The illness that causes several symptoms to appear due to a narrowing of the width of the spine canal on the back and to stay under the weight of the bass of the nerve fibers is called narrow canal.
Symptoms occur as increasing complaints in both legs. These complaints are back pain, pain in both legs, numbness and electrification of both legs, swelling and edema in the legs. Another important symptom is the shortening of the day to day walking distance. In other words, a person who walks a distance of one kilometer without any rest starts to barely finish this distance with 2, 3 or even 4 breaks. These patients walk in a way that makes them lean slightly forward. When the patient stands or walks for a long time, both legs usually experience pain, numbness, lack of strength or all of these together.
Narrow canal operations that need to be performed by experienced doctors are performed in our country with the most advanced surgical techniques.
Brain tumors, spine and spinal cord tumor surgeries are performed by experienced brain surgeons with the use of the most advanced surgical methods.
Ruptured intervertebral disk and cervical disc hernia surgeries are performed by experienced brain surgeons with the use of most advanced surgical methods.
Brain aneurysm surgeries are performed successfully with the use of most advanced open or closed, interventional methods.
What is a neurostimulator surgery?
It is a surgical procedure that is used to suppress the clinic that occurs when the functioning of the areas that are deep in the brain and provide control of our movements is impaired. With special electrodes placed in these zones, the operation of the impaired motion center is controlled.
In the treatment of which illness is a neurostimulator used?
The neurostimulator is an application that can be used chiefly in psychiatric illnesses that are resistant to drug therapy such as Parkinson’s disease, tremors, dystonia, major depression, obsessive disorder