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Mr Girish Nair is a highly trained Neurosurgeon and Spinal Surgeon in Melbourne. He has public appointments at The Royal Melbourne Hospital and The Western Hospital where he is involved in the clinical care of patients and also in training medical students and neurosurgical trainees. He treats his private patients at the Melbourne Private Hospital, John Fawkner Hospital and Epworth Hospitals in...
In addition to successfully completing his FRACS, Mr Nair has completed fellowships in Functional Neurosurgery (surgical treatment for Parkinson’s disease, Essential Tremor, Dystonia etc) and he is also the first to successfully complete a Royal College accredited combined Ortho and Neuro Spine Fellowship.
His main interests include treating brain...Go to Profile
Dr Ross Gurgo is a specialist neurosurgeon who manages all conditions of the brain and spine. Born in Queensland, he completed his medical degree (MBBS) at the University of Queensland and undertook neurosurgical training through the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons in Brisbane, Perth and Sydney (FRACS).
He undertook advanced training in complex spinal surgery in Toronto, Canada in one of the largest spinal units in North America (AO Spine accredited). On returning to Brisbane in mid-2005 he was appointed a Visiting Medical Officer, Specialist Neurosurgeon, at the Princess Alexandra Hospital, and at the same time maintained a private neurosurgical practice. His main area of surgical interest is management of complex disorders of the spine. He also has a strong interest in medicolegal work and has CIME (ABIME) accreditation, is an accredited WorkCover Qld & NSW IME & Comcare PI Assessor & has MAA (NSW)...
He continues to advance his skills in all aspects of neurosurgery and is currently in full time private practice with all surgery being performed at the Brisbane Private Hospital. He is a member of the Australian Medical Association, Neurosurgical Society of Australasia, Royal Australasian College of Surgeons and Medicolegal Society of Queensland.Go to Profile
Rondhir Jithoo obtained his medical degree from the Nelson Mandella School of Medicine at the University of Natal, in Durban, South Africa. He received the Degree with the...
He then undertook neurosurgical training in South Africa at Wentworth Hospital, and obtained the Fellowship of The College of Surgeons in Neurosurgery in 2001. During this time, he also received the Registrar Prize from the South African Society of Neurosurgeons in 2000.
He subsequently undertook further training in Australia, culminating in the award of The Australasian Fellowship in Neurosurgery by examination in 2004.
He is a member of the Medical Advisory Committee at Knox Hospital and a full member of the Neurosurgery Society of Australasia (NSA), and the Australian Medical Association (AMA).Go to Profile
Mr Girish Nair is a highly trained Neurosurgeon and Spinal Surgeon in Melbourne. He has public appointments at The Royal Melbourne Hospital and The Western Hospital where he is involved in the clinical care of patients and also in training medical students and neurosurgical trainees. He treats his private patients at the Melbourne Private Hospital , John Fawkner Hospital and Epworth Hospital in...
In addition to successfully completing his FRACS , Mr Nair has completed fellowships in Functional Neurosurgery ( surgical treatment for Parkinson`s disease , Essential Tremor , Dystonia etc) and he is also the first to successfully complete a Royal College accredited combined Ortho and Neuro Spine Fellowship.
His main interests include treating brain...Go to Profile
I am a highly specialised neurosurgeon and spine surgeon based in Melbourne, Australia. I am extensively trained in the management and treatment of complex spine conditions, minimally invasive spine surgery, brain tumours and cranial neurosurgery, with a strong focus on minimally invasive and keyhole techniques.
Dedicated to both clinical and basic science research, I was awarded my PhD in 2014. My research interests are in degenerative diseases of the spine and the use of stem cell and other novel biotechnologies to repair degenerate intervertebral discs. I have won the prestigious Peter Leech research prize on two occasions and have also been awarded numerous...
minimally invasive neurosurgery minimally invasive spine surgery keyhole surgery complex spine surgery sciatica disc prolapse spinal fusion artificial disc replacement brain tumour meningioma hydrocephalus Chiari malformation disc regeneration motion preservation back pain traumatic brain injury concussionGo to Profile
Dr Teo returned to Sydney, his hometown, after ten years practicing in the United States. He has a highly regarded international reputation in the treatment of adult and paediatric brain tumors, skull base surgery, neuroendoscopy, and functional neurosurgery. He is fellowship-trained in paediatric neurosurgery in the United States as well as board qualified there.Go to Profile
We have found that when patients and their families know more about their condition and treatment options, they can take a more involved role in decisions regarding their care. In turn, this contributes to better medical outcomes and a more satisfying experience for everyone. The information for Medical Professionals is intended to help doctors keep...Go to Profile
Mr Yi Yuen (Ian) Wang is a fully qualified Neurosurgeon specialising in Minimally Invasive Techniques for all neurosurgical conditions.
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He is one of few neurosurgeons in Melbourne who has undertaken an extended overseas Fellowship training in endoscopic pituitary approaches and minimally invasive spinal surgery.Go to Profile
Dr Michael Wong is a full time Neurosurgeon and Spinal Surgeon at the Royal Melbourne Hospital. He also consults and operates at Epworth Eastern Hospital, John Fawkner Hospital and Western Hospital.
He looks after patients with intracranial problems, spinal problems and peripheral nerves disorder. He has...
After completing his neurosurgery training at the Royal Melbourne Hospital, Michael has gained more operative experience in brain tumour surgery working with the pioneering world- renowned Neurosurgeon, Professor Takeshi Kawase in Tokyo, Japan.Go to Profile