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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 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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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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Images showing disc prolapse, normal disc & herniated disc.
Published by Dr. Umesh Srikantha on April 15, 2020
Lumbar Disc Prolapse (Disc Herniation)
Human spine is made up of series of bone called vertebrae placed one above another, in between these vertebrae intervertebral disc is located. Disc is a cushion like substance acting like a shock absorber in between two vertebrae. It has inner soft jelly like material (nucleus) covered by outer tough rubbery ring (annulus). Herniation refers […]
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Image showing compared image of normal state and stenosis state of spine.
Published by Dr. Umesh Srikantha on April 15, 2020
Lumbar Canal Stenosis
Spinal cord is a tubular structure and the nerves branches out and passes through the tunnel (spinal canal) and stenosis means narrowing of passage of nerves which can compress and pinch the nerve. Diminishing size of the spinal canal usually occurs due to changes associated with aging process as a result nerves become increasingly irritated […]
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A Synovial spinal cyst is shown in the image.
Published by Dr. Umesh Srikantha on April 15, 2020
SCIATICA
Sciatica is commonly referred to radiating leg pain, starting in the lower back radiating to buttocks, back of the thigh down to leg occasionally to foot and toes. Sciatica is caused due irritation or inflammation of lumbosacral nerve roots (sciatic nerve), attributing to pinched nerve resulting in pain and sometimes weakness in leg. Sciatica pain […]
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X-ray image illustrates low back pain which is highlighted in red for Lumbar-spondylosis.
Published by Dr. Umesh Srikantha on April 15, 2020
Lumbar Spondylolisthesis
Spondylolisthesis is a common spine pathology in which one vertebral body slips out of its normal position over the other vertebrae. There is malalignment of spine leading to deformity of spine then narrowing of spinal canal producing symptoms Slippage may be forward (anterolisthesis) or backward (retrolisthesis) Spondylolisthesis is seen in both children and adults with […]
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Infographic of Lumbar Spondylosis.
Published by Dr. Umesh Srikantha on April 15, 2020
Lumbar Spondylosis
Lumbar spondylosis is referring to umbrella of terms describing all the age related degenerative conditions of spine. Spondylosis may be applied non-specifically to any and all degenerative conditions affecting the disks, vertebral bodies, and/or associated joints (facet and Sacro iliac joint) of the lumbar spine. Common facts: Mixed group of lumbar degenerative disorder Inflammation, stiffness, […]
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The image displays a comparison of the normal bone and osteoporosis-affected bone.
Published by Dr. Umesh Srikantha on April 15, 2020
Osteoporosis of the Spine
“Osteoporosis” refers to weakness of the bones. It is a disease that causes bones to become brittle. It is a progressive condition that gets worse with age. Usually, it affects all bones of the body with a greater predilection for hips, wrist and spine. In spinal osteoporosis, the spinal bones get affected in such a […]
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