Neurosurgery and Spinal Surgery

Spine Conditions & Spinal Surgery

The human vertebral column known as the backbone or spine, consists of twenty-four articulating vertebrae (bones), and nine fused vertebrae in the sacrum (a triangular-shaped bone at the bottom of the spine), and the coccyx (tailbone). The vertebral column protects the delicate spinal cord. There are seven vertebrae in the cervical spine, 12 in the thoracic spine, five in the lumbar spine, five in the sacrum, and four in the coccyx. The vertebrae are separated from each other by intervertebral discs, which cushion the bones.

Neurosurgeons treat a full spectrum of spine conditions, surgically and non-surgically. These include minor to severe injuries, as well as age-related conditions that cause chronic symptoms. Our surgical team is also equipped to treat tumours that are either primary to the spine or metastatic, meaning they have spread to the spine from other cancers, such as the breast or lung.
Bone Spurs
Degenerative disc disease
Herniated disc
Low back and upper back pain
Neck pain
Spinal fractures
Spinal stenosis
Spinal tumours
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