Spine Surgeon Specialist
Orthopedics and Traumatology Specialist

Specialist of Orthopedics & Traumatology, and Spinal Surgeries, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Hayati Aygün, M.D. graduated from Uludağ University, Faculty of Medicine in 1999. He completed his specialist training in the Department of Orthopedics & Traumatology at the Atatürk University’s Faculty of Medicine in 2000. Bestowed the titles of specialist, assistant professor, and associate professor in 2006, 2008, and 2013, respectively, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Hayati Aygün, M.D. worked at Atatürk University’s Faculty of Medicine between 2001-2005, Kars Public Hospital between 2006-2007, Kafkas University’s Faculty of Medicine between 2008-2013. Since 2016, Dr. Aygün has been working at Private Medicabil Hospital.
Prof. Dr. Hayati Aygun



You can contact us for the diagnosis and treatment of your problems in the field of Orthopedics and Traumatology.
Cervical and Lumber Hernia
Herniated disc; It occurs as a result of the cartilage between the vertebrae slipping and tearing as a result of severe strain and compressing the nerves coming out of the spinal cord.
Commonly known as the spinal curvature, Scoliosis is more likely to be a significant diagnosis than a disease. Generally, this condition is diagnosed during the adolescence and may be caused by several other issues.
Kyphosis is a condition in which the backbone is inclined to forward. Normally, the kyphosis angle is between 20 and 55 degrees. One of the most important causes of the hunchback complaint is postural kyphosis. The most important complaint of humpback…
Spinal Stenoisis
Spinal stenoisis is a condition that develops as a result of tightening of the spaces between the vertebra. It may cause a stress on the nerves passing through the spinal cord.
Spine Tumors
A spinal tumor is a growth that develops in the spinal canal or bones of the spine. These tumors spread to regions of the spine such as the back, waist, neck and coccyx.

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Defined as an illness occurring on the waist or chest areas contingent upon the vertebra, scoliosis poses a risk for nearly all age groups. While it may occur during the early ages of a patient, it may also be observed in the adolescents and even in the elderly. The scoliosis surgery is an umbrella term that refers to all surgical interventions performed to remove the curvature. If the curvature cannot be re-adjusted by wearing a corset or undergoing physiotherapy, then, the scoliosis surgery is regarded as the last option. In the event of diagnosing a greater curve than 40 degrees, scoliosis surgery will be the patient’s only option of treatment. In such cases, the patients must proceed with the surgery.
Spinal channel tightness is a condition that develops as a result of tightening of the spaces between the vertebra. It may cause a stress on the nerves passing through the spinal cord. A common disease, spinal stenosis is mostly observed in the lower back and neck. While some patients display no symptoms, others may experience pain, numbness, tingling and weakness in their waist and legs as they are walking or standing. These symptoms may worsen over the course of time. Spinal channel tightness is usually caused by the deterioration associated with osteoarthritis. The most common cause of the spinal channel tightness is old age. As they get older, the human bodies undergo a degenerative process. The tissues of the vertebra may start to thicken, and the bones may stary putting pressure on the neurons. Also, certain conditions such as osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis may cause spinal stenosis as well. However, the list of potential causes of the spinal channel tightness is not limited to this. Concurrently, the congenial vertebra disorders, herniated disks, scoliosis, bone tumors and achondroplasia may also cause spinal channel tightness.
Any surgical method is considered successful insofar that the damage has been avoided. In the case of endoscopic surgeries, this method enables intervention by extending the tissues since the surgical incisions are rather small. Especially in the hernia cases occurred within or around the channel through which the nerves pass – called “foramen” – the endoscopic foraminal approach will lead to less anatomical damage. Therefore, this method should be prioritized. Additionally, endoscopic spine surgeries are a method that provides advantages treating the back-spine diseases. Because, with the classical methods, the patient experience serious pain during the cutting of the rib cage. The patient will experience pain regardless of how small the incision is with the classical methods. However, with the endoscopic methods, two or four holes will be opened on the patient, who lies sideways on the operation table, depending on the requirements of the intervention. The operation will be performed by watching the screen which reflects channels laid in those holes. The rate of complication occurring during the post-operation phases of the endoscopic spine surgeries is low. Although the rate relapse is similar to those of other methods, the risk of complication is lower after the second surgery. Thus, the risk of complication is almost non-existent after the second operation, even if a relapse occurs following the first endoscopic surgeries. Additionally, endoscopic methods can be safely performed on the patients who have relapsed after having an open surgery or microsurgery.

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