Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis Treatment | Consultant Spinal Surgeon – Dr Jwalant Mehta

Many complicated conditions like Adolescent idiopathic scoliosis, Willi Syndrome and scoliosis are treated by Dr Jwalant Mehta, Spinal Specialist Doctor in UK. He attended and graduated from G.S. Medical College and the K.E.M. Hospital.

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  • 1. Adolescent idiopathic scoliosis Treatment by Dr Jwalant S. Mehta
  • 2.  Mehta Spine represents a state of the art, evidence based practice in the treatment of spinal problems.  Our values encompass safety, transparency, high quality of care and documentation of outcomes of the treatment. Choosing the right surgeon is the single most important step in the quest for successful treatment. Though not everyone needs surgery, we believe that an understanding of the problem helps us in individualising the treatment.  Discussions around the natural history of the condition and obtaining the correct scans leads to the appreciation of the available treatment options. This provides a foundation of a good outcome.  Mr Jwalant S Mehta is a consultant spinal surgeon specialising in spinal deformity corrections and treatment of all spinal conditions. His is based in Birmingham at the Royal Orthopaedic Hospital and the Birmingham Children’s Hospital. Additionally, he has practising privileges with the BMI and Spire group About Mehta Spine
  • 3.  This is typically affects teenage girls. The curvature of the spine is a 3 dimensional twist.  The curvature can progress with growth through the puberty.  We can predict the likelihood of progression and be able to guide the patient and family to the possible treatment options. Adolescent idiopathic scoliosis
  • 4.  All the patients will require a full spine MRI and full spine Xray for the first appointment (usually done in ROH).A majority will require regular X rays through the teen years. Some will require an operation.  The goals of surgery are to prevent curve progression, achieve truncal alignment and correct the deformity. The MRI is usually normal, hence the term Idiopathic (which means no known cause). Sometimes the MRI picks up an associated issue that needs a referral to another specialist. Adolescent idiopathic scoliosis
  • 5. Contact and Connect • Clinical secretary: Samantha Leavy +44 785 021 1939 • Medico-legal secretary: Jan Clarke +44 121 4508928 • Spire Parkway Hospital:0121 704 5500 • BMI Edgbaston:0121 456 2000 (appointments) • BMI NEC (National Enquiry Centre): 0808 101 0337 • Email: • The appointments are booked through the clinic
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