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    Dr Vivek Mahesh Agrawal is one of the young and dynamic Neurosurgeon in Nagpur and widely known for his work in Vidarbha, in the field of brain and spine surgery. He has completed M.Ch (Neurosurgery) from B. J. Medical College And Civil Hospital, Ahmedabad. M.S (Gen. Surgery) from NHL Municiple Medical College and V.S. Hospital, Ahmedabad and  MBBS from Nagpur.

    B. J. Medical college and Civil hospital, Ahmedabad is one of the busiest centre for Neuro-Surgery in India performing around 200 cases in a month. There he developed very fine skills in managing brain and spine cases in a very hectic three years. He further acquired Neuro- endoscopic surgery skills by completing fellowship programme in Neuro-endoscopy.
    He has worked as assistant professor at Raipur medical college, Chhatisgarh as well as at GMC and Superspeciality hospital, Nagpur for more than 3 years.

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    Spine Fusion Surgery in Hoshangabad

    A spinal fusion surgery is designed to stop the motion at a painful vertebral segment, which in turn should decrease pain generated from the spinal joint.

    There are many approaches to lumbar spinal fusion surgery, and all involve the following process:

    • weight loss
    • fever
    • inflammation or swelling on the back
    • persistent back pain, where lying down or resting does not help
    • pain down the legs

    Adding bone graft to a segment of the spine
    Set up a biological response that causes the bone graft to grow between the two vertebral elements to create a bone fusion
    The boney fusion – which results in one fixed bone replacing a mobile joint – stops the motion at that joint segment

    There is also a risk that your surgery will not responding get rid of your pain, or that the surgery might cause a different type of persistent pain at the graft site Its dangerous.

    One side effect of all spinal fusion surgeries is decreased flexibility of your spine. Usually, this limits motion only a small amount and isn’t a major problem.

    Your own risk for complications may vary according to your age immunity power, the surgical approach, the anatomy of your back problem, and your other medical conditions. Ask your healthcare provider about the risks that most apply to you.