Minimally Invasive Neck Surgery

Minimally Invasive Neck Surgery


What is a Minimally Invasive Neck Surgery?
How long is the surgery?
How long is the hospital stay?
Do I need Anesthesia?
Recovery Time

What is a Minimally Invasive Neck Surgery?

Minimally invasive surgery is used by an experienced surgeon to minimize damage to the surrounding tissue, on the way to the spine. In minimally invasive neck surgery, special attention is given to preservation of the normal muscle and tendon attachments. Muscles are not cut, instead the surgery is done by creating a tunnel, gently pushing the muscles aside. As soon as the surgery is completed, muscles return to their normal position.

MINIMALLY INVASIVE NECK SURGERY TREATS THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS:
Bone Spurs
Bulging disc
Herniated disc
Pinched nerve
Spine stenosis
Arthritis of the neck

How long is the surgery?

An experienced team of nurses and anesthesiologists work together with Dr.Mobin. Front procedures for removal of herniated disc, or back approaches for shaving bone spurs and removing spine arthritis take one and half hour for routine procedures.

How long is the hospital stay?

Most patients are sent home after 6 hours of recovery at the facility. Front procedures for removal of disc and spacer placement require an overnight stay.

Do I need Anesthesia?

For the most comfortable experience, general anesthesia or being completely sleep through the procedure, is recommended. An experienced group of anesthesiologists at our facilities administer and monitor the comfort and relaxation level.

Recovery Time

The minimally invasive procedures decrease the bleeding, tissue trauma and post-operative pain level. After the initial two weeks of recovery, return to work is generally around the third or fourth week after surgery.

Why Select Dr. Mohamed Mohi Eldin?

Call Us:
(002-02) 33022907

(002) 01223403690

https://mohamedmohieldin.com/

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