Consultation also at YENEPOYA SPECIALTY HOSPITAL
Appointment number: 9008518855
Spinal problems are increasing day by day due to the overall life styles and habits, i.e., long working hours, prolonged work with computers (IT professionals), improper posture, accidents. Despite the older belief and the fears, most of the spinal problems are curable. Few corrective measures in our life style can make our spine last longer.
Non surgical care is the cornerstone of treatment in degenerative conditions of the spine. We first advice non-surgical treatment for most degenerative spine disorders.More
This is a specialized clinic dedicated to the diagnosis and comprehensive treatment of adult and pediatric spinal disorders. We provide a systematic approach that includes: efficient evaluation, focus on function and quality of life for patients along with the most effective treatment.
Using state of the art technology and facilities, Mangalore Spine Clinic focuses on providing the best and least invasive solution on a case by case basis.
If you are suffering from spine related pain, or even are concerned about a nagging pain that has been around for years, we would be happy to see you and help restore function, and decrease pain.
Dr. Srijith Padmanabh is a fellowship trained Orthopaedic Spine Surgeon. His goal is to provide compassionate care to help improve pain, mobility, and overall quality of life. He is trained in all aspects of spine care and will lead a multi-disciplinary, coordinated effort in the treatment of all spinal disorders.
Dr. Srijith Padmanabh graduated from Kasturba Medical College, Mangalore where he was active in medical research. He completed his training with a residency in Orthopaedic Surgery (MS Ortho) at BLDE Medical College under Rajiv Gandhi University.
It is important to understand the shape and composition of the spine in order to understand the problems that may be causing you pain, numbness, tingling, or other symptoms in your back or in your extremities
The purpose of the spine is to support your upper body, neck, and shoulders. It allows you to stand up straight while also providing you with the flexibility to bend and twist. It is also responsible for protecting your spinal cord. It is one of the most important parts of your body. However, many demands are placed on the spine and over time, wear and tear from aging or damage from injuries can result in painful conditions affecting your everyday