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What Procedures Do Neurosurgeons Do?

What Is a Neurosurgeon?
The titles neurologist and neurosurgeon are frequently interchanged, and while the two specialties are closely related, they are separate. You may consult a neurologist for evaluation and diagnosis if you have a medical ailment or accident that affects the brain and nervous system. If a neurologist finds that your condition necessitates […]

September 23rd, 2021|continuing medical education, Neurosurgeon|

Great Forbes Article on Virtual Reality & Pain Management

June 1st, 2020|Uncategorized|

Life After Pituitary Tumor Surgery
Making Healthier Choices in Life After Pituitary Tumor Surgery
After a successful minimally invasive surgical removal of pituitary tumors with your Orange County Neurosurgeon, Robert Louis, MD, what are the healthier choices you can make to live healthy and live well for the rest of you life?
Attend All Your Post-Surgical Follow-Up […]

September 23rd, 2015|pituitary tumor|

You are Cordially Invited to Dr. Louis’s Next Continuing Medical Education (CME) Dinner

Orange County Neurosurgeon To Give Presentation on Pituitary Tumors in Santa Ana
Top Orange County Brain Surgeon, Dr. Robert Louis, will be holding a Continuing Medical Education (CME) dinner on June 2nd, 2015 for primary care doctors and endocrnologists.

Hosted by Hoag Neurosciences Institue, Dr. Louis will be speaking on common manifestations of function and non-functional […]

May 27th, 2015|continuing medical education, speeches and presentations|

Case Study: Successful Brain Tumor Treatment for Patient with Seizures

Southern California Brain Surgeon, Dr. Robert Louis, recounts a successful Brain Tumor removal recent surgery case in Orange County

A 62-year-old female presenting with seizures and left sided facial droop. Patient presented to the emergency room and and MRI of the brain demonstrated a large invasive tumor within the right frontal lobe of the brain.
An […]

Robert Louis MD Participates in Grand Rounds Lecture for Hoag Hospital

Robert Louis MD, an award-winning Orange County Neurosurgeon, recently gave a Grand Rounds lecture on “Manifestations of Pituitary Tumors in Routine Clinical Practice” at the Hoag Hospital in Irvine and Newport
Robert Louis, MD, participated in Grand Rounds lecture held recently at the Hoag Hospital for its Skull Base and Pituitary Tumor Program, Hoag Neurosciences […]

March 14th, 2015|pituitary tumor, speeches and presentations|

Cutting-Edge Invention Makes Music Possible for the Paralyzed

Last year certainly ended with a big bang with the invention of the “Brain Box”, a device that enables people with locked-in syndrome or other severe disabilities to make music just using their eyes. Brazilian-born composer Eduardo Reck Miranda is the man behind this astounding device that monitors brain activity through electrodes attached to […]

January 12th, 2015|published journals|

Brain Food for the Holiday Season

Every year, during the holiday season, it is expected to have a great feast. However, putting the wrong kinds of food may harm your brain. In comparison to the rest of your body, the brain uses a great load of energy. Feed it with the right foods. This holiday season and every day, incorporate […]

December 23rd, 2014|continuing medical education|


Dr. Louis’ Blog

Welcome to the Blog of Dr. Robert Louis!

Blog posts will bring you the latest news, trends and topics in Orange County, state-wide and national neurosurgeon topics. Information of latest news regarding events at the office can also be found here. At Dr. Louis’ office, we provide outstanding treatments and results for you.

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October 29th, 2014|Uncategorized|