient may take help of discolysis   under local anesthesia with less expenditure / less distress / less complication / more chance of recovery / minimum hospitalization by simple one injection in the disc space.

What are the risks of the surgery?
If you are planning to have surgery your biggest concern should be the final outcome. Will your life be improved by the procedure or do the risks outweigh the rewards? No surgery is risk free, but understanding the possible complications can help you make a better decision.

Immediately before your surgery the surgeon will meet with you and explain the potential risks for your surgery. This process is called "informed consent" and is absolutely necessary, but happens too late to assist in planning.
When will I be able to eat and drink after surgery?
If you have had surgery, the food you eat can make a great impact on your recovery and on how quickly your wound heals. Eating the right foods can prevent complications, such as constipation, and provide the necessary building blocks your skin needs to heal quickly.
One of the best things you can do to improve your nutritional status when you are recovering from surgery, is to focus on whole foods. That means to choose foods that are “whole” or unprocessed. For example, an orange would be a whole food. Orange juice, though, would be a more processed version. A baked potato would be a whole food, while a French fry would be more processed and less healthy, having been fried.

Processed foods tend to have much higher amounts of fat, sugar, salt and chemical additives, but far less fiber and vitamins than their whole food counterparts. One easy way to stick to more nutritious, less processed foods is to focus on the outside aisles of the grocery store. Most grocery stores are set up with unprocessed foods on the outermost areas of the store in the produce, butcher/fish, dairy and bread areas. By doing the majority of your shopping in those areas, you will naturally choose healthier foods.
What type of incision care will I be expected to do after surgery?
Surgical incisions require care in order to heal quickly and completely without becoming infected. Closed surgical incisions require the same care whether they were closed with sutures, staples, steri-strips or surgical glue. Open incisions, or incisions that are left open for the surgeon to close at a later time, require very different care from the standard closed incision.

If you have had surgery and your incision is still healing, plan on showering at least once a day if you are able. A shower is an ideal way to clean your incision and remove soap residue without softening the incision to the point of weakness. If you cannot shower, it is best to take a “sponge bath” rather than bathe for the first few weeks if you cannot bathe without soaking your incision for an extended period of time.
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