FAQ About Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery Answered By Dr. Rajinder Singh
Minimally invasive spine surgery is explained as an open surgical procedure treat to various spinal diseases, for example, spinal stenosis, scoliosis, a degenerative disc problem, and herniated disc. Many people experience endoscopic spine surgery which is the type of MISS. This surgery is totally safe and secure because it includes small incisions. There are many questions which people asked Dr. Rajinder Singh about this surgery include-:
Who is the good candidate for MISS?
People who are suffering from back and neck pain from the past year. In addition, who try many natural treatments and other medications to get relief from severe pain but they are unable are the good candidate for this surgery. Moreover, this surgery is a great solution for people who are experiencing some health such as spinal stenosis, sciatica, and herniated discs. He also reveals that some other types of spine diseases additionally require open surgical treatment.
How is MISS surgery performed?
This procedure is totally safe and secure because it includes only small and little cuts or incisions. After that surgeon access the spine with the fine tools that are known as retractors. Your surgeon treats your spine with the help of small incisions in which they treat painful vertebrates with careful fusion procedure. This MISS procedures only takes 2 hours to do.
What is the recovery process of MISS surgery?
Dr. Rajinder Singh reveals that this is too safe and fast process even fast than you think. You can easily get up and walk after the medical procedure. Additionally, you can go back to home after 5 hours. If you feel any problem and inflammation then you have to stay for 2 days under the supervision of a doctor. Moreover, you can go back to your normal routine within 2 months.
Do I need any physical therapy after the MISS medical procedure?
Actually, it is not necessary that you have to follow any restrict schedule. You can simply follow the walk and other lite exercises after the procedure. But many people feel good to perform some lite physical therapies for fast recovery. But you should avoid heavy weight exercises for 2 months after the surgery.
What are the benefits of the MISS procedure?
There are many benefits of this surgery include a low risk of bleeding, swelling, and pain. Since this procedure is done by small incisions which is totally safe and protect you from infections.