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Alhezam Alnary Pain Clinic

Alhezam Alnary Pain Clinic

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امام مدخل مستشفى السكر, طرابلسLibya

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Opening hours

Monday09:00 - 19:00
Tuesday09:00 - 19:00
Wednesday09:00 - 19:00
Thursdayclosed
Fridayclosed
Saturday09:00 - 19:00
Sunday09:00 - 19:00
Prices from د.ل.‏31 - Enquire for a fast quote from Alhezam Alnary Pain Clinic. 1 verified patient review.

Popular Treatments

Physiotherapist Consultation د.ل.‏31 - د.ل.‏157
Back Pain Treatment د.ل.‏472 - د.ل.‏3145
Spinal Rehabilitation - Neck and Back Injury
Biomechanical assessment د.ل.‏157 - د.ل.‏7863
Ankle Injury Treatment د.ل.‏157 - د.ل.‏7863
Trigger Point Therapy د.ل.‏79 - د.ل.‏315
Injection Therapy د.ل.‏157 - د.ل.‏3145
Electrotherapy
NMT - Neuromuscular Therapy
TENS د.ل.‏31 - د.ل.‏79
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About Alhezam Alnary Pain Clinic

The Pain Clinic's Director, Dr. Husni Ajaj  receive additional highly-specialized pain management training in Holand , Balgum ,.Irelamd and Germany. Our Pain Clinic offer the best in pain management planning and treatment.

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Patient reviews

from 1 verified review
10.04.2012
Khalifa, Libya
( Review verified by email)

I am very pleased

4.5 50 Back Pain Treatment • Paid: د.ل.‏472

nerve root block

I went to the clinic with sever low back pain They examined me and assured me about the problem then they injected my back with intraforaminal block . they send me for X-ray They gave me the treatment the pain was gone since 2 weeks I am ok now back to work price was good , I am very pleased

See what others think about the clinic's customer service:

Adam, Libya29.07.2014
A thoroughly professional medical health service. The doctor opened the clinic specially to see me and helped to alleviate the majority of pain. His clinical diagnosis was both accurate and informative. I have no hesitation in recommending his services for any other user.

Accreditations

  • IASP - International Association for the Study of Pain (International) 

Provides

Physiotherapy

Premises

ParkingPublic transport accessWheelchair accessible toiletDisabled parkingPatient bathroomWireless accessOn-site pharmacy

Clinic services

Emergency service - we can demever emergency pain survice with additional coastText message remindersHome visitsOpen weekends - we open Sat and Sunday

Travel services

International travelLocal travelTranslation servicesLocal guideTours and vacation servicesPick up service from hotel

Languages spoken

ArabicEnglish

Physiotherapy

د.ل.‏157 - د.ل.‏7863

Ankle Injury Treatment

Guaranteed for 5 years.
د.ل.‏157 - د.ل.‏7863

Biomechanical assessment

Guaranteed for 5 years.
د.ل.‏79 - د.ل.‏1573

Chronic Pain Syndrome

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· Epidural Injections

Interlaminar (midline) Epidural Steroid injection
Transforaminal Epidural Steroid injection
Epidural Blood Patch
· Selective Nerve Root Injections

· Facet joint injections

Medial Branch blocks
Intrarticular Facet Joint injection
· Radiofrequency Ablation / Neurolysis / Denervation

Medial Branch Nerves
Intercostal Nerves
· Pulsed Radiofrequency Interventions

· Sympathetic Nerve Blocks

Stellate Nerve block
Celiac Plexus block
Lumbar Sympathetic Plexus block
Superior Hypogastric Plexus block
Ganglion Impar block
· Sympathetic Nerve Neurolysis / Ablation

Stellate Nerve Neurolysis
Celiac Plexus Neurolysis
Lumbar Plexus Neurolysis
Superior Hypogastric Plexus Neurolysis
Ganglion Impar Neurolysis
· Neuromodulation

Spinal Cord Stimulation
Peripheral Nerve Stimulation
Sacral Nerve Root Stimulation
Intrathecal Medication delivery
· Peripheral Nerve blocks

Iliohypogastric
Ilioinguinal
Genitofemoral

Intercostal<

 

Electrotherapy

د.ل.‏157 - د.ل.‏3145

Injection Therapy

· Epidural Injections

Interlaminar (midline) Epidural Steroid injection
Transforaminal Epidural Steroid injection
Epidural Blood Patch
· Selective Nerve Root Injections

· Facet joint injections

Medial Branch blocks
Intrarticular Facet Joint injection
· Radiofrequency Ablation / Neurolysis / Denervation

Medial Branch Nerves
Intercostal Nerves
· Pulsed Radiofrequency Interventions

· Sympathetic Nerve Blocks

Stellate Nerve block
Celiac Plexus block
Lumbar Sympathetic Plexus block
Superior Hypogastric Plexus block
Ganglion Impar block
· Sympathetic Nerve Neurolysis / Ablation

Stellate Nerve Neurolysis
Celiac Plexus Neurolysis
Lumbar Plexus Neurolysis
Superior Hypogastric Plexus Neurolysis
Ganglion Impar Neurolysis
· Neuromodulation

Spinal Cord Stimulation
Peripheral Nerve Stimulation
Sacral Nerve Root Stimulation
Intrathecal Medication delivery
· Peripheral Nerve blocks

Iliohypogastric
Ilioinguinal
Genitofemoral

Intercostal<

د.ل.‏31 - د.ل.‏157

Physiotherapist Consultation

 

Spinal Rehabilitation - Neck and Back Injury

د.ل.‏31 - د.ل.‏79

TENS

Electrical stimulation: Transcutaneouselectrical nerve stimulation (TENS) is the most common form of electricalstimulation. It is not painful, and does not require needles. During TENS, asmall battery-operated device is used to stimulate nerve fibers through theskin to reduce pain. In some cases, electrical stimulation of acupuncturepoints is also performed

د.ل.‏79 - د.ل.‏315

Trigger Point Therapy

Trigger pointinjections - An outpatient/office procedure where small amounts of local anesthetics and anti-inflammatory medications are injected in the area of themuscle where you have pain or tenderness. These areas are called trigger pointsbecause they produce pain when stimulated. Trigger Point Injections areperformed if you have myofascial pain which is pain in a specific muscle ormuscle group.

Massage Therapy

 

NMT - Neuromuscular Therapy

Chiropractic

د.ل.‏472 - د.ل.‏3145

Back Pain Treatment

Sacroiliac Joint Injection - The sacroiliac facet joints are a smalljoint in the area of the low back and buttocks where the pelvis joins with thespine. If the joints become painful they may cause pain in the low back,buttocks, abdomen, groin or legs. A sacroiliac joint injection serves severalpurposes. First, by placing numbing medicine into the joint, the amount ofimmediate pain relief experienced will help confirm whether or not the joint isthe source of pain. Also, the temporary relief of the numbing medicine maybetter allow the physician to treat that joint. Also, time release cortisone(steroid) will help to reduce any inflammation that may exist within thejoint(s).

Facet Nerve Block - An injection of anti-inflammatory and anestheticmedication in and around the facet joint area to reduce the swelling around thenerve. This is performed if your doctor suspects that your neck or lower backpain may be caused in part by the small facet joints of the spine (Facet jointsare located on the side of your spine, away from the spinal cord.).

Epidural Injection - An outpatient/office procedure which involvesplacement of anti-inflammatory agents into the epidural space to reduce discand nerve inflammation, producing relief.

Transforaminal Epidural Injection: A Transforaminal EpiduralInjection is performed to relieve low back and radiating leg pain. Thetransforaminal approach is a very selective injection around a specific nerveroot. The foraminae are small openings between your vertebrae through which thenerve roots exit the spinal canal and enter the body. By injecting medicationaround a specific nerve root, the doctor can determine if this nerve root iscausing the problem. This type of epidural injection is used most often fordiagnostic purposes, and it is commonly used in the neck. The medicationinjected can help reduce swelling and inflammation caused by spinal conditionssuch as spi

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Dr Dr Husni Ajaj

Job Title:
  Physiotherapist

Receptionest

Job Title:
  Head / Senior Receptionist
Languages:
  English, French, Italian, Arabic
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امام مدخل مستشفى السكر, طرابلسLibya

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