At Gleneagles Hospital, we are committed to deliver personalised care for all our patients through non-surgical and minimially invasive treatment options.
Our group specialists work as a team to provide medical services that are integrated – enables our patients to tap on the experience and expertise of orthopaedic surgeons, neurosurgeons and physiotherapists as well as other specialists in Gleneagles Hospital. A customised treatment plan is made for each patient and includes the use of minimally invasive approaches to orthopaedic surgery and neurosurgery, which translate to faster recovery and less post procedural pain.
NEUROSURGERY Conditions Treated
- Brain Function – Epilepsy, Fits or Movement Disorder
- Lump Removal – Blood clots or tumour removal
- Stroke – Blood vessels blockage or build-up of fluid in the head
- BACK PAIN – Back pain can be dull or sharp. It may affect one small area or a broad area. You may experience muscle spasms.
- NECK PAIN – You may feel a knot, stiffness, or severe pain in your neck. The pain may spread to your shoulders, upper back, or arms. You may get a headache. You may also have pain, numbness, tingling, or weakness in your arm.
- SLIPPED DISC – Slipped disc in the neck or back can cause pain, numbness or weakness to the upper or lower limbs.
- SCIATICA – Disc pressing on the nerves and cause pain or numbness on the legs.
- WHIPLASH – Whiplash occurs when the head is suddenly forced backward or forward and is then snapped in the other direction. This kind of motion most often happens to people in a car that is hit from behind.
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome – Numbness to the hands and fingers
- Nerve Impingement
- Sciatica or Radiculopathy – Numbness or Pain Radiating to the limbs
- Excessive Sweating – Sweaty Palms or Underarms
- Osteoporosis – Brittle bone disease
ORTHOPAEDIC Conditions Treated
Foot & Ankle
Hand & Wrist
- Osteoarthritis hip
- Fractures and musculoskeletal trauma
- Scoliosis (curved spine)
- Limb length discrepancy
- Hand problems such as trigger finger, polydactyly (extra thumb or finger) or syndactyly (fused fingers)
- Surveillance of physiological conditions such as in-toeing