Specified Treatments


Discoplasty constitutes the most modern and bloodless discopathy treatment method, either in Cervical, or in Lumbar spine. It is a minimally invasive surgical technique.

Endoscopy - Endoscopic Lumbar Discectomy

The only discectomy surgical intervention in the world with parallel preservation of the anatomical structure.

If the intense pain or the neurological symptoms cannot be conservatively treated then surgical restoration is necessary. The purpose of discectomy is disc material removing and decompression or complete release of the nerve.

Percutaneous - Endoscopic Spinal Fusion

Percutaneous spinal fusion is performed through a small incision of 2 cm to 4 cm and is almost bloodless without muscle destruction. It is substantially about the use of screws by lateral approach and not in the middle line, conducted absolutely bloodless. Endoscopic spinal fusion is recently used. Patient gets in this case up the same day with the intervention. It is performed under local anesthesia and controlled sedation and, as a result, patient walks in 1 hour and leaves the hospital the other day losing almost no blood at all.

Percutaneous spinal fusion

This is the injection into the paravertebral joints (Facet Joint Block) with a fine needle and radioscopic guidance, radiography (c-arm), local anesthetic and cortisone which is done to treat chronic pain in the small joints of the vertebrae.

Robotic Spine Surgery

It is a kind of innovative, minimally invasive and non-traumatic surgery which is increasingly applied, inter alia, for the surgical treatment of various diseases of the spine.

Stem Cells and Growth Factors in Spine Diseases

These are treatments whose know-how and methodology are rapidly evolving, as early clinical trials have shown particularly encouraging results.

Kyphoplasty and Spondyloplasty

These are two minimally invasive, safe and effective treatments

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