Brain Treatment Procedures

Brain treatment requires careful planning, and an expert will perform a physical examination and blood tests before performing any surgery. Actually, brain treatment includes plenty of procedures, from surgery to minimally invasive techniques, to find various neurological conditions and improve brain health.

  • Craniotomy For Brain Tumour Removal: Brain tumor removal via craniotomy involves temporarily removing part of the skull to access and remove the tumor, which helps to provide extra comfort during surgery, and this option is pretty safe.
  • Stereotactic Biopsy: Stereotactic biopsy is a minimally invasive process that targets and removes brain tissue, which provides help in diagnosing and treating neurological disorders.
  • Craniotomy And Burrholes For Intracranial Bleeding: A craniotomy and burr holes surgery removes part of the skull to access and treat cerebral hemorrhage; this procedure helps the patient in relieving brain pressure.
  • Ventriculo Peritoneal Shunt Surgery: Ventriculoperitoneal shunt surgery removes extra cerebrospinal fluid from the brain, and maintains the right amount of fluid in the process of hydrocephalus treatment.
  • Microvascular Decompression For Trigeminal Neuralgia: The surgical treatment microvascular decompression for trigeminal neuralgia gently repositions or cushions blood vessels to relieve facial pain.
  • Endoscopic Pituitary Surgeries:Endoscopic pituitary surgeries allow precise excision or treatment of pituitary tumors through the nose; this procedure helps improve patient outcomes and recovery time.
  • Endoscopic Third Ventriculostomy: An endoscopic third ventriculostomy procedure relieves brain pressure from hydrocephalus by providing a new channel for cerebrospinal fluid.
  • Percutaneous Radiofrequency Ablation Of Trigeminal Nerve: In the process of Percutaneous radiofrequency ablation, the trigeminal nerve employs heat to relieve acute facial discomfort.

Spine Treatments Procedures

Spine treatment procedures include plenty of medical interventions, from surgery to non-invasive methods, all focused on addressing spine-related conditions and promoting overall spinal health.

  • Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery: Minimally invasive spine surgery is a modern approach that uses small incisions to treat spinal conditions, reducing tissue damage, and promoting faster recovery for patients.
  • Anterior Cervical Discectomy: Anterior cervical discectomy removes a damaged or herniated neck disc to reduce spinal cord and nerve pressure, relieving discomfort and restoring movement.
  • Cervical Spine Fusion Surgery: Cervical spine fusion surgery stabilizes the spine by fusing two or more vertebrae. It is advised for disc herniation and degenerative diseases.
  • Cervical Disc Replacement Surgery: Disc replacement surgery improves mobility and pain relief for neck patients by replacing a damaged cervical disc with an artificial one.
  • Anterior Lumbar Interbody Spine Fusion Surgery: Anterior lumbar interbody spine fusion surgery stabilizes and relieves back discomfort by fusing lower back vertebrae.
  • Posterior Lumbar Interbody Fusion Surgery: The posterior lumbar interbody fusion surgery removes a disc and fuses vertebrae from the back to stabilize the spine, commonly suggested for disc herniation or spinal instability.
  • Lumbar Disc Replacement Surgery: Lumbar disc replacement surgery improves mobility and pain for patients with certain lower back disorders by replacing a damaged disc with an artificial one.
  • Transforaminal Lumbar Interbody Fusion Surgery: The transforaminal lumbar interbody fusion surgery stabilizes the lumbar spine by accessing the disc. It is advised for disc herniation and spinal instability.
  • Spinal Cord Stimulation: The spinal cord is stimulated by implanting a device that sends low-level electrical impulses into the spine to relieve chronic pain.
  • Epidural Steroid Injections: Epidural steroid injections, which reduce spinal pain and inflammation, are minimally invasive procedures that inject anti-inflammatory medicine directly into the epidural region.
  • Peripheral Nerve Surgery: In the process of Peripheral nerve surgery, neurosurgeons will diagnose nerve disorders like carpal tunnel syndrome and neuropathy to restore nerve function and relieve pain.

Peripheral Nerve Procedures

Peripheral nerve operations treat carpal tunnel syndrome, neuropathy, and other nerve disorders. These surgical or non-invasive treatments restore nerve function and reduce pain to improve patients’ quality of life. Managing these illnesses requires accurate diagnosis and specialized care.

  • Carpal Tunnel Release: Carpal tunnel procedure begins with the release of surgery that cuts the wrist ligament to relieve median nerve pressure and carpal tunnel syndrome symptoms.
  • Ulnar Nerve Decompression And Transposition: The ulnar nerve decompression and transposition procedure involves repositioning the ulnar nerve to relieve pressure and address conditions like cubital tunnel syndrome, improving hand and arm function.

Dr. Arun Rajeswaran

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