NSW Spine Specialists


NSW Spine Specialists

Dr Hsu and Dr Singh have both appeared on radio and television discussing back pain and spinal surgery. NSW Spine Specialists also publishes regular updates with patient tips and practice updates on their clinical services.

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Intra-operative neuromonitoring for complex spine surgery

Intra-operative neuromonitoring or IONM involves the real-time assessment of the nervous system, which provides valuable information during spine surgery.

Rehabilitation after spine surgery

Depending on the type of spine surgery and the support system a patient has in place at home – our surgeons may recommend they stay at an in-patient rehabilitation centre following their operation.

The long term impacts of bad posture

Posture describes the way you hold your body. Being mindful of your posture can help protect your muscles and ligaments from unnecessary strain.

Exercise and spine health

An Exercise Physiologist specialises in the management, rehabilitation and prevention of acute and chronic spine injuries by prescribing exercise interventions as an active based treatment.

What does spinal fusion mean?

Dr Hsu and Dr Singh may recommend spinal fusion to treat a deformity such as scoliosis or kyphosis, a slipped vertebra, a painful spine caused by severe arthritis, or to stabilise the spine.

Injections for back pain

Spinal injections are relatively straight forward. Injections typically include an anti-inflammatory corticosteroid formula, combined with a small amount of local anaesthetic.

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