Treatment of spine surgery failure and retracted cartilage
The herniated disc and the failure of previous surgeries are some of the reasons for back pain in patients who have previously completed previous surgeries in the spine for any reason.
Neural canal expansion and removal of the lumbar cartilage without bracing
Neural canal expansion, lumbar cartilage removal, and vertebral fixation with slides and screws
To simplify the reason, the reason for the failure of these surgeries is usually not due to a mistake made by the surgeon or lack of experience or inefficiency as many patients believe, but rather because of the nature of the human body, which is to recover with adhesions. The result of a surgical cutting and muscle cutting in the lower back and removing part of the vertebrae to expand the neural canal and insert foreign bodies such as metal slides and nails all these factors stimulate the nature of the human body to form adhesions around the lumbar nerve roots and inside the neural tube, which leads to the regurgitation of the same symptoms that the patient was complaining about before the surgery.
Carrying heavy objects, sitting for long periods, wrong use of the muscles of the spine, and the patient’s return to the wrong practices that he practiced before the operation is among the important reasons for the emergence of a new herniated disc or regurgitation.
A history of spinal surgery
Lower back pain
Methods of Treatment
Dealing with recurrent lumbar herniated disc and the failure of previous spine surgeries has become as easy as possible with the availability of modern, safe, and simple technologies.
After examining the patient in our center, reviewing his medical examinations, and determining the exact cause, the appropriate technology to treat this cause will be determined with simple, limited, non-surgical interventions. Ducting the inside of the neural tube with a catheter or sacral canal endoscope, and several other options, depending on the cause.
Neural canal catheterization is a safe technique that is controlled externally and directed by a doctor to release neural tube adhesions.
As for the sacral canal endoscopy: It is a small endoscope that reaches the neural tube through the catheter itself, to give the doctor a clear view of the neural tube.
Other ways to treat lower back pain without surgery
- Treatment of a lumbar herniated disc with a mini-laparoscopy
Treatment of a lumbar herniated disc with a sacral canal scope
Treatment of lumbar herniated disc and stiffness of the lumbar vertebrae with thermal frequency
Lumbar nerve root injection.
Treatment of lumbar nerve root inflammation with thermal frequency
Catheter expansion of the neural tube
Advantages of treatment of recurrent herniated disc and the failure of previous surgeries without surgery
We do not call it an operation except because it takes place inside the operating room. It is a minimally invasive procedure during which no incisions or cuts are made. Safe, easy, and simple, it takes no more than 45 minutes in a catheter chamber under local anesthetic. X-ray guided interventional machine.
None, it is considered one-day operations because the patient is discharged from the hospital on the same day, and total anesthesia is not used, in addition to the absence of any surgical cuts or any traction.