Samitivej Hospital Srinakarin is a medical center specializing in the treatment about spine. As a pioneer in spinal injury treatment, we utilize the latest innovative techniques to treat all types of spinal injuries, including those which require surgery as well as those that do not. With several years of experience in providing accurate treatment of spinal injuries, our medical experts are highly regarded both domestically and internationally. Assessed under the Clinical Care Program Certification (CCPC) guidelines, an American institution which has awarded accreditation for the high standards maintained at our hospital since 2009.
Led by Prof.Emeritus Charoen Chotigavanich, M.D., a doctor with over 40 years of experience in spinal care and a former president of the Asia Pacific Orthopedic Association, our team of medical professionals are experts in dealing with spinal scoliosis. and Professor Prakit Tienboon, M.D.Orthopedic Surgeon Specializing in Spine, Joint, and Hip Replacement Surgery
Director of the Revision Spine Center.
Spine and Joint Center provides care for patients experiencing all types of neck and spinal disorders. The treatment is carried out by a team of medical professionals using the most up-to-date equipment available. Whether the patient is in need of surgery, or another form of non-surgical care, our team will make detailed assessments on each individual case to determine the cause of the problem, as well as to evaluate which type of treatment is most suitable. Understanding that the final judgment is of the utmost importance, we ensure that all decisions are meticulously thought out with patient safety in mind.
We provide care for patients with the following spinal conditions:
Samitivej Srinakarin Hospital is fully prepared in terms of its medical equipment, modern service-providing technology and innovations, detailed diagnoses, and comprehensive treatments and therapies:
Professor Emeritus Charoen Chotigavanich, M.D., Senior Director of the Orthopedic Surgical Department, was made President of the Asia Pacific Orthopedics Association for a 3-year term from 5th October 2012 to October 2015.
Non-surgical treatments: These types of treatment are suitable for those patients whose symptoms are not severe, including:
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