Spinal / Disc Surgery

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Spinal & Disc Surgery

Every single day tens of thousands of Irish people experience back pain. If you are one of these people, maybe back surgery is right for you.

If you are like the majority of people who have experienced back pain for prolonged periods, you will have most likely tried various non-surgical procedures. You may have had aromatherapy, physical therapy, medications, massages, etc.

If these non-surgical treatments have not worked and you’re still living in pain, it’s time to, at the very least, consider back surgery.

What exactly is back surgery?

Back surgery aims to provide a cure for various types of back pain our patients may be feeling. Surgery aims to change the patient’s anatomy associated with the back and spine.

There are a wide number of symptoms and conditions that can cause back pain. This is why there are so many procedures available depending on your individual situation.

It’s absolutely essential to consult your doctor regarding what pain you feel. A quality consultation will enable your doctor to steer you towards the appropriate treatment and procedure.

It is true that with the new technology we have available now in Spain, we can offer minimally invasive procedures. Back surgery may still appear daunting, we understand this. The procedures on offer can now cure your pain and quicken your recovery time.

When should I consider Back Surgery?

For those patients who have persistent pain and discomfort, back surgery is a reasonable option. This is especially true for people who are finding no relief with non-surgical procedures.

If a patient has been experiencing back or neck pain for months the surgeon may suggest this back surgery procedure. Let’s say you are someone who has been living constantly in pain.

This might be caused by the degeneration of discs, bone spurs, spinal stenosis, pain between vertebrae, herniated or bulging discs or other conditions.

Back surgery may be the only option to help you to get back to living a full and pain-free life.

Benefits of Spinal / DIsc Surgery

The upside to back surgery is potentially huge

  • You can see an increased range of motion, giving you more freedom to do the physical things you enjoy.
  • Surgery can eliminate pain.
  • Patients can return to a pain free life.
  • You’ll have a reduced possibility of further procedures and additional treatments.
  • Minimally invasive options are available.
  • Reduced intake of medications.

Risks of Back Surgery

Like every procedure, there are risks attached to back surgery, even with the major advances that have been made recently.

  • Bleeding and infection.
  • Possible Heart attack and stroke.
  • Blood clots.
  • Nerve damage.
  • Reaction to anaesthesia.
  • Need for additional procedures.
  • Infection.

How Do I Manage Pain During My Recovery?

It is the main concern of clients, the pain  associated with your back surgery. This may be a significant symptom during your recovery.

This doesn’t mean you’ll have pain after your surgery. You may know others who have thought long and hard about back surgery, got it in Ireland, and complained even more about the pain they felt after.

The success of your back surgery and any discomfort you feel afterwards is dependent on the type of  surgery you have and also the level of care you receive.

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