Surgery – Spine

Spine surgery is a medical specialty that focuses on the surgical treatment of disorders of the spine and associated nerves. Spine surgeons are trained to diagnose and treat conditions such as herniated discs, spinal stenosis, scoliosis, spinal tumors, spinal fractures, instabilities and infections. 

Introduction to Spine Surgery

Spine surgery treats disorders of the spine and nerves. Spine surgeons diagnose and treat herniated discs, spinal stenosis, scoliosis, tumors, fractures, instabilities, and infections. These conditions cause significant pain and limit mobility, impacting the quality of life. As a result, spinal surgeries can be very complex and require great precision. Furthermore, spine surgeons use advanced imaging techniques like CT and MRI. These tools help plan and guide precise surgical procedures, ensuring better outcomes for patients.

Surgical Approaches

There are several surgical approaches in spine surgery, including spinal fusion, laminectomy, discectomy, and microsurgery. Each of these procedures has specific goals and applications. For example, spinal fusion aims to stabilize the spine, while discectomy involves removing herniated disc material to relieve nerve pressure. These procedures aim to relieve pain and restore function. Additionally, they prevent further spine issues and enhance patient mobility. Advanced technologies and instrumentation play a crucial role in enhancing the accuracy and effectiveness of these surgeries. Consequently, patients often experience significant improvements in their symptoms and quality of life.

Fisso’s Surgical Systems

Fisso offers high-quality systems designed specifically for spinal surgeries. Their systems provide exceptional rigidity and stability, which are critical for the precision required in complex procedures. Moreover, the modular designs of Fisso’s systems are easy to use and reliable. They allow quick adjustments during surgery, which is essential for adapting to various spinal conditions. This adaptability ensures that surgeons can respond effectively to unexpected challenges during procedures.

Adaptable and User-Friendly Designs

In addition to providing stable and rigid support, Fisso’s surgical systems are engineered to be user-friendly and highly adaptable. This design allows for quick adjustments during surgery, accommodating the diverse range of spinal conditions and surgical techniques. The ergonomic design of Fisso’s equipment also helps reduce fatigue for the surgical team. This benefit is crucial, enabling them to maintain focus and precision throughout lengthy procedures, ultimately improving patient outcomes.

Commitment to Innovation

Fisso’s commitment to quality and innovation means that their products are continuously evolving. They incorporate the latest advancements in spine surgery, ensuring surgeons have access to cutting-edge tools and technology. This continuous improvement leads to shorter recovery times and better overall patient outcomes. By integrating Fisso’s systems into their practice, spine surgeons can enhance their surgical capabilities significantly. Consequently, they can provide the highest standard of care to their patients, ensuring better recovery and improved quality of life.


The combination of advanced surgical techniques, innovative technologies, and user-friendly designs makes Fisso’s systems invaluable in spine surgery. Spine surgeons can achieve more precise and effective results, leading to enhanced patient safety and satisfaction. By embracing these cutting-edge tools, the field of spine surgery continues to advance, offering hope and relief to countless patients suffering from spinal disorders.

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FISSO Articulated Arms in the Surgery

The FISSO surgery holding systems have been developed in close collaboration with surgeons. The purely mechanical central clamping unit enables easy and fast alignment of endoscopes and instruments. Safe positioning is guaranteed throughout the operation. Innovative quick release system enables fast and safe exchange of surgical head components. The products are steam sterilizable up to 134 ºCelsius.


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