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Congenital and acquired deformities and diseases of the musculoskeletal system, injuries, and fractures.
A vertebrologist specializes in the treatment of spine diseases and related problems. For example, treatment of pain or numbness in the limbs, headache, dizziness and other complaints.
The doctor examines the patient, studies the previous examinations and conclusions, and, if necessary, prescribes additional examinations to determine the appropriate treatment.
Yes, it is possible. Please contact us for information about the preliminary examinations you need to send so that we can conduct an online consultation for you. However, we recommend coming to the clinic for a consultation, because this is an important stage for getting to know the surgeon and better building trust between the doctor and the patient.
It's simple: take everything with you. All examinations will be needed: X-rays, preliminary findings, ultrasound, CT or MRI results, even if they are many years old. If you don't have it, don't worry, because everything that might be required can be done at our clinic.
If you feel discomfort or pain, it is better to consult a doctor. If there is a deformity, it is better to consult a doctor urgently, because this indicates a chronic process.
You stay in the hospital for 1 to 5 days after the operation, according to medical recommendations. 2-3 hours after the operation, the stage of primary postoperative rehabilitation begins (if needed): taking into account all the peculiarities of your body and the scope of the surgical intervention, the rehabilitator, begins to teach you the rules of behavior after the operation and conducts various restorative procedures: lymphatic drainage massage, magneto therapy, transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation, pressotherapy, ultrasound therapy, cryotherapy, etc, exercise classes.
The day before discharge from the hospital, you will receive all relevant documentation: all tests, a medical report with information on the scope of the operation, diagnosis, post-operative recommendations, and recommended planned follow-up visits to the doctor.
You need to attend planned follow-up visits, which are prescribed in the discharge (according to the scope of the surgical intervention), and then with a frequency of 1 time per year. At the control examination, X-ray control, ultrasound examination of the soft tissues of the operated area and laboratory examinations for the detection of the inflammatory process in the body can be carried out. If the recommended control visits are not followed, we cannot give a 100% guarantee of the treatment result.