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New frontiers in the management of spinal conditions - current concepts and the future

New frontiers in the management of spinal conditions - current concepts and the future

Professor Arun Ranganathan is one of the country's leading spinal surgeons. He treats a number of high-profile patients, from celebrities and dignitaries to world nuwe athletes, Anxl manages this alongside his NHS practice where be was recently featured on Channels wation operating on 18 year old Chloe in the spine straightening episode. He gives us his thoughts on some of the current concepts and the future of spinal surgery and innovations.

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18-Year-Old Girl Undergoes Scoliosis Surgery on Live TV

Last night (10 April 2019), 18-year-old Chloe Donhou from Essex underwent spinal fusion surgery to correct her 60+ degree scoliosis. This wouldn't normally be headline news - scoliosis affects approximately 3% of the population, and countless spinal fusion procedures are carried out worldwide each year - but Chloe's operation was noteworthy because it was televised.

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Teenager to undergo life-changing spine operation that Princess Beatrice had

TOMORROW night teenager Chloe Donhou will be wheeled into an operating theatre to undergo surgery that will transform her body and her life.

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Watch Prof. Arun Ranganathan live as he performs procedures in real time

Operation Live

Prof. Arun Ranganathan will be on Operation:Live which will air on Channel 5 at 10pm on Wednesday, 9th April. Stay Tuned!

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60 seconds with Arun Ranganathan: An Interview About Scoliosis

Prof. Arun Ranganathan started the scoliosis service at The Royal London Hospital in 2012, training staff and lobbying for support. With medical professionals and community support he undertook the team’s first operation in 2013. Now the service is fully operational with roughly 60 life changing surgeries taking place each year.

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