For patients who have already undergone spinal surgery, it can be difficult to hear that they need another surgery. However, even with the best surgeons and care, it may be necessary to perform a revision spine surgery to correct complications from one surgery or to tackle new spine problems unrelated to the previous procedure.
When a patient hears they may need spine surgery, they often have many questions about the risks. Doctors at the Spine Clinic in Oklahoma City are making strides in minimally invasive spine surgery (MISS) which stands out for their reduced risk when compared with traditional approaches.
Nobody deserves to suffer from spinal pain. With the right diagnosis, Dr. Braly, founder of The Spine Clinic, can address lifelong problems and provide the necessary relief. Spinal fusion, also known as arthrodesis, is a surgery completed in order to stabilize the spine. Often times, spinal fusion surgery is the last resort for spine relief. Even when surgery is necessary, patients are in safe hands at The Spine Clinic.
Pressure on the spinal cord and nerve roots is painful for just about anybody. Spinal cord and nerve decompression surgeries refer to a variety of procedures that are guided to relieve pressure on the spinal cords and nerve roots. The pressure, in turn, creates an array of symptoms that are recognizable among many clients. Dr. Braly, the founder of the Spine Clinic, specializes in spinal medicine and is familiar with the symptoms that could lead to spinal decompression.