Your spinal cord is a vital relay center of your nervous system. It carries electrical messages from your brain to your muscles and internal organs and brings important sensory messages such as touch, temperature, and pain from your body to your brain. In this way, your spinal cord helps monitor and control every function, from regulating your blood pressure, heart rate and digestion, to voluntary things you do every day, such as reading this web page, cooking a delicious meal, or going for a walk. In order to live your healthiest, most active lifestyle possible it is important to maintain and protect your back and spinal cord with regular exercise, rest, and proper posture to keep it strong and resilient.
However, accidents occasionally happen and when the spine is injured, spine surgery should be commenced quickly to avoid permanent and severe damage. In some cases, disease can also affect the spinal cord, which can sometimes be improved through conservative spinal surgery. When treating spine conditions, safety is of the utmost concern. Whether your spine condition was caused by trauma, or a degenerative condition or even if it was a condition that you were born, the most important goal of spine surgery is to repair the injured or affected area while avoiding further damage to the delicate nerves of the spinal cord. American Medical Care understands these safety concerns and, with safety and optimal outcomes as our top priority, we have assembled the best network of spine surgeons available.
As a medical tourism agency, American Medical Care understands undergoing a spine surgery procedure for medical travel can be frightening. While spinal procedures are sometimes of a lower risk, for example, procedures aiming to correct problems causing back pain, sometimes a procedure done on the spinal cord can mean the difference between a fully or half functioning body. Our spine surgeons are trained and experienced in the newest minimally invasive surgical techniques. These procedures use very small, keyhole-sized incisions. This means smaller surgery scars and faster, more comfortable healing time for you.
We offer a broad range of spine surgery procedures, including:
We have a large network of professional surgeons that are experienced in spinal surgery, and are ready to help you recover from injury or improve your spinal condition. If you need spine surgery, you can trust us to take exceptional care of you and to provide you with professional medical care at a price you can afford.
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