Dr. Mohamed Koura is: - Head of interventional pain management Member of the International Institute for Pain Therapy • Holds an Interventional Pain Fellowship from Miami, USA • The
Treatment of roughness vertebrae of the spinal columnRead more
Neural tube endoscopyRead more
Treatment of cartilage discards and the failure of surgery slipped discRead more
Narrow nerve canal treatment without surgeryRead more
Spine pain and roughness of the vertebraeRead more
Injection of nerve roots of the lumbarRead more
Treatment of lumbar herniated disc with thermal frequencyRead more
Cartilage treatment without surgeryRead more
I was bedridden and I had abnormal pains in the left leg until the operation was done by Dr. Muhammad Koura two weeks ago, and now I am like a man. 💙
Seriously, I don’t know how to thank Doctor Muhammad Qura .. I have been suffering from a chronic headache for 4 years, and no doctor in Egypt knew anyone else to diagnose me, thank God that our Lord fulfills my recovery thanks to our Lord and then thanks to him
How is knee roughness treated - in the beginning, distance from the causative causes such as excess weight and continuous strong exertion. And standing a lot and going up and down the stairs a lot. And also carrying heavy objects - anti-inflammatory, analgesic and cartilage-strengthening medicines - physical therapy and exercises to strengthen the supporting muscles of the joint - interventional therapy - surgical treatment such as replacing the knee joint and knee arthroscopy. The latest treatment methods for knee and joint roughness - plasma injections: The most recent method, as we are distinguished at Dr. Mohamed Qoura center by making plasma from the same patient. Minutes before the injection, in the latest medical analysis unit specialized in the center to obtain the highest quality of platelets. To be injected directly into the joint under interventional radiology guidance. To ensure the best accuracy and best results - hyaluronic injection or oil injection: these are injections imported from America and Europe. And it has high viscosity. And the goal is that it is injected with plasma. This is to obtain the best quality as it maintains the plasma for a longer period. To do its job in building cartilage. It also prevents friction inside the joint. Thus, it reduces pain and preserves the joint - heat frequency: it is the most recent interventional treatment method. Which works on pain centers within the joint. To relieve pain without affecting joint function. So the patient quickly returns to a normal life without pain
The latest methods of treating sciatica are treating sciatica according to the cause of the pain, meaning that in cases of herniated disc, an interventional treatment is done with suction or laser to treat the cartilage and thus the pain is relieved. Nerves because the inflammation ends, or in cases of inflammation or roughness of the hip joint or the posterior pelvic joint, they are treated first by injection or heat frequency. Either in cases of vomiting or peripheral nerve inflammation due to diabetes, the disease is first controlled and then pain is evaluated after the advantages of non-surgical interventional treatment The most important advantages of non-surgical interventional treatment are: - It is performed using local anesthesia. - Through a minute orifice, leave no trace. Not to remove any part of the spine. The absence of any laceration of the back muscles. Maintains the dynamic stability of the spine. It does not require stitches. It takes place outside the neural tube. No fibrils or adhesions occur to the neural tube. It takes about 20 minutes. The patient's return to work within a week. Reverse surgery that requires complete anesthesia with removal of parts of the spine and the possibility of damage to the nerve canal after the operation, which may cause pressure on nerve roots that are difficult to treat and may affect the patient’s activity and practice of his work and life activities.
Adhesions form in the neural tube as a result of several factors, including constant friction of the nerve canal and nerves. One of the common mistakes is that adhesions are formed as a result of previous operations in the spine only (the main reason for the formation of adhesions is previous operations, but there are other reasons). For example: 1- When performing operations in the spine, adhesions are formed (this happens naturally). In some cases, pressure occurs on the central nerves due to the presence of these adhesions 2- When a herniated disc occurs, these adhesions are formed as a result of constant friction on the nerves 3- In cases of tightness Neural canal These adhesions are formed as a result of changes that occur in the neural canal with age, and these adhesions are diagnosed by means of magnetic resonance imaging with clinical examination and are dealt with through limited interventional procedures, either through a rash catheter or through a neural canal endoscopy.
Interventional thermal frequency is the latest method of treatment of the fire belt. Heat frequency is one of the latest methods of interventional treatment, and in the case of the fire belt, damage to the nerve is the cause of the pain, and thus the damaged nerve can be treated with thermal frequency according to the location of the injury and the thermal frequency changes the nature of the nerve transfer of pain and Consequently, the patient does not feel pain for a long time, and this is done in the operating room under the influence of local anesthesia and interventional radiation and is extremely safe and with a very high success rate
- There are many factors that may lead to a herniated disc, including incorrect postures when sitting, walking, and working, such as bending over, carrying weights in the wrong way, weight gain, or work that causes stress on the lower back.
Cervical herniated disc is one of the most common and common causes of neck pain, and a persistent headache behind the head, and the patient must pay attention to symptoms and early detection because neglecting them may ultimately lead to weakness of the arm muscles or paralysis, God forbid.
Currently, the non-surgical solution has become the best, because the experience of doctors and their techniques is in continuous progress, and one of the latest non-surgical techniques for treating the lumbar cartilage is the miniature neural tube endoscopy without surgery and without pain, which helps speed healing.