Who We Are?
We are a medical group consists of experience registered nurses of neurosurgery training and experience neurosurgeons who subspecialized in skull base, spine and neurovascular surgery.
For decades, we have been treating stroke patients and patients with other brain and spine problems in both public sector and private sector in Hong Kong.
We also provide 24 hours emergency medical advice, assistance and treatments.
Apart from taking care local patients in Hong Kong, we also serve patients in Macau, Mainland China and other countries by providing emergency medical services, including Distant Tele-medicine Advice, international medical rescue and evacuation, arranging medical air-transfer or ground-transfer, medical escort, etc.
Stroke symptoms and warning signs:
- Sudden numbness or weakness of the face, arm or leg, especially on one side of the body
- Sudden confusion, trouble speaking or understanding, memory impairment.
- Sudden trouble seeing in one or both eyes, or visual field cut.
- Seeing double images, or drooping of one eyelid, or red and pulsating eye.
- Sudden dizziness, loss of coordination or balance, trouble walking.
- Sudden severe headache, with or without neck pain and back pain with no known cause.
- Sudden loss of consciousness
- Transient ischemic attacks (TIAs)
Transient ischemic attack (TIA)
Transient ischemic attack (TIA) is “warning stroke”, is the strong predictor of a major stroke. It (TIA) is also often known as “minor stroke” that produce stroke-like symptoms but of no lasting brain damage. It is also caused by a mini-clot that cause transient blockage to blood vessels. As the blockage is transient, unlike a major stroke, there is no permanent damage to the brain. Nevertheless, TIA is an important signal of a major stroke. A person who’s had one or more TIAs is almost 10 times more likely to have a stroke than someone of the same age and sex who hasn’t. And 1/3 of people with TIAs experience a major stroke in the same year. Therefore recognizing and treating TIAs can reduce your risk of suferring a major stroke. TIA should be considered as medical emergency. It is essential to grasp TIA’s symptoms and followed up immediately with a stroke neurosurgeon, and should be treated in the same way as a stroke.