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The Office Of The DR Alghasi

DR Alghasi . Neorologist

 

Dr. Alghasi's Advanced Nervous Brain Clinic, Disk and Spine Specialist, Skull Base Surgery, Brain Endoscopy etc. with the latest methods. Dr. Alghasi is a graduate of Iran University of Medical Sciences and a member of the specialized neuroscientific associations. He has had extensive research backgrounds to enhance the country's medical science.

Endoscopic Neurosurgery

Endoscopic brain surgery is an advanced and less invasive technique. In this way…

Spinal Surgery

Do you have to have surgery on your abdomen? Spine surgery, like diseases and other surgeries, has many features and characteristics

neurosurgery

Neurosurgery

Neurosurgery is a field of medicine related to prevention, diagnosis, …

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About Us

About Us
He is a specialist in Neurosurgery and Spine Surgery at Iran University of Medical Sciences. She has completed courses in advanced surgeries for brain and skull base tumors, endoscopic brain surgery, pediatric neurosurgery, and advanced spine surgery under the supervision of prominent masters, and has so far done several thousand successful surgeries. And they have a great track record.

Frequently Asked Questions

Headache is one of the complaints that every person experiences at least once in his or her lifetime. In most cases it has a benign cause and requires no special treatment. Many people are worried about a headache lest it can be dangerous. While headaches are not always serious, contrary to many people's beliefs, most headaches are not due to a brain tumor. If you have any of the following headaches, be sure to take it seriously and consult your doctor immediately: 1) Any headache that has recently developed, with no previous history, is unusual or more than a few days old last; 2) any previous headache that changes its pattern, becomes more severe or does not respond to treatment;) any type of headache that begins suddenly and severely or the patient states that "is the most severe headache she has ever experienced." 3) headache that is associated with fever, nausea and vomiting, neck pain and general symptoms 4) headache with high blood pressure 5) Headache that begins at an early age or above 50 years. 6) headache that wakes up or is associated with morning jerk vomiting 7) headache that is associated with visual, binary, or red eye problems. 8) New headaches in those with a history of underlying illness or immunodeficiency; 9) Post-traumatic headache 10) Headaches that begin with activity or exercise or worsen by straining. 11) Headache associated with weakness or numbness of one's face or limbs. Headache associated with dizziness or seizures.
The recovery period after surgery depends on the type of surgery, the nerve defect, the job, the weight, and the physical condition of your body. Usually after surgery, there is a need of 2 to 4 days in hospital and 2 to 4 weeks of home care. It is recommended that you do not drive for at least two weeks after surgery. Heavy exercise and running should not be performed until complete recovery. The average recovery time for people undergoing spine surgery is 3 weeks.
The Navigation System is a new and applicable method in brain surgery. In this way, the MRI images and the infrared camera pinpoint the exact location of the tumor and the brain surgeon removes the tumor more accurately without damaging the sensitive areas of the brain.
Back pain is one of the most common problems that about 85% of people refer to a physician at least once in their lifetime. Back pain has many types, the most common being mechanical, inflammatory, and lumbar disc disease. Mechanical pain is the most common cause of low back pain. Back pain caused by intervertebral disc disease is usually accompanied by symptoms such as pain in the lower limbs and fingers, numbness and in some cases weakness and paralysis of the extremities.

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Postoperative rehabilitation

Your recovery after spinal surgery depends on how fit your body and activity are before surgery. For this reason, people who have had neurological deficits and muscle weakness after surgery need more care and rehabilitation.
The surgeon usually asks the patient to get up and walk the day after the surgery, which allows the person to return to normal sooner and speed up the recovery process. More importantly, it reduces the risk of blood clots forming in the lower limbs.
The first few weeks after a spine surgery are a very important period and can greatly affect the length of your long-term recovery.

After surgery, the patient returns to normal due to the pain of the patient’s movements, so exercise should be exercised gently to prevent muscle tension and spinal cord injury.
Based on the degree of disability and muscle weakness developed prior to surgery, rehabilitation programs and appropriate corrective actions are prescribed by a physician. Rehabilitation programs are an effective measure of patient recovery after surgery and proper rehabilitation programs can help to improve long-term recovery.