Spine Care Specialists at CAPRI
CAPRI spine specialist in Delhi is a complete one stop solution for all your spine related problems. The spinal cord injury rehabilitation center has world class best spine doctors/therapists who are diligent and keen to provide you best of the treatments.
At CAPRI, we cater a large variety of spine care treatments without surgery including curved spine treatment, DISH spine treatment, cervical spine treatment and spine arthritis treatment.
Symptoms of Spinal Stenosis
Spinal stenosis refers to the narrowing of spaces in the spine that can cause pressure on the spinal cord and nerves. About 75% cases of spinal stenosis occur in the lower back and in majority of the cases; the narrowing of the spine associated with stenosis compresses the nerve root, resulting in pain along the back of the leg. Spine stenosis treatment is a long term solution for this problem. There are many potential causes for spinal stenosis together with factors like aging, arthritis, heredity, tumors or trauma. Spinal stenosis may result in low back pain as well as pain in the legs. Stenosis may pinch the nerves that control muscle power and sensation in the legs. Additional symptoms may include frequent falling, difficulty while walking, numbness etc.
Degenerative Disc Disease
Degenerative disc disease frequently causes lower back pain. Hence it is imperative to avail degenerative spine treatment in case or moderately low to severe conditions.
What are the Various Kinds of Spinal Cord Injuries?
Age sometimes becomes a very crucial factor in different kind of physical diseases and problems. In recent times, many people suffer through spinal issues and spend a considerable chunk of their savings on it to get rid of it. Spinal injuries could also happen when you are carrying something heavy and somehow hurt your hips and joints.
Playing sports sometimes causes injuries which could lead to paralysis as well. Thus, your family has to deal with the catastrophe, and you have to face the daily pain. Spine treatment in Delhi is now very cost effective, and you get the latest equipment for all your surgical needs.
The Basics of the Spinal Cord Anatomy
A patient who is educated regarding every bone structure in human anatomy is better equipped to understand their problem and its diagnosis. There are mainly four regions of spinal cord anatomy chiefly the Cervical Spinal Cord, the Thoracic Spinal Cord, the Lumbar Spinal Cord, and the Sacral Spine. There is also another single vertebra called the tail bone or the coccygeal region.
What are the Different Types of Spinal Injuries?
There are mainly two types of Spinal Cord injuries mostly incomplete and complete spinal injuries. In partial or incomplete injury the spinal cord is partially severed and thus allows the patient or the person to do some movement. Now, it is up to the doctor to diagnose your problem and come up with a quick solution.
This type of spine treatment lets you do different kinds of movement depending on the extent of your injury. Again, when you compare them with complete spinal fractures, spinal injuries could severely damage your back and can entirely paralyze you. Again, whether your body could function or not depends on spine treatment in India and also physical therapy.
Anterior Cord Syndrome: This type of spinal injury is most commonly seen when you are a sports person, and you suffer from severe injuries. This type of injury damages the motor nerve and the sensory nerve. You may have the feeling of sensation, but you may suffer from movement problems. The front of the spinal cord mostly gets injured. With regular physical therapy and injections, you may retain full movement of your body parts.
Central Cord Syndrome: This injury damages the nerve that carries all your information from the brain to the spinal cord. As you know, nerves carry impulses to the brain which is then transformed into messages and signals and send to different parts of the body this injury is a direct injury to the center of the cord. This injury could lead to some serious issues like paralysis of the arm, movement disability, and loss of motor skills. You also suffer from bladder and bowel impairment where you are unable to hold your urine and even the loss of sexual function.
Brown-Squared Syndrome: This injury is a product of injury to one side of the spinal cord. In this instance, one side of your body may get damaged as it could suffer from paralysis. It would hamper with your movement though you would be able to retain the actions of the other side fully. This syndrome varies from patient to patient and how much injury that person is suffering through.
Tetraplegia: This type of injury is one of the most severe injuries that you would face and could permanently damage your cervical spinal cord. In this injury, you lose the ability to move the portion of the below located below your injury site. It also causes respiratory and bowel problems. The more injured or higher your cervical injury is the more problems and pain you would face.
Paraplegia: You lose the ability to move, and your portion below the waist loses the ability to show any movement by damaging the thoracic spinal cord. Again, with this kind of injury, your top vertebrae get severely injured if not appropriately treated. Spinal stenosis treatment is one such thing where if you do not take immediate steps it may lead to coma and ultimately paralysis.
Triplegia: This is an example of incomplete spinal injury where you lose the ability to walk with your both legs. You also lose the ability to move your one arm and thus you lose the sensation of many things that you used to feel and touch with your arm.
Injures which happen below the lumbar region does not usually lead to sensation loss. But it may cause severe nerve pain and reduce the function of some parts of your body. It could cause respiration problem and also lessen your sexual urge. Capri Spine provides you with the best spinal treatment options that are affordable and guarantees a speedy recovery. Spinal treatments require 24-hour post-operation care and counseling to deal with the pain and stress that comes with it.