What method of treating a spinal problem is best depends on many factors. Only a comprehensive study involving X-ray, CT and MRI images can show where the causes of back pain, sciatica or lumbago are. Only then a treatment recommendation can be given. It is best if the recommendation from the spectrum of all possible methods is chosen
- Disc surgery on the cervical and lumbar spine using microscope or endoscope.
- Artificial disc replacement in the cervical and lumbar spine.
- Fixation of the spine, open, minimally invasive or percutaneous (cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine by anterior and posterior).
- Fixation of the craniocervical transition (head and neck connection) in rheumatoid arthritis.
- Vertebroplasty, kyphoplasty in osteoporotic fractures and vertebral metastases.
- Axis correction, reduction and fixation of spondylolisthesis, scoliosis and kyphosis
- Decompression in lumbar and cervical spinal cal stenosis.
- Operations on peripheral nerves in bottleneck syndromes (carpal tunnel syndrome, ulnar sulcus).
- Facet joint infiltrations and denervation (rhizotomy).
- CT-guided epidural and periradicular therapy (PRT).