Spinal surgery

Surgical operation for spinal disc herniation.

MISS-Technique (Minimal Invasive Spine Surgery)

The MISS technique is used to determine the cause of the pain following a herniated disc. In the process, using microsurgical instruments and a microscope and/or endoscope under general anaesthesia, the prolapsed vertebral disc material is removed, thus relieving the constricted nerve.

Surgical methods for stabilizing the spinal column:

In the event of instability of the spinal column, different surgical methods are performed as minimally invasive procedures, during which implants of different materials are inserted either for dynamic or static purposes.