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Backbone – Spinal Cord

Detail about our Treatment

We consider surgery as the last option in the treatment of spinal diseases. INCA offers a wide range of non-surgery treatment options for spinal diseases and injuries.

  • Spinal and cervical disc hernia
  • Stricture (spinalstenosis)
  • Spinal deformations (scoliosis, kyphosis etc.)
  • Waist, neck and back pains
  • Spinal and back bone tumors

What are spinal cord injuries?

A spinal cord injury usually begins with a sudden, traumatic blow to the spine that fractures or dislocates vertebrae. The damage begins at the moment of injury when displaced bone fragments, disc material, or ligaments bruise or tear into spinal cord tissue. Most injuries to the spinal cord don’t completely sever it. Instead, an injury is more likely to cause fractures and compression of the vertebrae, which then crush and destroy the axons, extensions of nerve cells that carry signals up and down the spinal cord between the brain and the rest of the body. An injury to the spinal cord can damage a few, many, or almost all of these axons. Some injuries will allow almost complete recovery. Others will result in complete paralysis.

What are the Effects of Spinal Cord Injury?

SCI depends on the type of injury and the level of injury. SCI can be divided into two types of injury – complete and incomplete. Selection means no job below the standard level; No feeling or voluntary movement. Equally affected. There were some jobs below the basic level of injury. A person may be able to move the body on one side of the body more than the other. With the advances in the acute treatment of SCI, the more severe injuries are.

Good rate of effect. Remember that there can be some variation in these speculations.

Usually cervical injuries to quadriplegia. Infections may appear on level C-4: Ventilator until the person breathes. Some role in C-5 injuries to the back and biceps, but no wrist or hand control. The role of C-6 injuries is generally in the wrist in the wrist, but no hand function. They can show up in problems with those with C-7 and T-1 injuries. 0.8 Injuries at chest level and below to paraplegia from non-injury to the hands. In T-1 to T-8, written in clenched fists, trunk control is impaired as a result of a lack of abdominal muscle control. Lower back injuries (T-9 to T-12) allow for good truck quality and good abdominal muscle control. Seating is very good. Lumbar and sacral dura to reduce control of the hip and leg muscles.

In addition to a loss of sense of performance, individuals with spinal cord injuries experience other changes. For example, they may suffer from bowel and bladder dysfunction. Sexual performance with SCI frequently affects their fertility, while women’s fertility in general is unaffected. Very severe processes (C-1, C-2) can lead to the following involuntary functions including the ability to breathe, necessitating the presence of breathing aids such as ventilators or pacemakers. Other effects of SCI may be decreased blood pressure, ability to regulate blood pressure effectively, decrease in temperature, inability to sweat below the level of injury, and chronic pain.

Can People with Spinal Cord Injury Still Have Sex?

Absolutely! We are all sexual humans with or without a disability. After a spinal cord injury, a person can continue to be sexually active and experience a satisfying intimate relationship. Your injury, however, may mean there is a change in how your body can respond. Females with spinal cord injuries are still able to bear and have children.

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We are proud of our ability to provide you with healthcare services and improve your quality of life at Neurosurgery and Pain Clinic Istanbul. You can contact us at any time with any of your questions regarding the nervous system over the phone

    Clinic Address

    Dikilitaş Mahallesi, Hakkı Yeten Cd. Selenium Plaza, 10/C Blok Kat:13
    Şişli İSTANBUL

    +90 531 885 3355 
    bilgi@incaklinik.com