Por qué es un doctor de primer nivel/Professional statement/Perché è un dottore di prim’ordine

Mrs Anne Mitchener is an experienced consultant neurosurgeon based in both central London at the Schoen Clinic, and in Esher, Surrey. Mrs Mitchener is an expert in treating degenerative spine, including back, neck, arm, and leg pain. She is trained in numerous minimally-invasive surgical methods, and non-surgical and surgical management of spinal disorders. 

At first graduating with a PhD in psychology, Mrs Mitchener then went on to gain her medical degree from the University of Cambridge. This was followed by neurosurgical training in London, Edinburgh and Glasgow. She has been practising as a consultant neurosurgeon since 2002, across several reputable hospitals, including Kings College Hospital in London.

Mrs Mitchener is a member of the Society of British Neurosurgeons and the British Association of Spinal Surgeons. She lectures frequently and attends many notable medical conferences, staying fully in touch with any advancements made in her field.

Especialista en

Back pain

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Neck pain

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Minimally invasive spinal surgery

What is minimally-invasive spinal surgery? Minimally invasive spine surgery, sometimes known as ...

Lumbar herniated disc

What is lumbar spine disc herniation?  A spinal disc herniation, herniated disc or a ...

Sciatica

What is sciatica? Sciatica is a very painful condition that can last for several days. It occurs d...

Arm pain

What causes arm pain? Arm pain has a number of causes, including: ...

Enfermedades, Pruebas y Tratamientos

  • Arm pain
  • Back pain
  • Brain MRI
  • Caudal epidural
  • CSF Leak
  • CT scan (CAT)
  • Degenerative disc disease
  • Discectomy
  • Epiduroplasty
  • Failed back surgery syndrome
  • Kyphoplasty
  • Laminectomy
  • Lumbar discectomy
  • Lumbar herniated disc
  • Lumbar nerve root block
  • Medial branch block
  • Medicolegal
  • Minimal access surgery (keyhole surgery)
  • Minimally invasive spinal surgery
  • Neck pain
  • Nervous system
  • Sciatica
  • Second medical opinion
  • Slipped disc
  • Spinal cancer
  • Spinal column
  • Spinal injections
  • Spinal stenosis
  • Spinal surgery
  • Trapped nerve

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Contacto

  • Schoen Clinic London
    66 Wigmore Street W1U 2SB - London (W1G Marylebone London)
    (+44) 02076613244
  • Esher Green Surgery
    Esher Green Drive KT10 8BX - London (Kingston upon Thames)
    (+44) 02076613244
  • Harley Street Specialist Hospital
    18-22 Queen Anne St W10 5TG - London (Central London)
    (+44) 02076613244
  • BMI The Clementine Churchill Hospital
    Sudbury Hill HA1 3RX - London (West London)
    (+44) 02076613244

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Sciatica vs. back pain: how do they differ?
Sciatica pain radiates along the sciatica nerve, which goes from your lower back through the buttocks and down through the leg, distinctively, on one side, whereas back pain usually occurs from muscle strain. We've asked one of our expert neurosurgeons Mrs Anne Mitchener to explain the difference between both conditions and if there is a test that you can make at home to determine which one you have.
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Neck pain: is it very common?
Most of us have experienced a sore neck at some point, whether we have been lifting weights at the gym, or from sitting with poor posture at our desks. We've asked one of our leading London neurosurgeons Mrs Anne Mitchener when neck pain becomes a sign of something more serious.
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Slipped disc: how painful is it?
A slipped disc may cause symptoms such as pins and needles, numbness and weakness in the back or the legs. We've asked one of our top neurosurgeons Mrs Anne Mitchener to explain whether everyone feels pain or not when it happens and how it happens in the first place.
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