Kyphosis is defined as the thoracic curvature of the patients on the lateral scoliosis is higher than the normal limits.


The curvature above 10 degrees in the anteroposterior radiograph is called scoliosis.

Lumbar Hernia

The disk carries the loads exposed to the waist, keeps the upper part of the body upright and moves the waist in all directions.

Cervical Hernia

The neck provides the connection between the head and the body.

Lumbar Spondylolisthesis

The spine is formed by the overlapping of the bones called the vertebrae, showing a uniform alignment, and includes the spinal cord.

Vertebrae Fractures

Spinal fractures may occur even after minor traumas. Most of these fractures do not require surgical treatment.

Spinal and Spinal Tumors

Spinal tumors can be benign or malignant. Benign spine tumors include meningioma, neuronibrom or schwanomas.

Cervical Spinal Stenosis

Your spine protects your spinal cord and nerves, allowing you to stand and bend.