Scoliosis Correction Surgery In Hyderabad
Dr Surya Prakash Rao, is a leading spine surgeon performing minimally invasive spine surgeries in Hyderabad, for patients suffering from spinal deformities such as kyphosis and scoliosis. He is working as a consultant orthopaedic and spine surgeon at Maxcure Hospitals, Hyderabad. He possesses 20 years of professional experience in the surgical management of spinal deformity.
As an Active Fellow of Scoliosis Research Society, he is proficient in identifying, diagnosing, and treating all kinds of scoliosis issues. He provides the suitable course of treatment, which includes both surgical and nonsurgical procedures for scoliosis. He is familiar with the latest medical advancements and uses them to provide excellent quality and care for patients suffering from spine disorders.
What Is Scoliosis?
The abnormal curve of the spine is termed as scoliosis. It is a disorder that is mostly seen in females than in males. Primarily scoliosis results from conditions such as cerebral palsy and muscular dystrophy. However, the exact cause of scoliosis is not known.
Minimally invasive scoliosis is a corrective surgery done to fix scoliosis. It is fairly a new method for correcting abnormal spine curve. Scoliosis can be cured without surgery but is needed when the range of curve is more than 45 degrees. The surgery for scoliosis is a spinal fusion.
Common Causes Of Scoliosis
- Muscular dystrophy
- Congenital disabilities
- Spinal injuries
- Spinal infections
- Cerebral palsy
- Family history
Diagnosis and Testing
As a part of the diagnosis, Dr Surya Prakash will conduct a few imaging tests, such as:
- Plumb line test
- Spine X-rays
- MRI or a bone scan
Scoliosis Surgery in Hyderabad
Spinal fusion is a procedure to correct scoliosis. In this procedure, the curves of the spine are removed and fused so that the spine cannot bend. However, the type of fusion depends on the curve. Then the small pieces of bone grafts will be augmented over the spine. The bone grafts are generally taken from the person’s pelvic bone.
Several techniques can be used for fusion, but the type of instrumentation vary depending upon the severity of spine curve, patient’s age, and surgeon’s experience. The spine fusion surgery can be carried out either from the back of the spine (posterior approach) or from the front (anterior approach).
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Why Choose Dr Surya Prakash For Scoliosis Correction in Hyderabad?
- Performed more than 5000 scoliosis surgeries
- World-class expertise in treating patients with spine disorders
- A surgeon trained from recognized institutes
- Use of minimally invasive techniques
- International standards for treating pain and inflammation
- A tailored treatment plan for each patient
- Excellent quality of care
- Use of cutting edge technology
- Proper hygiene standards
- Best follow-up care
Scoliosis Correction in Hyderabad FAQs
What Are The Different Types Of Scoliosis?
- Infantile Scoliosis: Birth to 3 years old
- Juvenile Scoliosis: 3 years to 9 years old
- Adolescent Scoliosis: 10 years to 18 years old
Will Fusion Affect My Spine Growth?
Fusion causes your bone to stop growing. Only the fused portions of the spine will get affected, and the rest of the spine continues to grow.
How Long Will The Surgery Takes Place?
The surgery usually takes 4-8 hours. However, the duration of surgery may vary from patient to patient, depending on the severity of the curve and fusion needed.
What Is The Success rate of Spinal Fusion?
Spinal Fusion surgeries performed by Dr Surya Prakash are highly successful with a success rate of around 95%. However, the success rate largely depends on the severity of the curve, technique, and instrumentations used during the surgery.
What Are the Other Surgeries Performed by Dr Surya Prakash?
- Anterior cervical fusion
- Posterior cervical fusion
- Cervical Myelopathy
- Kyphosis correction
- Minimally Invasive Spine surgeries
- Lumbar Stenosis surgery
- Micro Lumbar Decompression
- Spinal Trauma
- Spinal Infections
- Spinal Tumours
- Failed Back Surgery
- Revision Spine Surgery
- Vertebroplasty and kyphoplasty
- Neurological Deficits
- Spinal Instability