If you have lower back pain, it’s important to visit a doctor to check that it isn’t indicative of a wider issue. In this article top spinal surgeon Mr Colin Nnadi explains what treatments might be offered, and in what situations surgery might be necessary.
Back pain can be successfully managed through medication, getting enough exercise, and physiotherapy, but if you are finding that your symptoms do not improve your pain could be due to a degenerative condition called spinal stenosis. In this article, expert orthopaedic surgeon Dr Colin Nnadi discusses what symptoms to look out for in spinal stenosis and how it can be treated.
While early onset scoliosis (EOS) is rare, it can develop any time between birth and the age of ten, so it is important to watch your child and check for the symptoms of the condition. Mr Colin Nnadi, expert paediatric spinal surgeon, explains the latest developments in spinal surgery, and how they can benefit children diagnosed with EOS.
Early onset scoliosis is a type of scoliosis which develops in children before the age of 10. Mr Colin Nnadi, expert spinal surgeon specialised in paediatric spinal conditions, explains more about the condition and some of the newer methods it can be treated with.