On many occasions, surgery becomes the only means of curing spinal pathologies and problems. Dr. Bernardo Mosqueira explains the benefits of surgical microscopic treatment.
In the face of traditional surgery, another surgical current has emerged that incorporates as its own characteristics a series of benefits for the patient in terms of both the result and his or her recovery. In this case, we are talking about non-invasive surgery, also known as minimally invasive surgery. This has the novelty and / or advantages that after using it, it causes less pain to the patient and fewer complications, since the adjacent tissues are hardly damaged, shortening the recovery time.
As such, the operation is performed using small instruments trained to act through small incisions made in the body, making the affected area as small as possible and the affected area as small as possible. Thanks to this, hardly any stitches are used to close the wounds, and it leaves no scars on the body.
If this is a positive and favorable practice, to it must be added the use of the microscope to perform the surgery, a use that is carried out at Dr. Mosqueira’s Clinic. This is a different surgical technique depending on the specialty in which it is performed, although in the case of Neurosurgery it is used to treat diseases affecting the nervous system.
This method allows interventions that were once dangerous or practically impossible to perform, working on very small living structures, increasing the size of the tiny objects of study, which are made visible thanks to the magnifying lenses.
Benefits of non-invasive microsurgery
Although it may seem surprising, thanks to this type of intervention, patients recover quickly. In fact, the postoperative period is so simple and the recovery so fast that the patient can walk without pain within a few days. Thus, microsurgery brings benefits to the patient’s recovery, apart from the fact that it is considered a very safe technique with a high success rate.
Thus, the operation would comprise the first phase of the process of improving the patient’s quality of life, the second step being recovery. To achieve this, the patient must be committed to the cause, and must adequately follow the indications of the specialist.
For more information, you can request an appointment with a specialist in Neurosurgery.