At Onus Hospitals, we provide world-class Endoscopic Spine Surgery to our patients, utilizing the latest and most advanced technologies in the field of orthopedics. Our experienced doctors combine a variety of treatments to provide targeted relief and long-term solutions for Endoscopic Spine Surgery . From conservative treatments such as physical therapy, to minimally invasive procedures, our team of experts is dedicated to providing the best possible care for Endoscopic Spine pain patients. We offer personalized treatment plans, tailored to the needs of each individual, to ensure the best possible outcome. With our commitment to quality and excellence, Onus Hospitals is the premier choice for Endoscopic Spine Surgery treatment.
Endoscopic Spine Surgery is a chronic pain conditions in which the patient have pain in low back and buttock radiating down to the leg and toes. The pain is occurring due to inflammation in the sciatic nerve which is thickest nerve of the body and runs from back of the buttock till the leg. Usually the pain will be on one leg only but rarely there can be pain in both the legs. There is nerve compression or pinching occurring due to herniated disc or any bony spur compressing the nerve or due to spinal canal stenosis. The pain is dull aching pain or a shooting kind of pain may or may not be associated with tingling and numbness.
like old age, obesity , heavy physical activity, prolonged sitting .
Patient will have a radiating pain from buttock to back of the leg. There will be continuous pain along the nerve path. The pain is dull aching or throbbing or may be like electric shock like which may or may not be associated with features like tingling and numbness in the leg or foot. The pain will initially be mild and then slowly can become severe which will increase on walking . Patients with RED FLAGS (weakness of the leg or having urinary and bowel incontinence ) are candidates for immediate surgery. The pain increases on walking and standing and subsides on resting or sitting.
Several spinal disorders can trigger this condition. Medical conditions that may cause sciatica
Spinal tumor • Osteoarthritis • Bone spur (overgrowth of bone)
Lumbar degenerative disc disease
Lumbar spinal stenosis (an abnormal narrowing of the lower spinal canal )