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Stop suffering with back and neck pain!

22 September 2018

Date: Saturday 22 September 2018

Time: 9.30am - 11.30am

Consultant: Mr Sarmad Kazzaz, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

Venue: Spire Thames Valley Hospital - find us

Book your FREE back and neck mini consultation!

Sufferers of long-standing back or neck pain know just how negatively it can impact their lives. From sleeping to getting out of the car, back pain can be constant and can greatly impact your quality of life. If pain in your back or neck is affecting your daily life, seeing a specialist consultant can put your mind at rest and ensure you get the right treatment when you need it.

Why wait? Our back specialists are ready for you now! 

Why don't you join us for a freeone-to-one mini consultation? Come along and find out more about all our back or neck pain treatment sand discuss your concerns with our Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon Mr Sarmad Kazzaz. The mini consultations are 15 minutes long and available between 9.30am - 11.30am on Saturday 22 September at the Spire Thames Valley Hospital

Which symptoms and conditions are treated?

Symptoms we can help with include:

  • pain and aching anywhere along your spine
  • tingling
  • weakness or numbness in your arm
  • muscle spasm
  • muscle tightening of their own accord
  • difficulty in moving from one position to another
  • stiffness in your neck or lower back
  • difficulty in standing up straight 
  • headaches

Conditions treated include:

  • mechanical low back pain
  • postural problems
  • disc prolapse
  • poor core stability
  • sciatica
  • whiplash
  • injury or overuse

To book, call us on 01753 665404 or complete the online form below.

Back and Neck pain - free mini consultation

9.30am - 11.30am on Saturday 22 September 2018

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Thank you for your booking - we look forward to seeing you.