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Frequently Asked Questions - Brain

Brain surgery is often recommended for conditions such as tumors, aneurysms, epileptic seizures, to relieve pressure and certain neurological disorders. The decision is based on the specific diagnosis and the patient's overall health.

Age alone does not disqualify someone from brain surgery. The decision is based on the overall health of the individual and their ability to withstand surgery and recovery. Many elderly patients successfully undergo brain surgery.

Follow-up care is determined by the specific procedure and the patient's response to surgery. Regular check-ups, imaging studies, and consultations with the surgical team are typically scheduled to monitor progress and address any concerns.

Pain management is a crucial aspect of postoperative care. Patients are provided with medications to control pain, and the medical team monitors and adjusts the treatment plan based on individual needs.

Rehabilitation is often recommended post-brain surgery to enhance recovery. It may include physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy, tailored to address specific challenges and improve overall function.
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Frequently Asked Questions - Spine

Spine surgery may be recommended for conditions such as herniated discs, spinal stenosis, scoliosis, fractures, or tumors, depending on the severity and impact on the patient's well-being.

No, spine surgery is often considered after conservative treatments like physical therapy, medication, and lifestyle modifications have been explored. Surgery is typically recommended when these options do not provide relief.

Recovery times vary based on the type of surgery and individual factors. While some patients may resume normal activities within weeks, others may require a more extended recovery period with ongoing rehabilitation.

The decision for spine surgery is based on a thorough evaluation, including medical history, imaging studies, and the failure of conservative treatments. The goal is to address the specific spinal condition causing symptoms.

Depending on the surgery, lifestyle changes may include avoiding heavy lifting, maintaining a healthy weight, and incorporating regular exercise. These adjustments contribute to a successful recovery and long-term spine health.