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Leading Edge in Spinal Healthcare: Prof. Dr. Yunus Aydın’s Revolutionary Techniques in Microdiscectomy and Spinal Canal Stenosis Surgery

Prof. Dr. Yunus Aydın is at the forefront of spinal healthcare innovation, offering exceptional medical services and significantly advancing the field of back pain treatment through his extensive experience and dedicated career in spinal surgery.

With a prolific background, having conducted upwards of 2800 aneurysm operations and over 400 AVM procedures, Prof. Dr. Yunus Aydın is renowned for his tailored approach to patient care, consistently placing a high value on the well-being and satisfaction of his patients throughout their treatment journey.

The Yunus Aydın Method

This groundbreaking method, developed by Prof. Dr. Yunus Aydın, signifies a major advancement in the realm of spinal surgery, introducing precise treatments for conditions like spinal stenosis and spinal cord compression without the need for metal implants, thereby minimising tissue damage. The technique encompasses day-case procedures for herniated discs, non-surgical options for cervical disc herniation, and effective interventions for spinal canal stenosis due to neck calcification.

Employing a unilateral approach for bilateral decompression in cases of spinal stenosis, Prof. Dr. Yunus Aydın has successfully applied this method in over 4,000 instances across 23 years. “Our goal is to preserve the natural structure and mobility of the spine while providing more room to squeezed spinal nerves,” he articulates. Highlighting the condition’s prevalence among the elderly, he notes that most surgeons opt for instrumented methods which involve extensive, invasive surgery, delaying the patient’s return to everyday activities. He advocates for shorter, less invasive procedures for older patients to mitigate post-surgery complications, emphasizing the importance of enabling patients to walk immediately post-operation.

“By using a unilateral approach, on the symptomatic side, we can decompress the spinal canal stenosis and clean disc herniations effectively, minimizing the risk of ‘Adjacent Segment Disease’ and ensuring a faster return to normal life for our patients.” This innovative technique can address multi-level stenosis through a single incision without compromising the spine’s load-bearing capabilities.

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Creating a Natural Window on One Side of the Spine

In addressing spinal stenosis, Prof. Dr. Yunus Aydın adopts an innovative technique that steers clear of the issues commonly associated with conventional screw and rod systems. These traditional methods, while effective for traumatic fractures or spinal complications arising from tumour growth, can alter spinal biomechanics, potentially necessitating further surgeries.

Prof. Dr. Yunus Aydın’s approach, backed by his extensive experience from over 10,000 surgeries, involves creating a natural window on one side of the spine to carry out the necessary interventions without affecting spinal stability. This method maintains joint mobility and precludes the onset of adjacent segment disease, allowing patients to be discharged within a day of their spinal surgery.

Quicker Recovery through Less Invasive Techniques

“The key to successful spinal surgery lies in respecting the integrity of the spine’s supporting structures,” Prof. Dr. Yunus Aydın explains. By employing state-of-the-art instruments like the high-speed drill and Kairison bone cutter, surgeries can be performed in a manner that is less invasive, reduces blood loss, and enhances efficiency. Furthermore, by preserving the yellow ligament during microdiscectomy, tissue damage is minimised, thus decreasing the likelihood of adhesions around the nerves and the risk of unsuccessful back surgery outcomes.

Patients benefit from these cutting-edge spinal procedures with significantly reduced hospital stays, often being discharged on the day of or the day following surgery. The majority resume their regular activities within 15 days, underscoring the minimal invasiveness of these surgical interventions.

Sam Allcock
Sam Allcock
With over 20 years of experience in the field SEO and digital marketing, Sam Allcock is a highly regarded entrepreneur. He is based in Cheshire but has an interest in all things going on in the North West and enjoys contributing local news to the site.
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