Most common indications (candidates)
Disc herniation is a common spine disease of the middle-aged and active population. If symptoms last longer than 12 weeks, you should not waste days of quality life looking for alternative advice and waiting for nature to do its thing, but seek the advice of a specialist in St. Catherine Specialty Hospital who will help you solve your problem as quickly as possible.
- Hernias of intervertebral discs (cervical, lumbosacral and thoracic vertebrae) that do not regress to conservative treatment methods or cause a neurological outcome such as muscle weakness, loss of sensation, loss of sphincter control.
- Narrowing of the spinal canal (stenosis)
- Instability of the spine
- Deformities of the spine such as spondylolisthesis and vertebral fractures.
- Diagnostic tests such as X-rays (X-rays) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) indicate spinal instability.