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Man who went into hospital in wheelchair walked out after pioneering key-hole surgery in Leeds
Malcolm Miller, 64, suffered debilitating pain in his back and right leg along with weakness in his foot after a weekend gardening in May this year which got so bad he even had to lie down to eat,losing two stone as a result. But after cutting edge spinal surgery in Leeds he says he is now pain free.
“Mr Pal was brilliant. He phoned me ahead of the appointment and suggested I have a MRI scan and X-ray the day before my appointment so the problem could be identified quickly.”
Chronic back pain: Pioneering surgery rids man of pain and helps him to walk again
"At my first appointment with Mr Pal in December 2016 he gave me hope because he said that, subject to me passing various medical tests including angiograms, he was willing to operate."
Mr Pal has a special interest in minimally invasive surgery for revision spinal procedures and explains: