Get to know our treatment methods and watch videos that describe in a simple way what our innovative spine surgeries using the latest technologies consist of.
Endoscopic spine surgeries
Endoscopic spine surgeries of lumbar discopathy
With the Wolf Vertebris system, several endoscopic surgical accesses are possible, depending on the location of the discopathy. Each of them consists in
enabling the damaged root to run freely while minimizing access to the surgical site. The whole procedure takes place in a saline environment, which significantly reduces the number of infections. The videos show the animated operation process.
Endoscopic stenosis surgeries
Treatment of stenosis consists in widening the spinal canal in such a way that the symptoms associated with this condition are reduced or resolved. A minimally invasive method that allows the widening of the spinal canal without a long and extensive surgery is endoscopic decompression using the Wolf Stenosis system. In this method, only those structures of the spine that compress the nerve roots and cause symptoms are selectively removed. Due to limited access, instability occurs much less often, and implants are not necessary, which increases surgery safety. Limited access is not only a small, several-millimeter scar, but also much faster convalescence, lasting only a few weeks. In addition, the risk of surgery is significantly lower in all its aspects, the patient does not feel the pain associated with the surgery itself and there is no need to use heavy painkillers. What is also more important for our patients is the fact that full independence is regained within an hour after waking up.
Endoscopic cervical spine surgery with posterior access
Endoscopic cervical spine surgeries with posterior access are applied in patients who are struggling with a shoulder fracture due to compression of the nerve root, or intervertebral stenosis. They consist in releasing the compressed nerve root in the intervertebral canal and removing the narrowness. This type of surgery is reserved for around 20% of patients with these conditions, and has many benefits. It allows removing pain without artificially stabilizing the spine, reduces the number of complications associated with the surgical access itself, and ensures short recovery.
Comparison of the endoscopic method with the classical one
Other minimally invasive surgeries
True spondylolisthesis with the presence of vertebral fissure and instability is one of the few indications for the use of implants in the treatment of degenerative disorder of the spine. Here, we use transdermal systems that significantly limit the extent of these surgeries. Owing to this, muscle damage in the operated segment is not large, and rehabilitation lasts much shorter.