Neurosurgical Conditions

What are neurosurgical conditions?

Neurosurgical conditions are conditions of the central nervous system, peripheral nervous system and associated anatomy.

Your central nervous system consists of your brain and spinal cord. Your peripheral nervous system is made up of nerves. The brain and spinal cord.

Conditions of the brain and its surrounding anatomy include:

Conditions of the spinal cord and its surrounding anatomy include:

Conditions of the peripheral nerves include:

If a person has a neurosurgical condition, a neurosurgeon may recommend Peripheral nerve conditions include ulnar nerve compression or entrapment.neurosurgery, non-surgical treatment or both. This depends on what’s best for the person.

If you would like an appointment with Dr Raj Reddy, make sure your general practitioner (GP) gives you a referral first.

Your GP may send you for medical tests and imaging such as x-rays and scans. Bring these with you to your appointment

How to prepare for your neurosurgical appointment.


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