Nephrology Hospitals in Hyderabad

Spine Surgery

Pulmonologist in Hyderabad

Spine Surgery

Spinal problems can be one of most disabling musculoskeletal conditions impairing the quality of life significantly. The causes for these problems can be varied and the diverse possibilities being


. Age related degeneration in spinal column leading to Disc prolapse, Instability of Spinal column, and deformity   of spinal column.


. Trauma or Injuries of spinal column.


. Tumors and Infection of Spinal column.


. Deformities like Scoliosis, Kyphosis and other congenital abnormalities of spinal column.


. Inflammatory conditions of bone and joints like Rheumatoid arthritis and Ankylosing spondylitis affecting spinal   column.


Each of these problems has potential to cause unrelenting pain, weakness in limbs and sometimes pose threat to life. Hence, these complex problems require expert care of Spine Surgeons.


How do Deccan Spine Specialists Function?


Spine surgeons are specialists who complete additional years of medical training after post-graduation, in treating these challenging problems of spinal column. In present era of sophisticated technological advancements in medical field, patients must choose Spine surgeon who devote 100% of their practice in treating Spinal conditions. This means they will be more up-to-dates on newer techniques and technologies.


How do Deccan Spine Specialists Function?


Our mission at Deccan Hospital is to provide extraordinary care to patients suffering from these disabling Spinal disorders with the latest cutting edge technology and aforementioned most effective techniques. Deccan knows how to treat Spine Surgery patients and that too very well. The essential core of the treatment is to make sure that pain and discomfort caused to the patient is minimized and he or she is back to normal daily functions.


Does Deccan believe in prolonged treatment?


No. The expert surgeons are quick in their diagnosis and also proceed onto to treat accordingly. The end result is that the patient progresses well and as the saying goes " all is well that ends well".