Spine Surgery

Better known as the spine, the spine forms an articulated series of 24 vertebrae, which runs from the skull to the pelvis. It forms the back support in humans, as in all vertebrates, and supports the head. The ribs are attached to the spine. The vertebrae are separated by intervertebral discs, where the spinal cord and the roots of the nerves are housed.

Our surgeons treat various pathologies of the spine, with the aim of being as minimally invasive as possible.

These pathologies cover infectious lesions as well as rheumatic diseases, suffering of intervertebral discs (herniated discs), syndromes linked to the narrowing of the lumbar or cervical canal, deformations of the spine (scoliosis, kyphosis, etc.), or fractures and other compression of the vertebrae.