Our goal in performing Minimal Invasive Spine (MIS) surgery is torelieve the pressure on the Spinal Cord and nervesand/ or to stabilize the vertebral bones and spinal joints via very small keyhole incisions. The pressure usually generates as a result of conditions such as spinal instability, herniated discs, bone spurs, scoliosis, or spinal tumours.
What are the conditions treated using MIS Procedures?
Dr Akhil Tawari is well accomplished to offer MIS procedures for a wide range of spinal procedures including conditions such as
Treatment Overview :
The spinal nerves, vertebrae, and the discs are located deep inside the body. Getting access to them requires moving the muscle tissues out of your way. It gets facilitated by making a small incision to guide an instrument with in-built microscopic video camera through these incisions to have a better look of the spinal deformity. In general, lasers are very rarely used to perform MIS surgeries. There are various treatment options available for MIS surgery, such as:
Spinal discs are nothing but elastic rings made up of soft material that serve as cushions between the vertebral bones. Once the elastic rings get weakened, the soft tissues are herniated outside of the elastic ring. The MIS surgery is recommended to trim or remove the herniated disc using a tubular dilator, a microscope, and an endoscope.
Spinal Decompression :
Spinal stenosis (narrowing of vertebrae channel) is a common condition that results in compression of the nerves. An MIS surgery is recommended to the patient under which, the spine surgeon in Mumbai removes the bones and soft tissues, causing nerve compression using a tubular dilator, microscope, and an endoscope.
Transforaminal Lumbar Interbody Fusion (TLIF) :
Patients suffering from refractory mechanical low back and radicular pain associated with spondylolisthesis, degenerative disc disease and recurrent disc herniation, are recommended this MIS approach.
Are you an ideal candidate for MIS Surgery? :
Dr Akhil Tawari is one of the most highly-accomplished Orthopedic Spine Surgeon and has extensive experience in various spinal disorders, including degenerative conditions, spinal trauma, infection, and deformities such as scoliosis and kyphosis.
Before recommending any surgery, he first evaluates the patient’s medical history and examines their health to determine the best treatment approach for their spinal condition. If you are looking for spinal treatment or a second-thought to choosing a specific spinal surgery, book your appointment with Dr Akhil Tawari the spine surgeon in malad he shall guide you towards the most-effective and safest spinal surgery and treatments.
Procedure Performed in MIS surgery :
1. What is minimally invasive surgery?
Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery Is an alternative to traditional open surgical procedures. Unlike the traditional surgical procedure that requires a large incision and deeper cut, the MISS employs a procedure that gives the least discomfort and pain. It helps treat different spinal disorders such as spinal stenosis, herniated disk, scoliosis, degenerative disc disease.
2. What is the success rate of minimally invasive spine surgery?
The MISS procedures are an advanced state-of-art procedure that has 90% to 95% success rates.
3. Is minimally invasive surgery safe?
With high success rates and the minimal risk involved, the MISS surgery is safe.
4. What to expect after minimally invasive back surgery?
Minimally Invasive Back Surgery has a relatively high success rate and early healing. People having the surgery can get back home in one to two days’ duration. For a couple of weeks, patients are advised to take a break from work and rest.