Providing advice, treatments and solutions for patients experiencing nerve conditions, including:
- Nerve Entrapment
- Carpal Tunnel Release
- Ulna Nerve Compression
- Perineal Nerve Compression
Peripheral nerves are cord-like structures that link between your brain, spinal cord and the rest of your body. Peripheral nerve surgery uses minimally invasive techniques to treat patients with pain caused by a spinal condition or injury. Throughout the diagnoses, treatment and rehabilitation of nerve disorders, Dr Quentin Malone uses the latest technology and innovative solutions to create surgical management plans that optimise the outcome of his patients. Delivering a complete recovery program, Dr Quentin Malone tailors every approach to suit the individual needs and requirements of his patients.
With an office located in West Perth, Dr Quentin Malone is a sole practitioner who operates out of Mount Hospital and treats patients with the following nerve conditions:
Before undergoing peripheral nerve surgery, your neurosurgeon will carefully review your medical history and provide you with personalised treatment plan for your condition.
For a full service practice that manages your care from start to finish, contact Dr Quentin Malone today.
On the evening before, or the morning of your surgery you will be admitted to hospital. It is important that you arrive on time, allowing the staff prepare you appropriately for your operation. If you are being admitted to hospital on the day of your surgery, it is important to remember to fast from the requested time.
Prior to your surgery date, you will need to arrange for a family member or friend to drive you to and from the hospital. If you have any questions, please speak with your surgeon during your consultation.
After the surgery, your arm will be elevated to reduce swelling in the region of the incision. The incision will be dressed appropriately, and in most cases, this will remain in place for a period of 10 days.
Approximately 1 hour following your surgery, the nursing staff will assist you in getting out of bed and walking around the ward. Once you feel relatively comfortable, you will be discharged.
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