Spine (Scoliosis) Surgery Hospital in Abu Dhabi
Spine injuries are common, but the good news is that most spine injuries get better and most do not require surgery!
When you visit us at Al Hosn One Day Surgery, your problem will be carefully evaluated by our doctor wo will listen to you and work with you to develop an individualized treatment program.
Our treatment program may include: diagnostic workup (including imaging if necessary), physical therapy, modifying activities (at home, in the gym or at work), medications, or non-surgical interventional spine procedures (such as epidural injections, nerve blocks and other procedures).
Our doctor has the training and experience to accurately diagnose your spine-related injury, and work with you to assure an optimal recovery.
Sports medicine and interventional pain Doctor care for a wide range of people, ranging from kids, to high level athletes, as well as for older adults.
Our focus on helping each patient achieve his/her personal best is consistent, regardless of your level of activity.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is spine surgery and interventional?
Spine surgery and interventional procedures are medical treatments that involve surgical and non-surgical techniques to treat conditions affecting the spine. Spine surgery involves the use of surgical techniques to treat conditions such as herniated discs, spinal stenosis, and spinal deformities. Interventional procedures, on the other hand, use minimally invasive techniques to treat spine-related conditions such as chronic pain.
What are some common conditions treated with spine surgery and interventional procedures?
Common conditions treated with spine surgery and interventional procedures include herniated discs, spinal stenosis, spinal deformities, spinal tumors, and chronic pain
What are the different types of spine surgery and interventional procedures?
The different types of spine surgery and interventional procedures include spinal fusion, laminectomy, discectomy, kyphoplasty, vertebroplasty, nerve blocks, epidural steroid injections, and radiofrequency ablation.
How do I prepare for spine surgery and interventional procedures?
To prepare for spine surgery and interventional procedures, you will need to follow specific instructions provided by your doctor. This may include fasting before the procedure, stopping certain medications, and arranging for transportation home after the procedure.
What should I expect during spine surgery and interventional procedures?
During spine surgery and interventional procedures, you may be given anesthesia to ensure your comfort during the procedure. Depending on the type of procedure, you may be awake or asleep during the procedure. The length of the procedure will depend on the type of procedure being performed.
How long is the recovery period after spine surgery and interventional procedures?
The recovery period after spine surgery and interventional procedures will depend on the type of procedure and the extent of the treatment. In some cases, you may be able to resume normal activities within a few days, while in other cases, you may need to rest for several weeks.
Can spine surgery and interventional procedures be performed on any part of the spine?
Spine surgery and interventional procedures can be performed on different parts of the spine, including the cervical, thoracic, and lumbar spine.
How do I choose a spine surgeon or interventional radiologist for my procedure?
To choose a spine surgeon or interventional radiologist for your procedure, you should consider factors such as their experience, credentials, and patient reviews. You may also want to ask for referrals from your primary care physician or other healthcare providers. It is important to choose a provider who has experience treating your specific condition and who you feel comfortable with.