British Orthopaedic Association;
British Association of Spinal Surgeons;
British Medical Association, and;
North American Spine Society
Colin Natali is a fellowship trained Spinal Surgeon. He practices exclusively in the diagnosis and treatment of conditions affecting the neck, thoracic and lumbar spine. Most of his work involves common conditions such as low back pain, prolapsed discs, sciatica, neck pain and vertebral fractures. Mr Natali is also a leader in minimal access surgery utilising small incision techniques and endoscopic discectomy. He is a lead designer for K2M, an American company that designs and manufactures spinal implants.
Mr Colin Natali is the founder and Medical Director of a Rehabilitation Clinic called Back2Normal that treats patient's pre and post operatively to optimise their recovery. He is very active in teaching and training and is a Medical Advisor for several insurance companies.
Mr Colin Natali is one of the founding directors of The Lister Hospital's multidisciplinary spinal group, All About Spines, which is dedicated to providing excellence in care for patients suffering from disorders of the spine.
Mr Natali research interests include Surgical Treatment of Spinal Disorders and Non-Operative Treatment of Back and Neck Pain.
Back pain, neck pain, disc prolapse, minimal access spinal surgery, spinal stenosis, total disc replacement, pain relief, spinal injections, rehabilitation, whiplash injuries, endoscopic discectomy and spondylolisthesis, minimal access spinal surgery, osteoporosis affecting the spine and spinal infections including Tuberculosis.
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Recommended on 17/08/2013
Colin is an outstanding spinal surgeon and opinion.
Recommended on 27/08/2013
Patient report that Mr Natali has a considerate bed-side manner and is plain speaking about treatment options and likelihood of success. He is unlikely to operate unless he feels it is in the patients' best interests to pursue a surgical rather than conservative route.