Advanced spinal reconstruction procedure now available in Rome

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Dr. Nicholas Qandah, a Board Certified Neurosurgeon and director of Neurosciences at Rome Health, recently implanted Centinel Spine’s clinically-proven prodisc C Total Disc.

Replacement (TDR) technology, a device that offers a surgical alternatives to spinal fusions. This technology works to relieve pain in patients suffering from a degenerated spinal disc while enabling motion over the long-term at the diseased spinal segment, and reducing adjacent-level degeneration and re-operations.

As spine treatments continue to make advancements through innovative technologies and motion preserving techniques, patients are seeking out alternatives to fusions. Dr. Qandah discussed the previous treatment options available.

“CNY Brain and Spine offers a comprehensive wellness program and multi-disciplinary treatment mobilization ranging from physical therapy, non-surgical care such as injections to surgical procedures,” said Dr. Qandah. “Most patients recover a pain-free life with conservative care, however a small fraction require the additional intervention of surgical treatment.”

Rome Health and Dr. Qandah have committed to invest in newer treatments to ensure he 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 its patients close to home rather than requiring them to search out of the area for surgical solutions.

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