Consultant for pain management and minimally invasive spine interventions.
Lecturer of anesthesia and pain management. National cancer institute. Cairo University.
Ph.D. in pain management, National cancer institute, Cairo University.
MSc of anesthesia and pain management, Kasr El Einy, Cairo university.
Years of Experience
treatment of disc prolapse and spondylolisthesis through Selective nerve root injection and Radiofrequency.
Nerve root Radiofrequency is one of the most effective and safest procedures to control pain and reduce disability in patients.
Minimally invasive neuroplasty by RACZ catheter for treatment of spinal canal stenosis and failed back surgery syndrome.
Selective nerve root injection with adhesiolytic agents. Together with epidural adhesiolysis using RACZ catheter (Neuroplasty)
Treatment of advanced knee osteoarthritis through intra articular injection and genicular nerve Radiofrequency
Thermal Radiofrequency ablation of the genicular nerves is and effective treatment in management of knee pain.
Treatment of cancer pain by selective nerve root injection and Radiofrequency and minimally invasive sympathectomy
Minimally invasive pain management is considered an effective and precise and safe method for pain control.
Fluoroscopic guided Radiofrequency ablation of the sphenopalatine ganglion is considered the definitive treatment for those conditions
Fluoroscopic guided thermal Radiofrequency for the affected nerve roots is the most effective and safest method
Sciatica Is defined as pain at one or both sides of the lower back extending on the back of the leg to the ankle
Medical treatment in the form of antineuralgic and anti-inflammatory and anti-depressants, which decrease the severity and the frequency of the attacks.
The use of minimally invasive spine procedures is the gold standard for treatment of post laminectomy pain.
Using most recent technological advances to treat disc prolapse with total safety, convenience and effectiveness.