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Mr Gabriel Alo

Mr Gabriel Alo

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon
BSc, MB ChB, FRCS, FRCS (Orth)

Practising at

Spire Little Aston Hospital

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Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Gabriel Alo at Spire include:

Orthopaedics at Spire Little Aston Hospital

Other treatments

  • Spine
  • Back pain
  • Coccydynia
  • Sciatica
  • Spinal injections for sciatica and back pain
  • Spinal/Neurogenic Ccaudication
  • Surgery for sciatica and back pain
  • Joint replacement advisory service on back pain

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Professional profile

I am an Orthopaedic and Spinal Surgeon with an active NHS and private practice. I have the UK qualifications of FRCS and FRCS (Orth). I am enrolled on the GMC Specialist Register. I am Fellowship trained in Spinal Surgery. I have been involved in NHS medical management as a Clinical Director of Orthopaedics for a period of about 8 years.

I actively participate in the West Midland Regional Spinal Network and related MDT activities. I attend international medical conferences in my areas of special interest. My practice objective is to help people with back pain, sciatica or hip or knee joint problems return to their usual activities of daily living, work or recreation as soon as possible using the most appropriate methods be it operative or non-operative.

I treat patients with back pain, sciatica or spinal claudication using conservative measures, spinal injections, and neurosurgical or orthopaedic procedures as appropriate for each individual case. I treat patients with coccygeal pain with conservative measures, manipulation under anaesthesia and various types of injections a appropriate. In recalcitrant cases I sometimes offer the operation of coccygectomy to remove the offending coccyx. I offer hip and knee joint replacement surgery especially where these complement the management of back problems..

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Current NHS posts

Consultant Orthopaedic and Spinal Surgeon, Walsall Manor Hospital. Clinical Director of Orthopaedics, Walsall Healthcare NHS Trust.

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Research and Publication

Coccygeal Pain


Articles

Adetokunbo Durotoye, Olaseinde Alo, Olusegun Ariwodola: The Effect of Environmental Cooling on Gastro-Intestinal Thermogenesis in the Anaesthetised Dog. Life Sciences, Vol 19 p 963 - 962, 1976.

2. Gabriel Olaseinde Alo: Prognostic Value of the Tibio-Femoral and the Tibial Metaphyseal Diaphyseal Angles in the Management of Genu Varum. 1988 FMCS (Orth) Dissertation.

3. Gabriel Olaseinde Alo: Evaluation of Thoraco-Lumbar Burst Fractures. M Med Sci (Trauma) Dissertation - 1995

4 SM Eisenstein, G O Alo, A J Darby,V Cassar-Pullicino, S Roberts, D C Jaffray Saccrococcygeal Pain and Pathology: Coccydynia Revisited JBJS (BR) 2000;82-B:SUPP II; P82

5. Bhatti A, Alo G O et al Lobulated Ancient Schwannoma. Journal of Computer Assisted Tomography May/June 2005 Vol 29

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Personal Profile

Outside of medicine, I spend time with my wife, four daughters, son and grandchildren. I play chess and listen to country music. I am also in involved in the dissemination of healthcare information in Africa.

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Private contact details

Telephone 0121 580 7119
Private secretary Kathleen Lane
Private secretary telephone Landline: 01922 401925 | Mobile: 07951 425658
Private secretary email kathylane51@gmail.com

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