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How to Know When You Might Need Spine Surgery

How to Know When You Might Need Spine Surgery
Spinal pain can be a serious issue if not attended to immediately. It can occur in the lower back region or the neck region. Back pain causes a lot of distractions in one’s daily activities and has also made some lose their jobs. The pain can […]

June 13th, 2022|Spine Surgery|

Pituitary Tumor Signs and Symptoms

Pituitary Tumor Signs and Symptoms
Most pituitary tumors cause too much secretion of the hormones in charge of the vital functions of the body. Some of these tumors can cause the pituitary gland to produce higher or lower levels of hormones. Most of them are noncancerous growth – adenomas that stay in surrounding tissues around […]

April 21st, 2022|pituitary tumor|

Lumbar Spine Stenosis Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatments

Lumbar spinal stenosis is a common cause of lower back and leg pain that mainly occurs when the spinal nerves in the lower back are compressed. Spinal stenosis can occur on any part of the spine, but it’s most common in the lower back — the lumbar spine.

It’s crucial to learn more about the […]

March 11th, 2022|Lumbar Spine Stenosis|

Artificial Cervical Disc Arthroplasty: Indications, Types, and Techniques

Artificial Cervical Disc Arthroplasty: Indications, Types, and Techniques
Artificial cervical disc arthroplasty is a procedure that replaces the natural spinal disc with an artificial one. It is considered to be major surgery and requires a hospital stay. Getting an artificial cervical disc arthroplasty can improve pain and quality of life if you’re a candidate.

Not everyone […]

January 24th, 2022|Artificial Cervical Disc Arthroplasty|

Brain Surgery: Purpose, Types, and Risks

Brain surgery is a delicate and risky procedure that is performed on the brain. For this reason, it’s crucial to understand the purpose, types, and risks involved in brain surgery before you have one.

Brain surgery can be done for many different reasons, including removing a tumor or abscess, repairing damage caused by trauma or […]

January 7th, 2022|brain surgery|

Neurological Problem Symptoms, Causes, and Effects

Neurological Problem Symptoms, Causes, and Effects
Experiencing neurological problems can feel scary and overwhelming, especially if you don’t have any answers about what you’re going through.

We’re here to put your mind at ease and explain some of the most common neurological disorders. We will also walk you through the common causes, symptoms, and effects of […]

December 1st, 2021|Neurological Problem|

Minimally Invasive Surgery Vs. Traditional

Minimally Invasive Surgery Vs. Traditional
Surgery is a big deal for anyone facing it and you may be wondering if traditional or minimally invasive surgery is ideal for your situation. In some scenarios, you may have either choice and it’s important to discuss this with your surgeon. 

Minimally invasive requires smaller incisions, reduces potential damage caused […]

October 13th, 2021|continuing medical education, Neurosurgeon|

What Procedures Do Neurosurgeons Do?

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 […]

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

Great Forbes Article on Virtual Reality & Pain Management

Great Forbes Article on Virtual Reality & Pain Management
https://www.forbes.com/sites/marlamilling/2020/05/26/virtual-reality-emerging-as-effective-pain-management-tool/

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|