Cervical myelopathy/stenosis

Fast facts on cervical myelopathy:

  • Condition caused by compression of spinal cord characterised by clumsiness of hands and gait imbalance.
  • Majority experience progressive symptoms and require surgery to relieve pressure on spinal cord.
  • Surgery can be done from back (cervical laminectomy) or front depending on individual case.
  • Surgery halts progression of symptoms in majority of patients.

48 year old lady with weakness in hands and gait disturbance progressing to wheelchair mobility in a span of 6 weeks. MRI showed multilevel cervical stenosis with cord compression. 4 level cervical laminectomy and fusion. This surgery halted her deterioration and she underwent rehabilitation.

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Dr Saurabh Kapoor

FRCS (Glasgow), MS (Gold Medallist)
Pioneer in Awake Minimally Invasive (Endoscopic) Spine Surgery

Director- Delhi Centre for Advanced Spine Surgery and Suma-Sudhir healthcare
Chief Spine Surgeon and Senior Consultant- Sant Parmanand hospital and Sehgal-Neo hospital
Neurosurgical spine fellowship (London)
Deformity and minimally invasive spine fellowship (Nottingham, UK)
Minimally invasive spine fellowship (Dortmund, Germany)
Ex spine consultant, Queen’s Medical Centre (UK)

Suma-Sudhir healthcare
Delhi Centre for Advanced Spine Surgery

C-610 Saraswati vihar, Pitampura, 110034

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Sant Parmanand Hospital

Jamuna Bazaar, Delhi-110053

For appointment: +91-9667600872,

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