is it a recurring back pain ? Do you have a recent MRI you could show the doctor or physio ? Dr Msaddi at the neurospinal hospital (Jumeira Road - next to Chili's) is very good. He will not recommend surgery unless that is the only option. I did 3 months physio at the Othorsport Clinic on Jumeira Road for my sciatica. As it was getting worse, I consulted Dr Msaddi and he recommended surgery as the only option. At the time, I had never had an MRI done so the physio did not know the extent of the damage to my disc.Good luck.
Osteo for sure, I used to see Bruce in Dubai Physio Clinic in that little mall just before Mercato with the yo sushi in it, clinic is upstairs in the corner
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I would go and see a physio, osteopath or chiropractor in the first instance before a surgeon. My personal preferencewould be a chiro.
Really depends what's causing the pain. Try the Neurospinal hospital, they're very good there and will look at everything.
You need to see an Osteopath - Try Mark Browne at Up & Running 328 4600
Orthopeadic Surgeon -
I *think* chiropractic?
If I were to see a specialist for this. What would this dr be called? ***shys away from being daft****
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