Lumbar Spinal Disc Herniation (2-3 Segments) — Endoscopic Nucleotomy (2-3 Segments): treatment in the Best Hospitals of Switzerland
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Department of Adult and Pediatric Spinal Surgery, Neurosurgery
The Department of Adult and Pediatric Spinal Surgery, Neurosurgery offers the full range of conservative and surgical treatment of diseases of the nervous system. Its special competence lies in the treatment of spinal diseases, including back pain, herniated discs, arthrosis, compression syndromes. The department deals with the treatment of patients of all age groups, ranging from young children to the elderly. If necessary, the highly qualified neurologists can also be involved in the therapeutic process. The clinical practice involves the use of state-of-the-art computer navigation systems that provide the highest accuracy when performing surgical procedures, which is especially important when performing operations on the brain and spine. Through the use of innovative equipment, the surgeons can eliminate damage to the healthy surrounding tissues.
General information: Highly qualified team of doctors of our Orthopedic Center in Zurich consists of three orthopedists and neurosurgeons.
Back diseases, injuries and abnormalities of the spine and musculoskeletal system can cause defects, malfunction and disabilities. Orthopedists deal with the causes and related damages of the musculoskeletal system with the help of medical therapy or surgery.
Spinal surgery covers a wide range of diseases and injuries of the spine, including neurosurgery. Rheumatology is a specialty dealing with diseases and functional disorders of the musculoskeletal system. They include inflammation of bones, joints and muscles (e.g., rheumatism, arthritis, or osteoporosis), as well as of internal organs and nerve systems.
Neurosurgery is an extremely high-precision branch of medicine, with the expertise and excellent tools being the basic condition for achieving optimal results. Neurosurgeon uses minimally invasive processes that reduce pain and hospital stay, as well as provides direct accompanying treatment.
It is well known that neurosurgery provides surgical treatment of the human nervous system diseases. No one would argue that Clinique Generale has huge experience in this field, first of all, in the field of spine surgeries (surgeries for herniated discs, etc.).
Our Spine Center offers a full range of spinal surgeries, especially revision surgeries. We consider the opening of the Spine Center in Klinik Birshof to be an extremely important event. This Center offers a comprehensive treatment of spinal disorders in the region. The long-term goal is an integrated diagnosis and treatment of spinal disorders. Close collaboration with well-known specialists from related areas (e.g., neurology, rheumatology, neurosurgery, orthopedic spinal surgery) allows reducing the cost of treatment and improve its quality.
The Department of Spinal Surgery offers the full range of modern conservative techniques and surgical interventions for the treatment of spinal diseases. The department has the status of one of the largest specialized medical facilities of this kind in Switzerland. A competent team of specialized doctors, physiotherapists and nurses closely cooperate for the benefit of their patients, applying all their clinical experience and expert knowledge for the restoration of back health. If possible, the doctors try to solve the problem using conservative methods, but in case of failure to achieve positive dynamics, they resort to surgery. Any therapeutic measures are prescribed individually, according to the medical history and diagnostic data of a particular patient.
The Department of Spinal Surgery offers all the options of modern medicine in the area of its specialization. The key focus in clinical practice is on minimally invasive spinal surgery and pain management in chronic back pain. The treatment tactics are developed for each patient individually, according to the results of exhaustive diagnostics – study of medical history, general examination of the spine, imaging tests (radiography, CT, MRI). The purpose of the treatment is to eliminate pain and ensure maximum freedom of movement.
The Department of Spine Surgery at the Multispecialty Hospital Lindberg specializes in treatment of acute and chronic back pain, various degenerative diseases (e.g., herniation of intervertebral disks, spinal canal stenosis and spine instabilities) as well as oncological spine diseases. Another objective of the Department is treatment of spine fractures caused by accidents or osteoporosis.
The Department of Spinal Surgery provides the full range of effective surgical treatment of spinal injuries and diseases, including quality postoperative care. The clinical practice is mostly focused on minimally invasive procedures, which ensure the speedy recovery of patients. The long successful experience of the department’s doctors allows them to competently combine treatment methods for the achievement of optimal results. The department’s medical team specializes in the treatment of injuries and diseases of all regions of the spine – from the cervical to the sacrococcygeal.
The Department of Neurosurgery offers the full range of surgical treatment of diseases of the central and peripheral nervous system. The special areas of the department’s specialization include the treatment of brain, spinal cord tumors, cervical and lumbar disc herniation, intracerebral hemorrhage and chronic pain. The successful clinical practice of the department is based on the combination of highly qualified doctors and state-of-the-art equipment, as well as on an individual approach to each patient.