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Spine Surgery

What we do

We Specialize in surgical treatment of the spine, spinal cord and peripheral nerves.

"Numbness in the hands" "Difficult to use chopsticks" "Easy to fall" ... These are cervical spondylotic myelopathy, cervical disc herniation, posterior longitudinal ligament ossification (hands), hand It is a common symptom of diseases of the cervical spine and peripheral nerves, such as root canal syndrome.

"I have severe back pain" "I can't move due to sciatica" "I have numbness in my legs when I am walking" ... these are lumbar disc herniation, lumbar spinal canal stenosis, lumbar spondylolisthesis, vertebral compression fracture Etc. It is a typical symptom of lumbar bone (lumbar spine).

There are many more symptoms caused by the spine, spinal cord and peripheral nerves.
What would you do if you were diagnosed with a "spine disease"?

-First of all, we think that conservative therapy such as medicine, traction and block is often selected. Fortunately, "spine disease" is unlikely to be life-threatening, so I think conservative therapy is one of the right options. But not all "spine disorders" are cured by conservative treatment.

Is there no choice "because of age"?
-Many diseases of the spine and nerves can be cured by surgery. Possibly surgery may free you from pain and numbness.
I think there are many people who say, "Spine surgery is difficult? I'm worried about complications ...".
-Surely, "spine surgery" is a difficult surgery. That's why you need a "specialist in spine surgery"?
-Of course, the risk of surgery cannot be reduced to zero. However, it is possible to perform surgery with the utmost consideration for safety. All the diagnoses and treatments are handled by a team of experienced spine and spinal surgery specialists, and all surgery is performed using the latest technology such as surgical microscopes and spinal endoscopes.

We specialize in surgical treatment of the spine, spinal cord and peripheral nerves.

"I've been receiving conservative treatment for a long time, but it's not getting any better."
If you have been advised to have spinal surgery, but you would like to hear the opinions of a specialist, please feel free to contact us.
  1. What we do