If you’re a patient with spine problems who is going to have surgery it’s good to start with our Spine Anatomy for Patients video. This is the first in a series that will get you ready for spine surgery! This is written and filmed with Francesca Howes, an Extended Scope Spinal Physiotherapy Practitioner at The […]
A bullet in the spine is a very uncommon thing for neurosurgeons to have to deal with. The principles of trying to remove a bullet in the spine are the same as when we need to take out a spinal cord tumour. In this video we go through a thoracic laminectomy, opening the dura surrounding the spinal cord, opening the spinal cord and removing the bullet.
Ollie has recently smashed the Academic Foundation interview so he’s put together his top tips to get you into Academic Foundation!
Want to know how to write an audit? This video is for you. Clinical audit is time-consuming if you don’t know what the key steps are and how to do it, so check this out.
Intracranial pressure monitoring is a common procedure in neurosurgery. We most often need to perform intracranial pressure monitoring in brain trauma or when we are investigating the need to divert brain and spine fluid. This is an invasive procedure that involves putting a small pressure monitoring probe inside the brain and seeing how the pressure […]