Surgical Specialties

Surgical Specialties Beverly Hills Pain Institute and Neurology

Beverly Hills Pain Institute and Neurology  is fully equipped to oversee a full spectrum of surgical and non-surgical procedures.

A specialist dedicated to the comprehensive study and medical treatment and control of obesity and all associated diseases.

Also known as a GI (gastrointestinal) specialist, this physician is trained to perform such procedures as colonoscopies and upper GI endoscopies. These procedures allow the physician to visualize the upper and lower part of the gastrointestinal tract.

General Surgery:
General surgeons perform surgeries such as laparoscopies, cholecystectomies, incision and drainage of abscesses, hernia repair, and laceration repair.

Gynecologists monitor the health of the female reproductive system.

A neurologist is a specialist concerned with diagnosis and treatment of non-operative disorders of the nervous system.

The orthopedic surgeon is concerned with acute, chronic, traumatic and recurrent injuries as well as other disorders of the musculoskeletal system.

Otolaryngology (ENT):
Otolaryngology, commonly known as ear, nose, and throat (or ENT), deals with the diagnosis and treatment of the ear, larynx (throat), nose and upper respiratory tract.

Pain Management:
Physicians dedicated to the treatment and evaluation of acute and chronic pain, trained to implement surgical, non-surgical, and minimally invasive techniques to manage pain syndromes.

Plastic Surgery:
Plastic surgeons perform both elective and non-elective cases. Elective surgeries include breast augmentation, rhinoplasty, liposuction, face lift, etc. Non-elective surgeries include lesion removal, mastectomy, and cleft lip repair, among others.

Podiatrists assess, treat and perform surgery of the foot and ankle. Podiatrists can repair Achilles tendon injuries, heel and ankle problems, perform bunionectomies (removal of painful bunions), and correct hammertoes.

A specialist is skilled in the anatomy, neurology, biomechanics and diseases of the spine. Physicians aim to utilize both surgical and non-surgical treatments to restore all lost maximal functions.