Spine – diagnosis, operation, treatment

Spinal pain won’t go away? If rehabilitation or injection treatment have not succeeded, try targeted therapy right at the source of the problem. If you want to avoid an operation and medicines and exercises don’t seem to cause any improvement, let our spine specialist examine it. After assessment, you will receive our highly successful x-ray guided spinal injection therapy that targets the centre of the problem. This highly successful injection therapy is the most modern bloodless method, which uses a selection of anti-inflammatory preparations, depending on the degree of damage, in order to achieve complete relief. The absolute control of the injection provided by x-ray guidance ensures that the medication is applied where it is needed and prevents complications.

Do not be afraid of having an operation. Spinal operations can be safe and highly effective. The most frequent cause of minimally invasive surgery are “slipped discs”. The operation requires just a few nights in hospital, and after a course of rehabilitation, your troubles will be gone. The effect can be impressive, and it is rare for troubles to return after an operation as long as you follow our instructions.

If you have pain caused by a damaged vertebra or its collapse due to osteoporosis or a fracture, an operation to fill it with bone cement has a good success rate and requires only a small incision. You don’t need to stay in hospital for long, and the relief from pain and the prevention of further deterioration are evident. This health problem does not tolerate delay and must be treated in a timely manner after careful preparation and the completion of examinations.

• Bone fragility – osteoporosis
• Vertebral fractures
• Slipped discs
• Spinal deformities and scoliosis
• Back pain
• Back pain and slipped discs – nucleoplasty
• Compressive vertebral fractures and vertebroplasty

• Minimally invasive disc surgery
• Standard disc operations
• Filling vertebral fractures in osteoporosis (bone fragility)
• Stabilisation of fractures
• Nucleoplasty
• Vertebroplasty

• Treatment with pills and ointment
• Targeted injection therapy with blood components
• X-ray guided injection at nerve roots
• Ozone injections to discs
• Outpatient infusion therapy
• Intensive hormonal infusion therapy
• Hospitalisation with simultaneous infusion and rehabilitation therapy
• Shockwave therapy
• Rehabilitation
• Food supplements