SPINAL INSTRUMENTATION

What is spinal instrumentation?
Spinal instrumentation is a method of stabilising the spine and facilitating fusion after decompression surgery has been performed. There are a variety of implants that can be used to keep the spine rigid while new bone growth occurs. These include plates, screws, rods, cages, wire, artificial discs and hooks and can be made from titanium, titanium-alloy, stainless steel or non-metallic materials.

DR SACHIN R. NAIDOO

I am a qualified neurosurgeon following my pre- and postgraduate studies at the University of Stellenbosch and currently have private practices at Netcare N1 City, which caters for the northern suburbs of Cape Town and Netcare Blaauwberg Hospital, which caters for the west coast of Cape Town and Western Cape.

CONTACT

Netcare Blaauwberg Hospital
Tel: +27 (0)21 554 0779 / Fax: +27 (0)21 554 2144


Netcare N1 City Hospital
Tel: 021 595 4633 / Fax: 086 684 8004

Email: info@capeneurospine.co.za