Spine Surgery

Our Minimally Invasive Spine and Neurosurgery Center from the beginning was one of KCM its strongest focus. The reputation it holds sets the benchmark worldwide.

KCM Hospital is now one of a few centers worldwide for cervical spinal endoscopy, with experience of about 3000 endoscopic spinal procedures. KCM is organizer of international_ conferences for minimally invasive spine surgery, with life surgery broadcasts from operating room.

The treatment performing using newest small invasive and endoscopic techniques greatly improves the safety and accuracy rate and reduce complications risks and recovery time.

Our specialized spine and orthopaedic physiotherapy is fully set up to support recovery after all spine surgery procedures.

KCAT’s Spine Surgery offer at a glance:
• CESS cervical endoscopic spinal surgery
• SED-YESS selective lumbal endoscopic discectomy
• DIAM Medtronic dynamic spinal stabilization
• Cervical gel implant DiscoGel
• PLDD percutaneous laser disc decompression
• Endoseopic foraminotomy and vertebroplasty
• Nucleoplasty using coablation technology
• Intradiscal nucleoplasty using IDET technique
• Laminectomy/Hemilaminectomy

KCM Neurostimulation Center:

  • Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) for Parkinson’s Disease, Tremor and Dystonia
  • Spinal Cor. Stimulation (SCS) for chronic spinal pain syndrome

Spine surgery at KCM is performed mostly within one day stay, in a comfortable and safe hospital environment.

Advantages of minimally invasive spine surgery:

  • Safety and quickest recovery
    • Highest accuracy rate
    • Less pain and scaring

Make an appointment today and start living without back pain!

Spine surgery, or neurosurgery, is a field that deals with surgery of the nervous system. It is based on the correct diagnosis and surgical treatment of nervous system diseases. The cause of nervous system diseases can be not only injuries but also birth defects.

Minimally invasive surgery of the spine – at KCM Clinic the priority is safe and effective treatment. That is why the vast majority of spine surgery is minimally invasive. This means that the operations are carried out to cure the disease and at the same time have the least impact on the rest of the spine. This makes patients recover better and the effect of the treatments is more satisfactory.

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    Minimally invasive surgery of the spine performed at KCM Clinic means performing surgery with minimal interference in the spine system. These techniques rely on the use of an endoscope during surgery. They allow surgeons access to the spine in a similar way to open and traditional spine surgery. Modern minimally invasive techniques can significantly accelerate recovery, minimize postoperative pain and, most importantly, significantly improve the final effect of surgery.

    Minimally invasive techniques have a great impact on the course of treatment for such conditions as:

    • degenerative disks
    • scoliosis
    • kyphosis
    • spine tumors
    • infections
    • fractures
    • hernia discs

    Neurosurgeon – Neurosurgeons at KCM Clinic

    Head of the operating room, Head nurse, Ward nurse

    Anna Sadowa, MSN
    Operating Theater Manager
    Specialist in anesthesia and intensive care
    Specialist in surgical nursing

    Anna Stawińska, MSN
    Head Nurse
    Specialist in surgical nursing
    Epidemiology specialist
    Agata Mirek, MSN
    Specialist in surgical nursing

    Nurses

    Małgorzata Senderowska
    Specialist in anesthesia and intensive care nursing
    Joanna Hadamik, BSN
    Specialist in surgical nursing
    Joanna Seta, MSN
    Epidemiological nurse
    Ewa Prystrom, BSN
    Endoscopy nurse
    Katarzyna Karbowska, MSN
    Specialist in surgical nursing
    Małgorzata Fularz, MSN
    Specialist in surgical nursing
    Ewelina Atłas, MSN
    Specialist in surgical nursing
    Zuzanna Bereszczuk
    Head of Sterilization Department
    Marlena Piekarz, BSN
    Specialist in surgical nursing

    When is minimally invasive spine surgery used?
    Minimally invasive spine surgery is performed to treat many conditions. At KCM Clinic, a minimally invasive spine surgery method can be used to:

    • Stabilization, often performed on degenerative discs
    • Repair of hernial discs
    • Correction corrections such as scoliosis
    • Spine decompression
    • Repair and stabilization of compression vertebral fractures

    The neurosurgeon informs about the possibility of performing surgery in a minimally invasive manner during pre-surgery consultation.

    What are the benefits of minimally invasive spine surgery?
    Minimally invasive spine surgery has many advantages over open surgery, including:

    • They minimally disturb tissues in the area of ​​the operated site (muscles, ligaments, etc.)
    • Several small scars instead of one large scar
    • Shorter hospital stay
    • Postoperative pain reduced
    • Shorter recovery and rehabilitation times
    • Less blood loss during surgery

    Why choose KCM Clinic for back surgery?
    Every year, KCM Clinic treats and helps several hundred patients with back and neck diseases. Treated diseases are among the most common problems to the most complex. Regardless of whether the goal of treatment is to return to sport, work, hobby or just enjoying life, specialists from KCM Clinic can help you recover. KCM Clinic specialists are recognised nationally and worldwide in the field of neurosurgery. They provide patients with the latest, most innovative, most effective treatment available for spinal diseases that may not be available in other clinics.

    Treatment information

    Minimally invasive surgery of the spine performed at KCM Clinic means performing surgery with minimal interference in the spine system. These techniques rely on the use of an endoscope during surgery. They allow surgeons access to the spine in a similar way to open and traditional spine surgery. Modern minimally invasive techniques can significantly accelerate recovery, minimize postoperative pain and, most importantly, significantly improve the final effect of surgery.

    Minimally invasive techniques have a great impact on the course of treatment for such conditions as:

    • degenerative disks
    • scoliosis
    • kyphosis
    • spine tumors
    • infections
    • fractures
    • hernia discs
    Our Team

    Neurosurgeon – Neurosurgeons at KCM Clinic

    Head of the operating room, Head nurse, Ward nurse

    Anna Sadowa, MSN
    Operating Theater Manager
    Specialist in anesthesia and intensive care
    Specialist in surgical nursing

    Anna Stawińska, MSN
    Head Nurse
    Specialist in surgical nursing
    Epidemiology specialist
    Agata Mirek, MSN
    Specialist in surgical nursing

    Nurses

    Małgorzata Senderowska
    Specialist in anesthesia and intensive care nursing
    Joanna Hadamik, BSN
    Specialist in surgical nursing
    Joanna Seta, MSN
    Epidemiological nurse
    Ewa Prystrom, BSN
    Endoscopy nurse
    Katarzyna Karbowska, MSN
    Specialist in surgical nursing
    Małgorzata Fularz, MSN
    Specialist in surgical nursing
    Ewelina Atłas, MSN
    Specialist in surgical nursing
    Zuzanna Bereszczuk
    Head of Sterilization Department
    Marlena Piekarz, BSN
    Specialist in surgical nursing
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    When is minimally invasive spine surgery used?
    Minimally invasive spine surgery is performed to treat many conditions. At KCM Clinic, a minimally invasive spine surgery method can be used to:

    • Stabilization, often performed on degenerative discs
    • Repair of hernial discs
    • Correction corrections such as scoliosis
    • Spine decompression
    • Repair and stabilization of compression vertebral fractures

    The neurosurgeon informs about the possibility of performing surgery in a minimally invasive manner during pre-surgery consultation.

    What are the benefits of minimally invasive spine surgery?
    Minimally invasive spine surgery has many advantages over open surgery, including:

    • They minimally disturb tissues in the area of ​​the operated site (muscles, ligaments, etc.)
    • Several small scars instead of one large scar
    • Shorter hospital stay
    • Postoperative pain reduced
    • Shorter recovery and rehabilitation times
    • Less blood loss during surgery

    Why choose KCM Clinic for back surgery?
    Every year, KCM Clinic treats and helps several hundred patients with back and neck diseases. Treated diseases are among the most common problems to the most complex. Regardless of whether the goal of treatment is to return to sport, work, hobby or just enjoying life, specialists from KCM Clinic can help you recover. KCM Clinic specialists are recognised nationally and worldwide in the field of neurosurgery. They provide patients with the latest, most innovative, most effective treatment available for spinal diseases that may not be available in other clinics.

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