For a long time now we’ve wanted to bring our special brand of neurosurgical care into the Hamilton area. Now we have the people power to accomplish just that.
Princeton Brain & Spine neurosurgeon Dr. Nazer Qureshi is now providing care to area residents from our new office at Robert Wood Johnson Hospital. The new office allows for expanded hours and our plan is to create a much stronger Princeton Brain & Spine presence in the division of spinal and cranial surgery.
Dr. Qureshi has worked on 3 continents and has presented his research at medical meetings in the U.S., Europe, and the Far East. He obtained his neurosurgical training at the world-renowned Department of Neurosurgery at the University of Arkansas.
Dr. Qureshi said “I’m truly excited to be working with the team at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital. It’s a pleasure collaborating with a hospital administration that is so dedicated to providing top flight care to patients in Hamilton and the surrounding cities and towns.”
Dr. McLaughlin will be speaking on “Cognitive Dominance” at the RWJ Fitness and Wellness Center on February 10 from 6:00-8:00pm. The presentation provides lessons from neurosurgery that can applied to both competition and everyday life. Dr. McLaughlin is a powerful teacher and speaker and attendees will find it both eye-opening and useful. The event is free and open to the public, however registration is required. Call 609-584-5900 to register. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear Dr. McLaughlin speak.
In Boston at the annual meeting of the Congress of Neurological Surgeons. We also held a gathering of the Jannetta Society last night. It was terrific to connect with Dr. Jannetta and see many old friends from Pittsburgh including Dr. Brent Clyde, Dr. Eric Stefanian, Dr Kamal Kalia, and Professor Yuri Shulev from St. Petersburg Russia.
The members are truly a “band of brothers” committed to bringing relief to sufferers from facial nerve pain through the use of the Jannetta Procedure.
On September 28, 2013, our own Dr. Shah has been invited to lecture at the “Mechanism & Manifestations of Traumatic Brain Injury” symposium hosted by Woods and Beechwood Neurorehab in Philadelphia, PA. The symposium will focus on Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), with a special emphasis on mild TBI caused by a single or repetitive trauma on the sports or battle field. Dr. Shah will speak on Current Surgical Management of Traumatic Brain Injury.
Woods Services has met the call for people with special needs since 1913. Beechwood Neurorehab is affiliated with Woods and focuses on individuals with brain injuries.
For information on this Continuing Education Credit Event, please contact Dalene Neopoliton at 215-750-4250.