Top Endoscopic Disc Surgeon in Lahore, Pakistan
Endoscopic techniques for diagnostic purposes have been in use since the late 1970s. Dr. Khalid Mahmood is one of the pioneers in Endoscopic Disc Surgeons in Pakistan. He is specially trained from renowned British Neuro-spinal centres in using special instrumentation and video cameras, for disk surgery. The endoscopic surgery techniques became widely used in the 1990s for other surgery disciplines are now available for the treatment of spine conditions in Lahore.
Best Treatment by Endoscopic Disc Surgeon in Lahore, Pakistan
During endoscopic disc surgery, in order to minimize interruption to muscles and tissue, Dr. Khalid Mahmood gains access to the spines by placing a series of tubes. Endoscopic disc procedures are generally performed in an outpatient setting or 23 hour stay. This minimally invasive spine surgery is used to relieve pain caused by herniated discs pressing on nerve roots.
Modern advances in microsurgery have allowed our spine surgeons to resolve many disc surgery cases.Bulging, protruding or herniated discs can cause a lot of suffering for people with chronic back pain or radiculopathy. In Pakistan, Dr. Khalid Mahmood often recommends minimal invasive technique for disc surgery eg endoscopic discectomy or microdiscectomy
Endoscopic discectomy is the least invasive and effective surgical technique for treating spinal disc herniation patients. With endoscopic spine surgery, surgeons do not need to remove bones and muscles in order to remove herniated discs. Surgeons can see the spine with a camera, smaller than a smart phone camera, through a small surgical port (tube). Large incisions are avoided. The procedure does not traumatize your spine like traditional spine surgeries do. The whole procedure for a disc herniation takes about 30 minutes. The patient goes home in 2- 3 hours when the surgery is done in a surgery center.
Advanced Disc Replacement Surgery in Lahore, Pakistan – Endoscopic Technique
Our Top Endoscopic Disc Surgeon in Lahore working for Endoscopic disc replacement surgery involves minimal invasion of the body. A small incision is made over the affected area and small surgical implements are inserted to work on the repair. This is a relatively new surgical approach. This disc surgery type can be performed under local anaesthesia. Because of this, the surgery takes a shorter amount of time and often can be done on an out-patient basis. The patient will still follow a recovery and rehabilitation programme but it will generally be shorter. There is also less scar tissue and risk of infections or other post-surgical complications due to the minimal invasion of the body.