Dr. B. Mohapatra
Spine SurgeonConsultant , MBBS, MS, 15 years of experience
New Delhi , India
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Work Experience of Dr. B. Mohapatra
Consultant, Indian Spinal Injuries Center, New Delhi
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Dr. B. Mohapatra practices at Indian Spinal Injuries Center, New Delhi
Yes, Dr. B. Mohapatra does online consult. Patient can select Tele-consult or At Hospital while submitting the appointment request.
Dr. B. Mohapatra specialty is Spine Surgeon
Dr. B. Mohapatra is Spine Surgeon with 15 years of experience.
Consultation fees of Dr. B. Mohapatra is 1500. However it is advised to check the fees before booking the appointment.
Dr. B. Mohapatra is MBBS, MS.
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More About Spine Surgeon
A spine surgeon deals with the diagnosis and management of spinal diseases and conditions such as scoliosis and degenerative disorders.
Chest X-rays, Electrocardiogram (ECG), CT, MRI, Electromyography, Myelogram etc.
The individual may experience Stiffness in the lower back area, restricting range of motion, Inability to maintain normal posture due to stiffness or pain, Muscle spasms either with activity or at rest, Pain that persists for a maximum of 10-14 days, and Notable loss of motor function such as the ability to tiptoe or heel walk.
Recovery period is approximately 3 to 4 months.
Risks are rare but serious which includes include heart attack, stroke, brain damage, or death.