Here are some common FAQs before undergoing spine surgery:
What is the reason for my spine surgery?
What type of spine surgery will I have? Your surgeon will explain the type of surgery you will have and what it involves. You should also know what kind of anesthesia you will receive, General anaesthesia or local anaesthesia plus sedation
What can I do to prepare for surgery? Your surgeon will provide specific instructions on how to prepare for surgery, including what medications to take or avoid, what to eat or drink, and what to bring to the hospital.
What can I expect during and after surgery? Your surgeon should explain what will happen during surgery and how long the procedure is expected to take. You should also know what to expect after surgery, including how long you will need to stay in the hospital, what kind of pain management you will receive, and what kind of physical therapy or rehabilitation you will need.
What are the risks and complications associated with spine surgery? Your surgeon should explain the potential risks and complications associated with spine surgery, including bleeding, infection, nerve damage, and spinal fluid leaks.
How long will it take to recover from spine surgery? Your surgeon should provide specific instructions on how to care for yourself after surgery and what kind of physical activity is allowed during your recovery period. You should also know how long it will take to recover and when you can expect to return to work or normal activities.
It's important to ask any questions or concerns you may have before undergoing spine surgery. Make sure you fully understand the risks and benefits of the surgery and what to expect during and after the procedure.
This article is written for th patients planning to undergo spine surgery with us as Patil Clinic Doctors in Dadar, sion, Chembur Khar and Vashi area Centres for endoscopic spinal surgery. Dr Om Patil Is Chief Spine Surgeon at Patil Clinics in Dadar and Chembur Centre.
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