Cervical Spondylosis Treatment Cost In Germany

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Cervical spondylosis is a general term for age-related wear and tear affecting the spinal disks in the neck. As the disks dehydrate and shrink, signs of osteoarthritis develop, including bony projections along the edges of bones. Cervical Spondylosis treatment involves medications such as Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, Corticosteroids, Muscle relaxants, Anti-seizure medications, Antidepressants, and Surgery in severe cases.

Cost related to Cervical Spondylosis Treatment in Germany

Listing approximate price of Cervical Spondylosis Treatment and some related procedures. The prices may change depending upon the centers and condition of the patient.

Treatment name Cost range
Cervical Spine Surgery USD 16200 to USD 19800
Anterior Cervical Discectomy USD 22500 to USD 27500

List of Centers for Cervical Spondylosis Treatment in Germany

Popular Cities in Germany for Cervical Spondylosis Treatment are:

Leading Hospitals for Cervical Spondylosis Treatment in Germany

Doctors for Cervical Spondylosis Treatment in Germany

The right doctor to consult for Cervical Spondylosis is an Orthopedic and Spine Surgeon.

Listing popular specialists:

Prof. Dr. Peter Vajkoczy

Prof. Dr. Peter Vajkoczy

Director, 25 years of experience

Charite University HospitalLocation

Herniated disk Pituitary adenoma Cerebral artery aneurysm Brain Cyst Acoustic neuroma craniostenosis Glioblastoma Cavernoma Glioma Medulloblastoma Spinal stenosis

Prof. Dr. Markus Kufeld

Prof. Dr. Markus Kufeld

Head of Department, 22 years of experience

Charite University HospitalLocation

Deep Brain Stimulation Surgery Minimally Invasive brain surgery Image-Guided Neurosurgery Brachial Plexus surgery Spine Surgery Pituitary adenoma Cerebral artery aneurysm Brain Cyst Acoustic neuroma craniostenosis Glioblastoma Cavernoma Glioma Spinal stenosis

Prof. Dr. Med. Jurgen Kiwit

Prof. Dr. Med. Jurgen Kiwit

Chief, 35 years of experience

Meoclinic Hospital, BerlinLocation

Vertebroplasty, Endoscopic intervertebral disc surgery, Neuronavigation for spinal and cranial surgery

Prof. Andreas Unterberg

Prof. Andreas Unterberg

Director, 38 years of experience

University Hospital HeidelbergLocation

Deep Brain Stimulation Surgery Minimally Invasive brain surgery Image-Guided Neurosurgery Brachial Plexus surgery Spine Surgery Pituitary adenoma Cerebral artery aneurysm Brain Cyst Glioblastoma Cavernoma Glioma Spinal stenosis

Dr. med. Mario Cabraja

Dr. med. Mario Cabraja

Director, 18 years of experience

Vivantes Hospital GroupLocation

Minimally invasive and microsurgical techniques Reconstruction surgery of the spine Degenerative spinal diseases Tumors of the spine, including tumors of the spinal cord injury Minimal-invasive and microsurgical techniques Reconstructive surgery of the spine Degenerative spine diseases Spinal injuries Spinal infections

Prof. Dr. med. Dag Moskopp

Prof. Dr. med. Dag Moskopp

Director, 31 years of experience

Vivantes Hospital GroupLocation

Cancer and other micro neurosurgery Special expertise in pituitary surgery (Cushing, acromegaly, prolactinoma, Nelson Tumor, Chiasma syndrome, hormonal insufficiency) Cerebral aneurysms and AVMs Acoustics Spine (tumor, degeneration, trauma) all procedures, all approaches Brain, skull base trauma Intensive care management

Prof. Dr. Daniel Hanggi

Prof. Dr. Daniel Hanggi

Head of Department, 42 years of experience

University Hospital DusseldorfLocation

Surgery for spinal cord tumors Surgery and intensive care treatment of traumatic brain injury Surgery to correct malformations of the skull Brain, meninges, spinal cord Skull base (acoustics, pituitary, meningioma, chordoma) Peripheral nerves Pituitary (endoscopic technique) Cerebral vascular malformation (aneurysm, AVM) Cranio-cervical junction Complex spine (tumor, degeneration, anomaly, trauma) Pediatric neurosurgery

Prof. Dr. Bernhard Meyer

Prof. Dr. Bernhard Meyer

Head of Department, 31 years of experience

University Hospital Rechts der IsarLocation

Neurooncology (brain tumors, interdisciplinary center for neurooncology - NOKUM) Skull base tumors Vascular neurosurgery Stereotactic neurosurgery Spine surgery Epilepsy surgery Functional neurosurgery Pediatric neurosurgery Peripheral nerves

Dr. Michael Akbar

Dr. Michael Akbar

Director, 15 years of experience

Meoclinic Hospital, BerlinLocation

Spinal Cord Injury Spine surgery Lower back pain Herniated disc Spinal canal stenosis Spondylarthrosis Idiopathic Scoliosis Malformation Scoliosis

Dr. med. Bjorn Giera

Dr. med. Bjorn Giera

Senior Consultant, 17 years of experience

Asklepios St. Georg HospitalLocation

Deep Brain Stimulation Surgery Minimally Invasive brain surgery Image-Guided Neurosurgery Brachial Plexus surgery Pituitary adenoma Cerebral artery aneurysm Brain Cyst Glioblastoma Cavernoma Glioma Spinal stenosis

Dr. med. Huseyin Ubeyli

Dr. med. Huseyin Ubeyli

Senior Consultant, 20 years of experience

Asklepios St. Georg HospitalLocation

Spinal Dysraphism Spondylolisthesis Epidural abscess Deformity Correction Multiple Sclerosis Treatment Chronic Cerebro Spinal Venous Insufficiency Treatment Liberation Treatment Sensory Ataxia Treatment Cerebral Palsy - Stem Cell Treatment Arteriovenous Malformations Bell's Palsy Treatment

Prof. Dr. Thomas Nimayer

Prof. Dr. Thomas Nimayer

Chief, 20 years of experience

Asklepios St. Georg HospitalLocation

Elbow Replacement Surgery Elbow Arthroscopy Lateral Epicondyle Release (Tennis Elbow) Fracture reduction and fixation Osteotomy Arthrolysis Shoulder Replacement Surgery Open Reduction of Fracture Repair of Shoulder Rotator Cuff Acromioclavicular Joint Repair Repair of dislocations Shoulder Labral Tears Surgery

Dr. Ralf Buhl

Dr. Ralf Buhl

Head of Department, 25 years of experience

Solingen Municipal Hospital, SolingenLocation

Glioma Spine cyst Medulloblastoma Spinal stenosis Acoustic neuroma Cavernoma Astrocytoma Herniated disc Pituitary Adenoma Glioblstoma

Prof. Dr. med. Klaus Dieter Schaser

Prof. Dr. med. Klaus Dieter Schaser

Head of Department, 24 years of experience

Carl Gustav Carus University Hospital, DresdenLocation

Intervertebral disc surgery, Spinal stabilizations, Spinal corrections, Spinal tumor extirpations, Treatment of spinal inflammations

Prof. Dr. med. Alexander Disch

Prof. Dr. med. Alexander Disch

Consultant, 18 years of experience

Carl Gustav Carus University Hospital, DresdenLocation

Degenerative scoliosis, Cervical degenerative disc disease, Cervical disc herniation, Cervical myelopathy, Cervical stenosis, Compression fractures, Degenerative spondylolisthesis

Dr. med. Peter Bernstein

Dr. med. Peter Bernstein

Consultant, 15 years of experience

Carl Gustav Carus University Hospital, DresdenLocation

Scoliosis, Cervical Spondylosis, Slipped Disk, Spinal Stenosis, Lumbar Disc Herniation, Lumbar Stenosis, Cervical Myelopathy

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Frequently Asked Questions Related to Cervical Spondylosis Treatment

Before the Procedure (5 Questions):

Cervical spondylosis is the condition in which there is age related wear and tear which is affecting the spinal disc in neck. When the spinal disc dehydrates and sinks then the sign or osteoarthritis develops including bony projections along the edges of bone.

With age the bones and the cartilage which makes up the backbone and neck develops wear and tear and these changes result in dehydrated disc, herniated disc, bone spurs and stiff ligaments.

Usually there are no symptoms of cervical spondylosis when symptoms occur they can cause pain and stiffness in neck. Sometimes cervical spondylosis cause narrowing of the space needed by spinal cord such as tingling, numbness and weakness in your arms, hands, legs or feet, lack of coordination and difficulty walking and loss of bladder or bowel control.

Some of the risk factors of cervical spondylosis includes neck injuries, occupation, genetics and smoking.

Cervical spondylosis is usually symptomless. When symptoms do occur, they tend to resolve over time, often without treatment. If symptoms occur, treatment can help to reduce the impact.

During the Procedure (4 Questions):

Nonsteriodal anti-inflammatory drugs are the best treatment for cervical spondylosis such as cortocosteriods, muscle relaxants and antidepressant.

Cervical spondylosis surgery will take around four to six hours to complete in this surgery the bone from surrounding area and iliac crest are being used.

Cervical spondylosis may need surgery if the conservative treatment fails or some neurological signs and symptoms such as weakness in arms and legs worsen then surgery is needed to create a channel for spinal cord and nerve roots.

Cervical spondylosis is being treated by laminectomy in this procedure the doctor removes the bony arch which forms the backside of spinal canal along with any bony spurs and ligaments which are compressing the spinal cord.

Post the Procedure (4 Questions):

The incision from the surgery will heal within seven to fourteen days, so one to two weeks time is needed to recover from surgery.

The main complication of spondylosis is low back, mid back, or neck pain. Usually the back and neck pain caused by spondylosis is not serious, but some people develop chronic pain due to their condition.

You should avoid doing high intensity exercise and maintain neck muscle strength and mainly the neck extensor strength and avoid holding head in one position for longer time.

You should contact your doctor if you have severe pain, numbness or tingling in arms, muscle weakness, trouble in coordination or walking.

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