Spinal Fusion Surgery

In spinal fusion, the surgeon joins two adjacent vertebrae (the large bones of the spine) to form a single unit. A common indication for fusion is spondylolisthesis, a misalignment of the vertebrae. Fusion may involve metal screws and rods to stabilize the spine. https://www.health.harvard.edu/pain/when-is-back-surgery-the-right-choice


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