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Neurosurgeon

The neurosurgeon represents a medical or osteopathic physician who has advanced their training in the evaluation and care of neurological disorders with an emphasis on surgical intervention. Neurosurgeons must complete a rigorous course of education and training which typically four years of undergraduate school, four years of medical school and an additional three to eight years in internship and residency programs.

The neurosurgeon may pursue one or more areas of specialization. The neurosurgeon assumes a critical role in the care of some patients with spine disorders.

For more information about the role and responsibilities of a Neurosurgeon, please refer to the website of the American Association of Neurological Surgeon at http://www.aans.org/



To locate and learn about neurosurgeons who are members of the American Academy of Spine Physicians go to the International Directory of Spinecare Professionals. The directory also identifies those who have achieved credentialed status (Diplomate or Fellow) with the American Academy of Spine Physicians.




Educational Partners

To learn more about your spine. spinehealth, and available spinecare go to the International Spine Assocition (ISA) at www.spineinformation.org. The primary mission of the ISA is to improve spinehealth and spinecare through education. The ISA is committed to disseminating need-to-know information throught the World Wide Web in numerous languages covering many topics related to the spine, including information about spine disorders, spine heath, advances in technology and available spinecare



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