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Alfen FM et: Developments in the Area of

Endoscopic Spine Surgery. European Musculoskeletal

Review, 2006.


Iprenburg M: PercutaneousTransforminal Endoscopic

Discectomy (PTED). 19th Annual Meeting of the

International Intradiscal Therapy Society, 2006.

The London Neurosurgery


The London Neurosurgery Partnership

is a unique concept in the provision of

neurosurgical care. Comprised of a team

of eight Consultant Neurosurgeons all of

whom are recognised super-specialists

in their area of expertise, the aim is to

ensure that every patient seen by the

group is matched with the Consultant

Neurosurgeon with the best training and

expertise to deliver the individualised

and state-of-the-art care each patient


Working as a team also ensures

that patients can access high quality

neurosurgical care at all times, from a

Consultant who will be familiar with their

treatment plan, at a location convenient

to the patient.When appropriate, advice

and treatment is delivered by a team of


The London Neurosurgery Partnership

has access to all of the latest neurosurgical

technologies including the CyberKnife


and Gamma Knife


for radiosurgery;

which allow conventional open surgery

to be omitted completely in some cases,

and minimally invasive techniques for both

Cranial and Spinal Neurosurgery when

this is not possible. A key aspect of making

use of such cutting edge technologies is

the decision making process involved.This

is best achieved by a group of clinicians

who are used to working together as a

team, to ensure that the latest technology

and techniques are used appropriately,

based on the latest clinical guidelines.

Dorsal view

Lateral view

New Techniques

After completing his

neurosurgical training in

Pakistan, Mr Irfan Malik

underwent advanced

neurosurgical training at The

Royal Hallamshire Hospital

and the University Hospital,

Coventry &Warwickshire

between 2001 and 2006.

Following this, he obtained his

FRCS (SN) and then enhanced

his experience by completing

fellowships in Complex Spine

and Epilepsy surgery from the

University Hospital, Coventry

and King’s College Hospital,


His specialist interests include

the assessment and treatment

(both surgical and non-surgical)

of all spinal conditions including

degenerative, traumatic and

malignant spinal disorders.

He is an expert in the use of

minimally invasive techniques

for spinal surgery and disc

replacement surgery for the

treatment of neck and back

pain, arm pain and sciatica.

He is the first surgeon in

England to offer and perform

Endoscopic Microdiscectomy.

In addition to this, together

with his London Neurosurgery

Partnership and King’s

colleague, Mr Richard Selway,

he provides a comprehensive

service for the treatment of


Mr Irfan Malik

Consultant in Minimally

Invasive Spinal Surgery



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