Consultant Spinal Surgeon Appointments
Pall Mall Medical surgeons can assist in all areas of spinal surgery and are able to diagnose problems related to back, neck and arm pain.
Back pain is very common in the UK, and studies have shown 80% of adults will experience back pain at some stage in their life*. Whether this is caused by posture, incorrectly lifting heavy items over time, spinal issues and deformities or degenerative disorders, our surgeons are on hand to help.
Sciatica - compression of nerve roots with symptoms of lower back pain, numbness or weakness in various parts of the leg or foot - is another specialist area that can be treated by our consultants.
Getting an accurate diagnosis is important for starting the correct course of treatment and our surgical and diagnostic centre in Newton-le-Willows has CT and MRI facilities, allowing you to have a scan without any waiting lists.
If you are suffering from back, neck or arm pain, book a consultation with one of our highly experienced Consultant Spinal Surgeons today.
- World-class spinal surgeons
- Diagnose long standing back issues
- Fast-track access
- No referral needed
- At your convenience
- Available at multiple locations
Common Areas of Treatment
|Area of Concern||Treatment Area / Description|
|Disc prolapse / disc bulge / slipped disc / disc herniation||Conditions where the disc comes out of place and presses on the nerve.|
|Back pain||Mechanical back pain|
|Sciatica||Back and leg pain|
|Spinal canal stenosis||Narrowing of the spinal canal causing leg pain after walking a certain distance|
|Radiculopathy||Pain along the nerve, or causing pins and needles or numbness|
|Myelopathy||Compression of the spinal cord causing decreased balance, stiffness / clumsiness of fingers and pins and needles in the fingers|
|Arthritis of the spine|
|Modic end plate changes with antibiotics||Only patients who fit the criteria|
|Sacroiliac joint dysfunction||Pain in the buttock that is made worse by sitting or lying down.|
|Pyriformis syndrome||Pain in the buttock made worse with activity like climbing stairs)|