Dr. Nicholas Qandah, Certified Neurosurgeon and Director of Neuroscience at Rome Health, recently implanted the Centinel Spine prodisc C Total Disc.
Replacement technology (TDR), a device that offers a surgical alternative to spinal fusions. This technology provides pain relief in patients with degenerated spinal disc while allowing long-term movement in the diseased spinal segment and reducing degeneration and reoperations at the adjacent level.
As spine treatments continue to advance through innovative technologies and motion preservation techniques, patients are looking for alternatives to fusions. Dr Qandah discussed the previous treatment options available.
“CNY Brain and Spine offers a comprehensive wellness program and multidisciplinary treatment mobilization ranging from physiotherapy to non-surgical care such as injections and surgeries,” said Dr. Qandah. “Most patients recover pain-free lives with conservative care, but a small fraction require additional surgical treatment.”
Rome Health and Dr Qandah are committed to investing in new treatments to ensure it can provide patients with optimal care solutions. By offering comprehensive care solutions, Rome Health and CNY Brain and Spine are able to meet the needs of their patients near their homes rather than forcing them to seek surgical solutions outside of the region.