At OSSI, we are dedicated to relieving pain, restoring function, and implementing treatments, including minimally invasive spine procedures, for a range of neurological conditions affecting the spine and spinal cord. Our spine doctors integrate all aspects of both surgical and nonsurgical specialized care by collectively combining their knowledge, experience, and expertise as the foundation of OSSI.
Robotic spine surgery is a procedure where your surgeon is assisted by a robotic system to perform surgery to the spine. Precision is very important when performing spine surgery. Robotic systems are becoming increasingly popular in the medical fraternity as it offers better precision and reduces the risk of complications associated with conventional surgery.
The cervical spine is located in the neck region and consists of seven bones arranged one on top of the other. Cushioning tissue called vertebral discs located between the vertebrae act as shock absorbers, allowing easy movement of the neck. Wear and tear and advancing age can damage these discs, leading to pain and disability...
Minimally invasive spine surgery (MISS) is the latest technology available to perform spinal surgeries through small, less than one-inch-long incisions. It involves the use of special surgical instruments, devices and advanced imaging techniques to visualize and perform the surgery through such small incisions.
For chronic neck pain, there may not be a quick fix or complete cure. You will need-to work with your health care team to try to improve the problem causing pain and to slow down the degenerative process.Read More
Mid-back pain can occur due to poor posture, muscle strain, improper lifting and bending, physical inactivity, sports injury, a trauma in a car accident, cancer...Read More
Low back pain is pain that occurs in the lumbar spine. This type of pain can be broadly divided into two categories: mechanical pain, and compressive pain...Read More
The spine is a flexible, segmented column constructed of multiple bones and joints (disks and facet joints) which are supported by various muscles and ligaments.Read More
Understanding your musculoskeletal pains, causes, and your treatment options are essential.