Neuro Spine
Disease Treatment

The spine is responsible for supporting our entire body, and it can impact our ability to move, stand, and even breathe when an illness compromises it. The pain can be chronic, severe, and debilitating, making it difficult to perform even the most basic daily activities.

Restore your spine, and restore your quality of life with our leading Neurologists and Spine Surgeons at HOSMAT Hospitals, Bengaluru.

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    Who is a candidate for degenerative spine disease surgery?

    Individuals who have not found relief from conservative treatments, like physical therapy or medication, may be candidates for degenerative spine disease surgery. The decision to undergo surgery will depend on the severity and location of the condition and the individual's overall health and preferences.

    How long does the recovery period last after degenerative spine disease surgery?

    Recovery time after degenerative spine disease surgery can vary depending on the type of surgery performed, the individual's overall health, and other factors. It may take several weeks to months to fully recover and return to normal activities.

    What can I do to help ensure a successful outcome after degenerative spine disease surgery?

    Following your surgeon's post-operative instructions carefully, attending all follow-up appointments, and engaging in physical therapy as recommended can all help to ensure a successful outcome after degenerative spine disease surgery.

    Is degenerative spine disease hereditary?

    While some evidence suggests that certain genetic factors may contribute to degenerative spine disease, the condition is typically not inherited in a simple, predictable manner.

    Can degenerative spine disease lead to paralysis?

    Degenerative spine disease can sometimes cause spinal cord or nerve root compression, leading to weakness or paralysis in the affected area. However, this is not always the case, and many people with degenerative spine disease can manage their symptoms without experiencing significant loss of function.

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