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A doctor touches a virtual Spine in hand describes the spinal stenosis treatment.
Published by Dr. Umesh Srikantha on June 19, 2024
In-depth Insights Into Spinal Stenosis Management
Have you or your loved ones been diagnosed with Spinal Stenosis? This spinal condition occurs when the space around your spinal cord narrows and applies pressure on the spinal cord and nerves. Our article aims to inform you of spinal stenosis, the causative factors, symptoms, and lumbar canal stenosis treatment options to manage this condition. […]
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Surgeon performs endoscopic microdiscectomy of herniated intervertebral disc.
Published by Dr. Umesh Srikantha on May 29, 2024
Endoscopic Spine Surgery – A Groundbreaking Step in Spinal Care
Endoscopic spine surgery is at the cutting edge of advanced spinal care, offering a forward-thinking choice in treating back issues. This approach is reshaping the way health experts tackle challenging spine problems. It uses small-scale, less invasive methods that lead to swift healing, fewer complications after surgery, and tiny scars. Adopting techniques like Interlaminar Endoscopic […]
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Image highlighting the word cervical disc illustrates the pros and cons of cervical disc replacement.
Published by Dr. Umesh Srikantha on May 19, 2024
Balancing the Pros & Cons of Cervical Disc Replacement Surgery
While considering cervical disc replacement surgery, it is essential to consider every angle before you make a healthcare choice. Patients who have undergone Artificial Cervical Disc Replacement in Bangalore call it a life changer. The surgery provides dramatic pain relief and better mobility, which uplifts the quality of life for many people. However, every medical […]
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Image of a young man suffering from back pain due to herniated spinal disc.
Published by Dr. Umesh Srikantha on April 25, 2024
Discerning the Differences Herniated Disc vs Spinal Stenosis
Diving into spine health can feel complex, especially when sorting out issues like herniated disc vs spinal stenosis. Each can wreak havoc on your life with similar symptoms but stem from different changes in your spine. A herniated disc is a rupture or bulge that bugs nearby nerves, while spinal stenosis is about narrowing spaces […]
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Image illustration of a woman having lower back pain due to spinal fractures.
Published by Dr. Umesh Srikantha on April 11, 2024
Navigating Spine Fractures- An Essential Guide for Patients
Imagine a sudden jolt to your back, changing life as you know it, leaving you with a spine fracture. These injuries, caused by intense impacts or health issues, challenge the vertebrae's role in your movement and overall function. It is vital to grasp what spine fractures entail, their possible effects, and available treatments from your […]
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A boy child suffering from Scoliosis disease.
Published by Dr. Umesh Srikantha on March 18, 2024
Essential Insights into Scoliosis Disease
Consider the role your spine plays in overall health. When it bends abnormally, a condition known as Scoliosis Disease emerges, posing challenges for many. This is not just about a crooked back. It is about how such a bend can affect your daily activities and future health. Knowing about and responding to signs of Scoliosis […]
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A pencil sketch of a woman performing neck exercises.
Published by Dr. Umesh Srikantha on November 6, 2023
Exercises for your neck while driving
Keeping your neck in the same position (eyes on the road for driving) for prolonged periods can cause stiffness and pain in the neck at the end of a long journey or cumulatively over a period of several weeks. Doing simple mobilization exercises can prevent neck stiffness and resultant pain. Since these exercises can result […]
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Medical images of the spine during the minimally invasive treatment procedures.
Published by Akshay Hari on June 28, 2020
Need a Second Opinion?
Don’t fear while we are here.  Having a spine related problem can be daunting enough and being suggested a surgery might only intimidate you further.  Our team of best spine specialists at Spine 360, understands that deciding about surgery can be a highly confusing process. That is why taking a second opinion might be a […]
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The image illustrates the recent technology used in spine surgery.
Published by Dr. Umesh Srikantha on May 24, 2020
Modern Day spine surgery – Safe, Accurate and Effective
Spine surgery has always carried with it the myth of being unsafe, risky, dangerous and needing a long time to recuperate and get back to normal activity thereafter. Many people have refused spinal surgery owing to this misconception and the general neighborly or well-wisher advice always given is to avoid one, even when it is […]
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A doctor explains with a human spine model.
Published by Dr. Umesh Srikantha on May 24, 2020
Minimally Invasive Spine surgery – Myths busted
What is Minimally Invasive spine surgery? Minimally invasive spine surgery (MISS) is a new and improvised technique of doing spine surgery. Here surgery is done using either an endoscope or small tubes, which pass through the muscle. In conventional, microscopic or open surgery, the muscles often have to be divided and retracted from their attachments […]
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