David Kreitzman, MD: Restoring Parkinson’s Disease Patients’ Quality of Life at St. Charles Hospital
Under the leadership of Medical Director David Kreitzman, MD, the Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders Center at St. Charles Hospital has become a regional hub for expert diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation and support services.
Reza Dashti, MD, PhD: Nuanced Treatment for Complex Cerebrovascular Conditions and Skull Base Lesions at Stony Brook University Hospital
Reza Dashti, MD, PhD, Associate Professor of Neurosurgery, Renaissance School of Medicine at Stony Brook University, and Associate Director of the Stony Brook Cerebrovascular Center, brings advanced treatments for both complex and common conditions to the people of Suffolk County.
Fellowship-trained surgeons in White Plains Hospital’s recently enhanced cranial neurosurgery program deliver multidisciplinary evaluation and leading-edge treatments rarely found outside metropolitan academic medical centers.
At Neurological Surgery, P.C., Neurosurgeon Sachin Shah, MD, combines his surgical expertise with that of Fernando Checo, MD, orthopedic surgeon at The Central Orthopedic Group, to treat spine tumors.
Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center was awarded the Advanced Certification for Comprehensive Stroke Centers in January 2019.
Charles Mikell, MD, a neurosurgeon specializing in movement disorders and Co-director of the Stony Brook Movement Disorders Center, along with his colleagues, relies heavily on minimally invasive treatments for managing disorders and diseases of the brain.
John A. Grant, MD, FACS, BCh, MB, neurosurgeon and Director of Pediatric Brain Tumors with the Long Island Brain Tumor Center at Neurological Surgery, P.C., offers reassurance for families with children who have brain tumors or malformations.
Offering a full range of clinical neuroscience services — from medical and surgical radiation treatments for tumors to back and spine surgery to trauma care — St. Catherine of Siena Medical Center aims to provide tertiary-level care to Long Island residents.
Uniting neurological and orthopedic techniques, the surgeons of Neurological Surgery, P.C. (NSPC) can handle extensive and difficult cases, including scoliosis, trauma, multilevel spine and cervical procedures, and revisions of previous surgeries.
Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center Brings Stroke & Brain Aneurysm Center to Long Island’s South Shore
The Stroke & Brain Aneurysm Center at Good Samaritan offers comprehensive neurointerventional treatment and critical care for vascular diseases of the brain, resulting in complete resolution of stroke symptoms and minimally invasive therapies for brain aneurysms for certain patients who have experienced large vessel occlusions, as well as shorter stays for those with brain aneurysms and more.
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