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This refers to a consultation with Dr. B. conducted via Zoom or a similar video conferencing platform. Dr. B. will discuss your symptoms, medical history, and any concerns you have. He may provide guidance, answer questions, and offer recommendations verbally during the session.
This service includes a Zoom consultation with Dr. B., similar to the previous option. In addition to the verbal discussion, Dr. B will provide a written report summarizing the findings, recommendations, and any additional information relevant to your case.
During the consultation, Dr. B. will review your medical history and assess your specific condition or complaint. If necessary, Dr. B. may refer you to a specialist for further evaluation or treatment indicated, if outside the scope of his care. This ensures that you receive appropriate and comprehensive care tailored to your needs.
Upload your images to get a second opinion. If you have previously undergone medical imaging, such as X-rays, CT Scans or MRI Scans, you can upload these images to share with Dr. B.
He will review the images, annotate any relevant findings, and provide you with a video review of the annotated images and his interpretation. This can help you gain a better understanding of your condition and better guide your treatment options.
Dr. B. can offer guidance on how to effectively communicate with other healthcare professionals, such as your primary care physician or specialists.
He can provide insights into the questions to ask, how to appropriately word them and ask them, the relevant information to provide, and the relevant and important (for that type of doctor) concerns to address to ensure you receive accurate diagnoses and appropriate and timely treatment from your medical team.
This service allows you to ask Dr. B., specific and detailed questions related to your condition, treatment options, or general health concerns. It provides an opportunity to receive personalized advice and insights directly from a qualified professional.
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Upper neck instability refers to an excessive movement of the vertebrae in the neck due to ligament injuries caused by trauma. When these vertebrae move beyond their normal range, the muscles attached to them get stretched more than they should, leading to involuntary contractions. This over-activity of the muscles results in pain, weakness, stiffness, and trigger points, which are universally recognized as pain generators.
Trigger points can be relieved through various approaches, both invasive and non-invasive. Regular and diligent self-treatment, such as using a device to target trigger points, can provide relief. However, the specific muscles to be treated should be determined through a detailed motion X-ray examination of the neck, especially in the case of upper cervical instability. Identifying and treating the precise areas of instability can lead to significant results with less effort. Proper diagnosis of upper cervical instability is crucial in order to receive the most effective treatment, whether at home or in a clinical setting.
As a head and neck injury specialist, I treat a wide range of injuries and conditions that affect the head and neck region. This includes injuries resulting from accidents, sports activities, falls, trauma, and various medical conditions. Some common head and neck injuries I address include concussions, whiplash, fractures, soft tissue injuries, nerve damage, and neck sprains. My expertise extends to diagnosing, treating, and managing these injuries to promote optimal recovery and improve the overall well-being of my patients.
Treatment options for head and neck injuries vary depending on the specific injury and its severity. Non-surgical approaches are commonly employed, such as rest, pain management techniques, physical therapy, rehabilitative exercises, and the use of orthotic devices or supports. Treatment plans are personalized to the individual, considering factors like the type and severity of the injury, overall health, and recovery goals. The aim is to provide comprehensive care and facilitate healing and recovery.