Dr. Suresh Cheekatla best spine specialist in Hyderabad offer a wide variety of non – operative and operative services for treating various conditions of the spine. Below Listed  are some of our specialty areas:


  1. Spinal fusion
  2. Surgical
  3. Two vertebrae (spinal bones) are fused (joined) together during a spinal fusion procedure. It is frequently performed in combination with other back surgery’s.
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Dr. Suresh Cheekatla the best spine specialist in Hyderabad combine experience, expertise, and innovation to offer the most apt surgical procedure for treating difficult spine conditions. Spinal fusion may be performed in the following cases:


  1. In additional to further surgical operations for spinal stenosis, such as laminectomy (removal of a vertebra) or foraminotomy (widening of the space where nerves leave the spinal column)
  2. Kyphosis (front-to-back curvature), Scoliosis (side-to-side curvature), or other abnormal curvatures
  3. After a neck discectomy (vertebral removal)
  4. Vertebral injuries/fractures
  5. Unstable spine caused by  tumors or infections
  6. Spondylolisthesis – when a vertebra slips out from underneath and then gets wedged on top of another vertebra


A herniated (ruptured) disc is surgically removed using a procedure called a discectomy. It is frequently performed in conjunction with further back surgeries.


Dr. Suresh Cheekatla the best spine specialist in Hyderabad, treats your problems with the least amount of surgery feasible. Anti-inflammatory medications, physical therapy, and exercise are typically helpful therapies for herniated disc symptoms. However, if a patient still has significant symptoms after using these non-operative treatments, the following procedures could be taken into consideration


  1. Since the ruptured disc is the only thing being removed, there isn’t much surgery done on the spine’s bones, joints, ligaments, or muscles.
  2. Other surgical procedures, such as laminectomy (removal of vertebrae), foraminotomy (enlarging the area where nerves escape the spinal column), or spinal fusion, may be performed in conjunction with a discectomy in the lower (lumbar) back (fusing vertebrae).
  3. Laminotomy, foraminotomy, or spinal fusion are frequently performed in addition to discectomy in the neck.



Lamina removal operation is known as a laminectomy. This is a piece of the vertebral column, which is a bone in the spine. The removal of bone spurs from your spine may also include laminectomy. The surgery may relieve strain on your spinal cord or nerves.


Your spinal canal is widened after a laminectomy, giving your spinal nerves more space. It could also be combined with a spinal fusion, foraminotomy, and diskectomy. You will be dozing off and pain-free (general anesthesia).


On the operation table, you are lying face down. The centre of your back or neck will be sliced by the surgeon. The muscles, ligaments, and skin are shifted to one side. To view the interior of your back, your surgeon could use a surgical microscope. On both sides of your spine, the lamina bones and the spinous process, the pointy section of your spine, may be removed in whole or in part. Any minor disc pieces, bone spurs, or soft tissue growths are taken out by the surgeon.

To expand the opening where nerve roots exit the spine, the surgeon could also do a foraminotomy at this time. To ensure that your spinal column is stable following surgery, your surgeon could perform a spinal fusion. The tissues, including the muscles, are repositioned. The skin is joined via sewing.


  1. Exercise therapy
  2. Non-surgical decompression
  3. Medications, including minimally invasive injections


  1. Manual spinal manipulation
  2. Manual soft tissue therapies 
  3. Flexion-distraction therapy
  4. McKenzie mechanical diagnosis and treatment
  5. Ergonomic advice and lifestyle changes
  6. Graston instrumented soft tissue manipulation