Spinal instability presents itself as significant back pain or spasm usually caused by nerve irritation as an outcome of the irregular micro-movements. Moreover, this pain may occur along with a catch or locking feeling of sudden sharp pain. In most cases, it happens when one is mid-way through standing upright from a seated position.
We at Vimhans PrimaMed Institute of Minimal Invasive Surgery primarily recommend soft tissue release, core strengthening, and exercise. If these procedures don’t respond to pain, we opt for pain management techniques, such as injection and/or pain medication. When all non-operative modalities fail to eliminate the pain, surgery may be the option.