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Currently Voluntary Clinical Professor, Department Neurological Surgery, Miller School of Medicine, University of Miami, Co-Director Interventional Pain Fellowship, Larkin Community Hospital and Nova Southeast university School of Medicien.
Original researcher and developer of axial spinal imaging in 1975 and minimally invasive percutaneous and later lateral access lumbar spine surgery on 1982 evolving into endoscopic disc resection, fusion and XLIF. Since then has continued working with various new uses of radiofrequency in the spine and intraspinal locations and other endoscopic techniques for treatment of both cervical and lumbar disc herniation with emphasis on expanding minimally invasive approaches. Multiyear experience with stereotactic radiosurgery, trigeminal neuralgia, minimally invasive spine surgery.

Skills & Interests
spine fractures radiofrequency ablation radiofrequency lesion minimally invasive lumbar fusion percutaneous spine surgery endoscopic disectomy stereotactic radiosurgery trigeminal neuralgia trigeminal neuralgia spinal cord stimulation
Publications (32)

Recent article categories: Anesthesiology, Pain Management, Neurosurgery