Paul Rhys Davies: Consultant Spinal Surgeon, Cardiff, South Wales
Consultant Spinal Surgeon, Cardiff, South Wales: Paul Rhys Davies
A leading spinal surgeon based in Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan offering expert treatment for the full range of conditions affecting the spine, including neck and back pain, sciatica, degenerative disc disease, trauma and sports injuries and spinal stenosis, with a particular expertise in the treatment of scoliosis.
Mr Paul Rhys Davies is Senior Orthopaedic Spinal Surgeon at Cardiff and Vale Trust. He provides private treatment for spinal conditions at the South Wales Spinal Centre based at Vale Healthcare's Cardiff Bay Clinic and The Vale Hospital in Hensol.
An expert spinal surgeon in Cardiff and South Wales
Mr Paul Rhys Davies is a highly experienced Fellowship-trained spinal surgeon. Appointed to the University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff and Llandough Hospital, South Wales over 14 years ago, he was instrumental in the development of the Cardiff Spine Unit, a nationally and internationally respected facility that he now leads.
While treating all aspects of neck and back pain both surgically and non-surgically, Mr Davies has a specialist interest in scoliosis and complex spinal surgery. He is an innovative surgeon, skilled in the latest spinal techniques and treatments, including minimally invasive spinal surgery, and is regularly invited to lecture and operate at spinal centres both in the UK and overseas.
Paul Rhys Davies: Consultant Orthopaedic Spinal Surgeon
Spinal conditions treated by Mr Paul Rhys Davies
Mr Davies offers treatment for the full range of spinal conditions, including:
- Degenerative disc disease
- Herniated disc
- Spinal stenosis
- Fracture and traumatic injury
- Spinal tumour
Non-surgical and minimally invasive treatments for back and neck pain in Cardiff and South WalesMr Davies offers a range of injection therapies for the treatment
of certain neck and back problems, including sciatica, neck and arm
pain, facet joint pain, prolapsed intervertebral disc, coccydinia,
spinal stenosis, spondylolysis and osteoporotic fracture. He also
offers effective relief from facet joint pain using radiofrequency
neurotomy, a minimally invasive technique to block the nerves that
supply the inflamed joint using special radiofrequency needles.
With private clinics at the Cardiff Bay Clinic and
The Vale Hospital, Mr Davies has access to the latest diagnostic
technology and techniques, including MRI scanning, and patients with
back pain can often be diagnosed and treated non-surgically within the
Spinal surgery in Cardiff and South Wales
While the majority of back problems can be dealt with using
non-surgical treatments, surgery may be necessary for conditions that
are compressing the spinal nerves or cord, are causing instability of
the spine, or are causing a severe deformity. It may also be
recommended where conservative treatments have failed to bring relief
Highly experienced and skilled in all aspects of spinal surgery, Mr
Davies offers all the latest techniques for spinal disc surgery,
decompression of the spinal nerves and cord, spinal fusion and
stabilisation, and correction of spinal deformities such as scoliosis.
Number of spinal and neck operations performed
Approximately 300 - 400 spinal injections per year
Approximately 355 open spinal procedures per year
Approximately 50 neck procedures per year
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