Academic Hospital Hildesheim
Department of Spine Surgery (14)
Specialized in: spine surgery
About the department
The Department of Spine Surgery at the Academic Hospital Hildesheim under the direction of Dr. med. Thomas Günther covers the entire spectrum of spine surgery, as well as neurosurgical care in case of accidents (e.g. acute cerebral hemorrhages). The department treats more than 1,500 inpatients and almost 6,000 outpatients. Close interdisciplinary cooperation with the Departments of Surgery, Anesthesiology, Internal Medicine and Radiology is an integral part of the department’s work.
In the field of spine surgery, the service range covers all injuries, tumorous changes in the bones, metastases, herniated discs and nerve root compression, as well as spinal cord compression in each part of the spine – from skull to cervical spine and up to the sacrococcygeal region. An essential importance is given to the interdisciplinary cooperation with Oncology, Gynecology and Radiation Therapy at the Academic Hospital Hildesheim. If necessary, these are involved in providing comprehensive medical care. In addition, the department actively uses intraoperative neuromonitoring.
Intervertebral disc surgery involves the use of all treatments for both cervical and lumbar spine. Also, the doctors have in their arsenal minimally invasive techniques, such as endoscopic discectomy or removal of sequestra, nucleoplasty and replacement of intervertebral discs. Preference is given to microsurgical techniques. Depending on the indications and the disease, there can be used all available ventral and dorsal methods.
The main focuses of the department include:
- Spine surgery
- Intervertebral disc surgery
- Pain therapy
Department of Spine Surgery.
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