The bones of your adult spine consist of 26 moveable joints. When these bones rub together or slip out of place, it causes pain and instability. If your back pain isn’t relieved by other forms of treatment, your doctor may recommend spinal fusion. During this procedure, your doctor attaches two or more vertebrae together to permanently stop movement between them, which prevents pain at the joint level. Read more: https://premierspinenj.com/spinal-fusion/
Dr. Aaron J. Greenberg is board-certified and fellowship-trained in orthopedic surgery of the spine. After completing his undergraduate degree at Johns Hopkins University, Dr. Greenberg attended medical school at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, where he was elected into the AOA Honor Society after finishing top of his class. Dr. Greenberg completed a residency in orthopedic surgery at University Texas Medical School, followed by a fellowship in orthopedic spine surgery at Emory University. Dr. Greenberg is passionate about patient care, treating patients who are experiencing pain, and getting them back to a great quality of life. He treats cervical, thoracic, and lumbar disorders of the spine. Dr. Greenberg uses the latest spine techniques, such as motion sparing technology, and specialises in minimally invasive spine surgery. Using a personal and sensitive approach in his patient care, Dr. Greenberg emphasises understanding the concerns of his patients.
Dr. Harshpal Singh is a board-certified neurosurgeon who has advanced subspecialized training in both neuro-radiology and complex and minimally invasive spinal surgery. He has extensive experience treating a broad range of complex patient conditions using the latest treatment approaches. Dr. Singh attended medical school at the Medical College of Georgia, followed by a residency at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, where he served as Chief Resident. During his fellowship training at the University of Miami, Dr. Singh focused on treating spinal cord injuries, severe spinal trauma, and complex cervical spine deformities. He is also highly experienced in treating neurological head trauma and general neurosurgery. His clinical research has centered on spinal fusion and complex revision spinal surgery. Dr. Singh believes that a strong physician-patient relationship is critical to a positive outcome.
Dr. David Wells-Roth is board-certified in neurosurgery. He completed medical school at George Washington University School of Medicine and then completed his surgical internship and neurosurgical residency at Weill-Cornell Medical Center in New York City. Dr. Wells-Roth has additional specialized fellowship training in interventional neuroradiology as well as skull-based neurovascular surgery. He also trained at Memorial Sloan Kettering in Oncologic Surgery of the brain and spine. Dr. Wells-Roth provides the highest quality cerebrovascular surgical and endovascular techniques to patients with acquired and congenital neurovascular disease. He has expertise in minimally invasive spinal surgery and complex spinal instrumentation. Dr. David Wells-Roth is a member of our top-rated team of board-certified neurosurgeons in New Jersey and New York. He is accepting patients at Premier Brain & Spine, a neurosurgery center.
Endocrinology is the medical practice that deals with hormonal problems. Your hormones affect so many of your other body parts and how your body functions that it’s likely at some point, you may receive a referral from one of our primary care physicians to an endocrinologist in Brooklyn. It’s vital that your endocrinology doctor receives a complete picture of your health, how it relates to your symptoms, what your medical history entails and what other, sometimes seemingly unrelated, symptoms you may be experiencing. Read more: https://www.centurymedicaldental.com/specialties/endocrinologist/