Spinal Cord Surgery: Destination India

By: Dr Arjun Bojwani

Indian hospitals provide utmost good and compassionate care to the international patients for their spinal cord surgery in India. International patients are moving towards India in search of low cost spinal cord surgery. Indian medical tourism in India is associated with the world-class super specialty spine surgery hospitals in India at metro cities like Delhi, Mumbai and Chennai. Indian hospitals have number of experienced and highly qualified health experts for spinal cord surgery in India.? Indian hospitals always provide expected results to the patient seeking spine surgery in India with full satisfaction and spirit. The spine surgery hospitals all over India have top class infrastructure and are equipped with all latest medical amenities and are maintaining high standards in patient care and medical safety with a well renowned medical staff, use the latest innovative surgical techniques and equipments to minimize the recovery time.



The spine has of a series of bone blocks (vertebral bodies) which are separated from one another by discs of soft tissue. Within the structure of the spine sits a tunnel called the spinal canal. This tunnel contains the neurologic structures including the spinal cord and nerve roots. Although there is some free space between the neurologic structures and the edges of the spinal canal, this space can be reduced by many different conditions including injury to the spine. Spinal cord surgery refers to the condition of in which spinal cord is treated to remove the injuries and traumas in the spinal cord. Arthritis of the small joints in the spine (facets) as well as thickening of ligaments and formation of bony spurs can all lead to gradual squeezing and irritation of neurologic structures. This process is usually gradual and can lead to symptoms such as pain with walking, a decreased endurance for physical activities, heaviness in the legs, tingling sensations, tightness and numbness in the legs with activity, and often associated low back pains. Spinal cord ranges from physical therapy to epidural injections and finally surgery in certain cases. Since patients affected by spinal cord injury are usually elderly, treatment must carefully consider not only the disease in the spine but also the risks and benefits of treatment in each individual. Although the surgery and steroid injections into the affected area of the spinal cord can offer good relief in some patients, there are people who will only get temporary relief if at all. In patients who have failed non-operative then spinal cord surgery is the final solution. Prior to designing a treatment plan for any individual, careful diagnosis must be made. This will often involve tests such as an MRI, CT scan, or myelogram and plain X-rays. In those patients who are candidates for surgery, the goal is to free up the constricted regions of the spinal canal to ensure freeing the affected neurologic structures



Spinal cord surgery in India is done in India at less cost with the international medical and healthcare facilities and one can also enjoy the exotic vacations in India by the agency of medical tourism. Indian hospitals of spine surgery ensure international patients for a successful outcome and fast spinal cord surgery in India. Indian medical tourism is assisting international patients for various medical treatments. Indian medical tourism is providing many facilities to the international patients like:? scheduling a procedure, Airport Pick up & drop, Travel arrangements (Local transportation and sight seeing), Translators (if required), Coordinating all appointments, Arranging accommodation for patients and attendants. So abroad natives can rely upon the quality of medical treatment in India and get spinal cord surgery at advanced spine surgery hospitals of Delhi, Mumbai and Chennai for more details of spinal cord surgery in India please visit at http://www.dheerajbojwani.com and email to contact@dheerajbojwani.com



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