Vertebral Spondylosis and osteophytes formation

Ligamentum flavum hypertrophy

Disc prolapses


Post laminectomy Epidural fibrosis, adhesion, granulation tissue



Severe neck or back pain which is usually associated with radiculopathy. Pain usually increases on standing and during activities. Sometimes pain occurs on lying down in the form of severe burning sensation in the extremities.

Non-surgical treatment

Selective nerve root injection with adhesiolytic agents. Together with epidural adhesiolysis using RACZ catheter (Neuroplasty)

Pulsed Radiofrequency for the nerve root. For pain modulation and treatment of the nerve inflammation

Per cutaneous laser disc decompression. Decreasing the internal disc dimensions thus providing more space in the spinal canal

All minimally invasive spine procedures are done under local anaesthesia and sedation. Fluoroscopic guided. Procedure duration usually lasts anywhere from 20 to 40 minutes. Patients are instructed to leave the hospital after 2 hours and return to their normal daily activities after 24 to 48 hours.