Spinal Fusion Surgery in Tijuana, Mexico (Spine Fusion)
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Spinal fusion surgery is a common procedure for those suffering from lower back pain and spinal issues. It’s especially helpful for patients with diseases such as degenerative disc disease, spondylolisthesis, or scoliosis.
Spinal fusion surgery or Spine surgery stops the motion at a painful vertebral segment, which decreases pain from the joint or lower back. There are various techniques for spinal fusion surgery, and all use bone graft to add to an area of the spine, creating a biological response that makes the bone graft grow between the two vertebral segments and fuse together, stopping any movement at that segment.
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Spinal Fusion Surgery (Spine Surgery)
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Patients with the following diseases could be candidates for spinal fusion surgery in Mexico:
- Degenerative disc disease
- Isthmic, degenerative or post laminectomy spondylolisthesis.
Other conditions that may be treated by a spinal fusion surgery include a weak or unstable spine or lower back (caused by infections or tumors), fractures, scoliosis or deformity. This is if abnormal and excessive movement at a vertebral segment causes severe pain and an inability to function normally.
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Angeles Hospital Mexico encourages all Spinal Fusion (Spine Surgery) patients and their families to do their research and ask all the questions they have about the treatment, hospital, doctors, and general team so the have full confidence and trust in their decisions. Here are a few of the most frequently asked questions regarding our Spinal Fusion Surgery procedure in Mexico.
The procedure works by adding a bone graft to an area of the spine, which creates a biological response that causes the bone graft to grow between two vertebral segments and fuse together. Ultimately, this fusion will stop any movement at that segment.
At every level in the spine, there is a disc space at the front and some paired facet joints at the back. These elements work together to define a motion segment and allow multiple degrees of movement. Two vertebral segments must be fused together to stop the movement at one segment. This means an L4-L5 (lumbar segment 4 and lumbar segment 5) spinal fusion is defined as a one-level spinal fusion.
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