Dr. Yalamanchili MD, FAANS diagnoses and treats the entire nervous system and specializes in brain and spine pain management. As a board-certified Neurosurgeon by the American Board of Neurosurgery, Dr. Yalamanchili treats disorders of the brain, spinal cord, and spinal column in addition to the nerves that travel through all parts of the body such as the hands, legs, arms and face. Dr. Yalamanchili routinely sees patients for low back pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, epilepsy, stroke, Parkinson’s disease, sciatica, pinched nerves in the neck, sports injuries, chronic pain, and a host of other ailments.
Request an appointment with Dr. Yalamanchili online, or call the Yalamanchili Brain and Spine office to schedule your appointment.
Back pain, neck pain, and symptoms caused by spinal conditions are very common problems for many Maryland residents. Pain triggered by body strains, stresses from work, and everyday movements are typically well-balanced and handled by your body’s spine without issue. But, if parts of your neck and back are injured or start to wear out, you may experience a lot of pain, discomfort, and uncomfortable symptoms.
We diagnose and treat a variety of common spinal disorders. These often include:
The brain is the control center of your nervous system and enables you to think, feel, and move. It controls everything from breathing and your heart pumping to regulating your body temperature. Dr. Yalamanchili treats a variety of brain conditions, including:
Surgery is generally only considered when more conservative treatments have not produced results. Dr. Yalamanchili often provides or recommends non-surgical care. He diagnoses what is wrong and works with the patient to develop the optimal treatment plan, whether that includes surgery or not.
Spinal Pain Management: Non-Surgical Treatments
Spinal Pain Management: Surgical Options
It’s always important for you to discuss and consider the potential risks, complications, and benefits of surgery before choosing your treatment. At Yalamanchili Brain and Spine, we work with you to determine your candidacy for a treatment and recommend the best treatment for your condition.
Raised in Maryland, Dr. Yalamanchili earned his M.D. degree from Howard University School of Medicine. After a year long internship in surgery Dr. Yalamanchili began a five-year residency in Neurosurgery at the University of Kansas. In his fifth and final year, Dr. Yalamanchili was the chief resident of Neurosurgery.
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Dr. Yalamanchili has worked with thousands of patients throughout his career. Take a look at what some of his satisfied patients say in their patient testimonials.
If you are experiencing pain in your neck, back, arms, or legs or you think you are experiencing a brain condition, request an appointment with Dr. Yalamanchili online or call our office.
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