Dynamic stabilization is a minimally invasive procedure that preserves the mobility of a spinal segment. It is performed at ONZ for unstable spine, stenosis and chronic pain after unsuccessful spine surgery.
Stabilization surgeries are among the most common spine surgery procedures. They are useful when all other therapeutic options have been exhausted and have not achieved the desired success.
The purpose of the operation is to bring two or more adjacent vertebrae into their original position, stabilize them there and allow them to grow together bony. In modern clinics, this is done minimally invasively with small skin incisions and very little tissue damage. Thanks to this technique, the widespread fear of fusion surgery is now more than ever unfounded.