Low back pain is actually the first sign of a condition called lumbar disc herniation. Every person will suffer from back pain at least once during lifetime. Low back pain is the second most common cause of pain in the world as well as the most common complaint under the age of 45.
Neck pain is actually the first sign of a condition called disc herniation in the neck. Low back pain is actually another first sign of lumbar disc herniation. In fact, one person in every three will suffer from back pain at least once during lifetime.
Almost one of every seven dementia patients has another disease that can easily be confused with Alzheimer’s disease. In these people together with forgetfulness; there is slowing down of walking, that is, walking with small steps without elevating the feet from the ground, and associated urinary incontinence.
Coma and Intensive Care
The aim of establishing an intensive care unit or reanimation unit where the latest technologies of modern medicine are used is, keeping patients alive and to save them time if they can recover. In intensive care, sometimes the medicines given will cure the patient or sometimes an operation, and usually the patient’s own body.
A stem cell is a cell that has the ability to transform into every different cell in the human body. While these cells are very numerous during the developmental period in the mother’s womb, the number decrease as the age progresses; after the age of 100, the number can even be only a handful. But these few cells actually have the ability to regenerate each organ.
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One year ago I learned that I had an advanced neck hernia. There was a loss of sensation and strength in my left arm. After the comment of the doctor who made the first diagnosis about the paralysis probability due to a sneezing, I went to Dr. Semih after a detailed search. He performed a surgical procedure called motion preserving servical disc surgery. As he said, by planning and following my physical therapy after the operation and helping me returning to normal life; now I have no difference from the commando on the mountain. Thanks to Dr. Semih, I can hug and lift my 4-year-old daughter every day, and there is not any recipe for such an happiness.
Due to severe back pain, I had had two surgeries abroad. There were no changes in my post-operative pain, and although my doctor stated that all of them would disappear, my complaints continued. I could walk max. for 10 minutes. I luckily found Prof.Dr. Semih Keskil, made an appointment and flew to Ankara. He planned the operation after determining the cause of pain as a result of detailed examinations. After 3 days of treatment, I completely raised up again and turned abroad. I thank him endlessly. I would recommend him to all patients with similar problems.
Our beloved father, as a result of a traffic accident outside Ankara, suffered severe back pain immediately after the accident. We reached Dr. Semih by phone and requested to send him the results of the tomography taken away from Ankara. Meanwhile, he urged us to bring our father to the hospital where he was working. When he analysed the tomography, he told us that our father had a fracture of the spine and needed surgery. He contacted the doctor who was taking care of our father at the hospital outside Ankara. When our father reached his hospital, he examined our father immediately and explained the surgery to all of us in detail. He repaired our father’s fractured spine without any open surgery with a new technique in which the recovery process was much shorter than open surgery. After the surgery, he gave a great deal of interest to our father and explained in detail what he should not do. Thanks to Dr. Semih in a very short time, our father was able to get well in spite of a condition that might have had serious (paralysis) results. Our father, who could not move at all; started walking and sitting the day after surgery. He gained his old health in a very short time without a slit, a stitch, a surgical scar or surgical pain on his back. We are grateful to Dr. Semih for improving our father’s condition in such a short time and without pain. It was also very comforting for us, to be told the process and the condition of our patient; so that we can understand every finest detail. We always trust Dr. Semih with our eyes closed, who is friendly and makes us think positively about the situation. Thank you very much for your support and all your help.
A few months ago, due to my mother’s forgetfulness, dementia, incontinence and difficulty in walking; I started to search on the internet with the intention of finding a good doctor. As the result of a serious research, I have reviewed the articles and books about dementia written by the gentleman Semih Keskil. When I found the written information reasonable, I decided to take my mother to his office. After a lot of tests and examinations, a catheter was placed in her waist so as to withdraw 5 ml of CSF every day; and we were hospitalized for 3 days to observe whether there would be any improvement in her condition. After 2 days, we got very positive results and a week later our doctor decided to put the shunt (the system to remove excess brain fluid and drain it into the abdominal cavity) mechanism. She underwent surgery, and within a few days; my mother recovered quite a bit. As the urinary incontinence was over, the memory slowly started to come back and the gait was steadily improved. All of these have happened, thanks to Dr. Semih… Thank you, Dr. Semih, we were lucky since we met you… God bless you.
We met Prof. Semih Keskil when my mother’s backbone had to be filled after a fracture. As each patient’s relatives do, we first searched for the doctor who could do the best in such a challenging and dangerous operation in the country over the internet and asked our acquaintances. Moreover, the excess of cortisone which she had to use to defeat Myasthenia Gravis was another serious condition. The fact that the already existing disease could cause the patient not to recover after the anesthesia was giving a more dangerous dimension to the surgery. And yet God has made us meet such a good doctor and such a very modest person at the same time. I knew a lot of doctors because of my mother’s Myasthenia Gravis disease and my own operation, but I didn’t see such a physician who does his job as well as our professor. Prof. Keskil successfully completed the operation. My mother woke up and the other day continued her life as if she hadn’t undergone the operation. Both his pre-operative suggestions and post-operative interest and help cannot be explained. He is still checking my mother’s bone density tests at certain times. After surgery, having gained such a valuable friend for me and my family makes me extremely happy. So glad we have met you, sir. With the deepest love and respect from Hatay.
- Defining the optimum ventricular catheter length calculation formula using ventricular index
- Design and manufacture of aspirator with manual pressure regulator
- Nonslip texture scissor design and manufacture
- Removal of the dural tail of meningioma with the aid of neuronavigation
- Design and manufacture of self-impact chisel
- Cranial screw fixation of an atlas anterior arch fracture for the first time in the World
- Minimally invasive fusion surgery performed in Turkey for the sacroiliac failure
- Fixation of an isolated C1 anterior arch fracture with screw and wire for the first time in the World