Mr Adrian Casey, Consultant Neurosurgeon

Mr Adrian Casey MBBS, FRCS, SN

Consultant Neurosurgeon

MBBS, FRCS, SN

Areas of expertise

  • Spine fractures and trauma
  • Arthritis (spine)
  • Back pain
  • Spinal stenosis
  • Complex spinal disorders

Recommendations for Mr Casey

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Recommended by:

  • byDr Philip Joseph Posner, GP

    Very experienced neurosurgeon with a very good reputation.

  • byDr Micaela Doyle, GP

    Great neurosurgeon. Spends time with patients.

  • byA GP

    Recommended neurosurgeon

  • byDr Timothy John Gerrard, GP

    Recommended neurosurgeon

  • byDr Nigel Kellow, Pain Medicine Specialist

    I have known and worked closely with Adrian Casey for a number of years. He is an excellent complex spine surgeon and I would not hesitate to refer a close friend or family member to him. In fact I have! He has successfully operated on my brother's neck.

  • byMr Ian Sabin, Neurosurgeon

    Very well established with an NHS base at Queen Square and a large private practice at the Wellington Hospital. Has a reputation for dealing with very complex cases referred from other surgeons.

  • byProf. George Ikkos, Psychiatrist

    A very good spinal neurosurgeon. Good results.

  • byDr Hadi Manji, Neurologist

    Good clinician. Reliable.

  • byProf. Paul O'Flynn, Consultant ENT Surgeon

    Recommended Neurosurgeon

  • by Dr Simon Farmer, Neurologist

    Recommended neurosurgeon

  • by Prof. Alister Hart, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

    Excellent surgeon

  • byDr Philip Joseph Posner, GP

    Very experienced neurosurgeon with a very good reputation.

  • byDr Micaela Doyle, GP

    Great neurosurgeon. Spends time with patients.

  • byA GP

    Recommended neurosurgeon

  • byDr Timothy John Gerrard, GP

    Recommended neurosurgeon

  • byDr Nigel Kellow, Pain Medicine Specialist

    I have known and worked closely with Adrian Casey for a number of years. He is an excellent complex spine surgeon and I would not hesitate to refer a close friend or family member to him. In fact I have! He has successfully operated on my brother's neck.

  • byMr Ian Sabin, Neurosurgeon

    Very well established with an NHS base at Queen Square and a large private practice at the Wellington Hospital. Has a reputation for dealing with very complex cases referred from other surgeons.

  • byProf. George Ikkos, Psychiatrist

    A very good spinal neurosurgeon. Good results.

  • byDr Hadi Manji, Neurologist

    Good clinician. Reliable.

  • byProf. Paul O'Flynn, Consultant ENT Surgeon

    Recommended Neurosurgeon

  • by Dr Simon Farmer, Neurologist

    Recommended neurosurgeon

  • by Prof. Alister Hart, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

    Excellent surgeon

  • Address

    • The Wellington Hospital

      The Wellington Hospital Ground Floor, Wellington Pl, London, NW8 9LE

    • Platinum Medical Centre

      15-17 Lodge Rd, St John's Wood, London, NW8 7JA

    • Telephone or video consultation

      Virtual

  • University College Hospital

    235 Euston Road, London, NW1 2BU

  • Royal National Orthopaedic

    Brockley Hill, Stanmore, HA7 4LP

  • About Mr Adrian Casey

    GMC number: 3079324

    Year qualified: 1985

    Place of primary qualification: University of London

    Areas of expertise

    • Artificial disc technology
    • Back pain
    • Cervical myelopathy
    • Lumbar canal stenosis
    • Neck
    • Spinal stabilisation
    • Spinal Surgery
    • Spinal tumours
    • Spine

    Professional memberships

    Royal College of Surgeons
    British Association of Spine Surgeons
    General Medical Council

    Articles by Mr Adrian Casey

    Paravertebral tumours of the cervicothoracic junction extending into the mediastinum: surgical strategies in a no man’s land

    The role of bone spect/ct in patients with persistent or recurrent lumbar pain following lumbar spine stabilization surgery

    Anterior cervical transsternal approach for thoracic outlet neoplasms; a 15 year experience in two tertiary centres

    Rigid occipitocervical fixation: indications, outcomes, and complications in the modern era: clinical article

    Superficial siderosis following trauma to the cervical spine: case series and review of literature

    Outcome of adult patients with x-linked hypophosphatemia caused by phex gene mutations

    British association of spine surgeons standards of care for cauda equina syndrome

    Antibiotics a cure for back pain, a false dawn or a new era?

    How to interpret computed tomography of the lumbar spine