As one of the nation’s dianabol pills for sale leading neurosurgery practices, we offer a full range of brain and spinal care. We put our patients first providing them with the best care and treatment plan for the highest quality of life.
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On the Cutting Edge
The NINJ staff are known worldwide for their major clinical and basic science research primobolan buy contributions to neurosurgery. This commitment to innovative research allows us to treat patients with the most advanced technology, latest techniques and most thorough programs, including:
The Rutgers Spine Center Of New Jersey
The Spine Center is an integrated clinical service dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of complex and routine spine pathology and is directed by Robert Heary, MD. Along with Dr. Heary, a comprehensive team consisting of Ira Goldstein, MD, Antonios Mammis, MD, Sherine Varghese, APN, and Ana Cadena, APN and Rachid Assina, MD provides a full range of conservative and surgical intervention for a wide range of spinal disorders including:
Degenerative Spine Disease
Spinal Axis Tumors
Spinal Cord Tumors
Inflammatory alpha pharma anavar reviews disorders (rheumatoid arthritis and ankylosing spondylitis)
Reoperation for previously unsuccessful spine surgeries
Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery
Endoscopic spinal surgery
The Spine Center of New Jersey stresses a team approach to comprehensive spine care. Every patient who enters the Spine Center of New Jersey system is promptly evaluated by surgeons with formal training in both Neurological and Orthopedic Surgery. This exos pills effort is greatly assisted by the multidisciplinary team of specialists routinely involved in the care of our patients including, but not limited to:
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Physical and Occupational Therapy
Psychology and Nutrition
If necessary, spine surgery of any level of complexity can be performed in a timely fashion. If surgery is not necessary, our three intensive care units provide all the resources to fully care for these often critically ill patients. In addition, invaluable around-the-clock assistance is provided by our resident physicians who come from the only neurosurgical residency in New Jersey, and from the largest residency training programs in the state of New Jersey in Orthopedic Surgery, General/Trauma Surgery, and Radiology. Most importantly, our highly trained staff of nurses, who receive exhaustive training in the care of spine and spinal cord injured patients, are able to provide state-of-the-art nursing care in both the intensive care and the less acute settings.
Spinal Cord Injury Care
ClinicalSpineInset_NINJ.jpgThe Spine Center is part of the Northern New Jersey Spinal Cord Injury System (NNJSCIS). The NNJSCIS is the only federally designated model spinal cord injury system in the state of New Jersey and it is one of only 18 such centers in the United States. The Spinal Cord Injury service integrates traditional clinical medicine with cutting edge research through the Tim Reynolds tbol cycle Spine Research Laboratory and the Spine Biomechanics Laboratory at the New Jersey Medical School. Drs. Heary and Goldstein lead the team that provides a significant portion of acute spinal cord care in New Jersey due to our affiliations with Level I and Level II Trauma centers at University Hospital and Jersey City Medical Center, respectively.
Any patient enrolled in the Northern New Jersey Spinal Cord Injury System receives their rehabilitation at the Kessler Institute – West Orange facility. As a recognized leader in spinal cord rehabilitation, the partnership between the Spine Center and Kessler Institute give our patients access to a variety of experts in Spinal Cord Injury evaluation and treatment. This allows us to provide a level of service that far surpasses that of any other service in New Jersey.
Cerebrovascular & Endovascular Neurosurgery
The Cerebrovascular Center of the Department of Neurological Surgery at New Jersey Medical School is led by Drs. Charles J. Prestigiacomo, Chirag D. Gandhi, and Paul Singh, MD along with the assistance of Brigitte Ramones, APN. This multi-disciplinary service works in cooperation with Neurology, Neuroradiology, the Section of Vascular Neurology and the Section of Vascular Surgery to efficiently evaluate and treat, both operatively and non-operatively, patients with diseases of the blood vessels supplying the brain and spinal cord including:
Arteriovenous Malformations (AVM)
Extracranial cerebral vascular disease
Spinal Cord AVM/AVF
Pre-operative embolization of brain and spinal tumors
This multi-disciplinary service offers both diagnostic and interventional capabilities for vascular pathologies of the brain and spinal cord. The center specializes in endovascular treatment of aneurysms, AVMs (both spinal and cranial), intracranial and extracranial atherosclerosis, as well as non-vascular procedures, such as vertebroplasty/ kyphoplasty. There is very close cooperation with the Neurology Stroke team to offer 24-hour interventional capability in support of our Comprehensive Stroke Center. The service also offers a two-year fellowship in which we offer training to neurosurgeons, radiologists, and neurologists that have met their individual section prerequisites.
Cutting Edge Endovascular Technology and Humanitarian Use Devices
Humanitarian Use Device is a device used to diagnose or treat a disease or condition that affects anazole bodybuilding fewer than 4,000 individuals in the United States per year and for which no comparable device is available. UMDNJ- Medical School Department of Neurological Surgery is currently working with four HUD studies for treating aneurysms.
Some types of aneurysms are difficult to treat with coils alone, they can have such a widen opening that the coils might not be able to stay in and fall back into the blood vessels or block blood flow.
The CODMAN ENTERPRISE™ Vascular Reconstruction Device and Delivery System and Neuroform EZ™ Stent System for Intracranial Aneurysms are HUD devices that both use a type of self-expanding intracranial stent made from a materiel called nitinol and are used to treat “wide neck” cerebral aneurysms. The stent is threaded through the artery to the aneurysm sac, coils are then released and used to fill the aneurysm, lowering the chances of the aneurysm rupturing. The stent is being used to help keep the coils from falling out of the aneurysm sac.
Onyx Liquid Embolic System (HD-500) is a liquid packing material injected through a micro catheter into the aneurysm. Once injected the material hardens filling up the aneurysm intending to excluded the aneurysm sac from intracranial blood pressure while preserving the parent artery circulation.
Wingspan™ Stent System with Gateway™ PTA Balloon Catheter is used to open up an artery with >50% blockage to prevent the thickening arterial walls from collapsing, to improve blood flow to your brain and prevent stroke.