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Normal alignment of the spine is necessary to maintain posture, protect the spinal cord and associated spinal nerves, and enables a person to move and walk safely. An abnormal curvature or alignment of the spine is known as a spinal deformity.
Common spinal deformities treated include:
Patients with these conditions often suffer from progressive worsening deformity of the spine. They may also experience worsening back pain or pain, numbness, tingling or weakness in the lower limb.
The following investigations may be performed:
Non-surgical management of spinal deformities can include
Surgical management may be recommended when non-surgical treatments do not work or if there is further progression of the deformity. The goals of surgical treatment are to relieve symptoms and to correct the spinal deformity.
The use of minimally invasive techniques has led to a reduction in post-operative pain, duration of hospital stays and earlier return to daily activities. State of the art technology such as operative microscopes, intraoperative neuromonitoring and intraoperative imaging or navigation systems such as the O-arm has also led to an improvement in patient safety.
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