Neck Pain and Spine pain

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Get the best therapy and treatment for neck pain and spine pain

Cocoon centre is one of the best hospitals for orthopedic, cosmetic, dental and other services. We are engaged in providing the latest medical care to patients with many of ailments and medical conditions. We aim to deliver with experience, expertise and empathy to our patients that is matchless. One of the most troublesome ailments which people suffer from is, neck pain and spine pain.

We manage spinal injury in the best way:

Spinal injury (SCI) refers to any injury to the spinal cord that is caused by trauma from vehicle accidents, violence, falls and sports injuries, instead of disease. We treat spinal injury by restraining the spine and controlling inflammation to prevent further damage. We provide substantial physical therapy and rehabilitation, especially if the patient’s injury interferes with daily activities. We offer comprehensive non-surgical and surgical treatment for the full spectrum of spinal disorders including degenerative conditions of spine. Our approach to degenerative conditions of the spine includes minimally invasive surgery. We also have specific expert management for spinal cord.

Best care hospital facility:

We provide best quality care, in a safe, relaxed and comfortable environment to our patients for spine and neck problems. Our hospital is designed and equipped to meet high standards for healthcare. Our team of doctors is committed to address the physical, cognitive and emotional needs of those who come with different health issues. Our centre has been one of the most modern and comprehensive medical centre. We have succeeded in bringing together the best of infrastructure; special doctors, training and medical intelligence under one roof to provide personalized healthcare services. We have well balanced team of professional doctors, nurses, and therapist as well as front desk service executives to provide our patients the world class experience in pre and post surgery care.

We utilize ultra-advanced equipment, state of the art facilities and futuristic procedures for such pains. Our multifaceted programs for treatment like functional disorders, neck pain, spine issues and other complex conditions require surgical intervention. We continue to expand the services in primary and secondary care. Most episodes of neck pain are due to a muscle strain or other soft tissue sprain (tendons, ligaments) and sudden force. Neck pain is caused due to cervical arthritis, cervical stenosis, cervical degenerative disc disease and other. We offer expert care for patients suffering from neck pain. A diagnosis is made based on patient history, physical examination, such as :

  • CT scans
  • X-rays
  • MRI scans
  • Electromyography tests.

Persistent and recurrent neck pain requires an aggressive treatment. We successfully manage the neck strain with conservative treatment. Conservative treatments relieve pain and restore function that includes:

  • Physical therapy
  • Temporary use of cervical collars for support
  • Non-narcotic analgesics alleviate pain
  • Muscle relaxants to calm spasm, etc.

Our specialized neuro spinal doctors perform minimally invasive surgery using small incisions, to minimize damage to the surrounding tissue. Thus, there is a faster recovery and less blood loss. Our team of physicians that treat thousands of neck and spine issues and surgical procedures, including complex and high risk cases, utilizing skills in caring for complex and very critical patients both in the ICU and Outpatient situations. We use advance and new way of diagnosing and treating patients and preventing them from neck and spine problems. We ensure to fulfill our patient’s medical requirements in comfortable and reassuring surroundings.

If you need to know more, Call 04 388 4589 or email info@cocoona.ae
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