ARON LAZARY MD, PhD
Deputy Director – National Center for Spinal Disorders, Budapest, Hungary
Chief – Department of Spine Surgery, Semmelweis University
President – Hungarian Spine Society
Steering Committee Member – AOSpine Knowledge Forum on Tumors
Chairperson – AOSpine Hungary
Dr. Lazary is working for patients suffered from various spinal problems. As a surgeon, he follows the rules of evidence-based medicine, combining the traditional surgical techniques with the up-to-date methods to provide the best outcome for each patient. As a scientist, he uses patient-specific diagnostic and therapeutic approach and he leads spine related innovative researches to develop new therapies and improve patient care.
Full spectrum of spine surgeries from microdiscectomy to complex reconstruction
A spine surgery can be complex and challenging because of the disease itself and/or the required surgical technique. On the other hand, following a patient-specific approach based on detailed diagnostic and preoperative planning process and the combination of less invasive and extended surgical methods in an qualified surgeon’s hands make these procedures successful with an acceptable complication rate.
Back pain treatment
There can be several structural or functional causes of low back or neck pain. Patients with disc herniation, vertebral fracture, spinal stenosis or deformity are possible candidates for a successful surgical treatment.
Spine tumor removal
Surgical therapy is one – often a key – element in the complex management of primary or metastatic spinal tumors. These procedures are often challenging requiring high surgical skills and experience.
Patients with progressive, painful deformities experience a more severe loss of quality of life than people after a heart attack. Surgical correction of these conditions are complex but efficient interventions.
Minimally invasive spine surgery
Most of the spinal pathologies can be treated via a less invasive way. Minimally invasive surgical techniques can provide the same clinical outcome with less complication rate and faster recovery.
Spine surgery is one of the fastest developing fields of medicine, where innovative implants and modern surgical solutions can be combined to treat patients. In my practice, the patient is in the center of the therapeutic process. Pain relief, improved function and good quality of life are the goals of the treatment whether it is a surgical or non-surgical indication. I use the appropriate diagnostic tools and the evidence-based elements of the modern, patient-specific spine surgery but the best possible outcome can be reached only with the active participation of the patient.
"Dr. Lazary was not only professional, but there was always a nice smile on his face."
"I can say that Dr. Aron Lazary is one of the best and most excellent medical professionals! Thank him for everything he did for me before, during and after the surgery. Conscientious, precise, friendly."
"I would like to express my great gratitude to Dr. Aron Lazary, my physician. He did a perfect, professional job at my spine and in addition I have never experienced such a kindness and attention from a doctor."
Comprehensive spine surgery
Modern spine care is the effective and safe combination of evidence-based diagnostic and surgical techniques and different patient-specific solutions providing the best outcome for the patients.
A recognized spine specialist
Dr. Lazary is a certified, highly qualified consultant spine surgeon and scientist, with more than 100 peer-reviewed scientific papers, invited speakers of international spine conferences and educational events.
Awarded private health care facility
National Center for Spinal Disorders at the Buda Health Center is the largest spine hospital in Central Europe characterized by calming environment, high-tech infrastructure and advanced nursing.
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