Functional neurosurgery is a small but growing medical field that has had a major impact on the treatment of movement disorders such as Parkinson’s disease and epilepsy. On this episode, I have the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Joseph Neimat, a brilliant neurosurgeon and clinician-scientist helping lead the charge for greater research and innovation in his field. We discuss the evolution of functional neurosurgery, its future in modern medicine, and ways to optimize it for safer and more successful results.
This episode’s points of interest cover:
- Getting to know Dr. Joseph Neimat
- The progression of functional neurosurgery
- Technological advancements in the field of functional neurosurgery
- Functional neurosurgery as a treatment for depression and obesity
- Taking a deep dive into Dr. Neimat’s research
- Training the next generation of neuro-innovators
- The development status of Dr. Neimat’s novel devices
- Optimizing functional neurosurgery
Listen to this and other in-depth conversations on your favorite Podcast:
|Dr. Max Boakye, Neurosurgeon, and Neuroscientist, currently Professor of Neurosurgery, Chief of Spinal Neurosurgery, Director of Quality Improvement, and Clinical Director of the Kentucky Spinal Cord Injury Research Center, interviews leading neuroscientists, health administrators, neurosurgeons, educators, neuro and spine health care experts, and patients in his Podcast show: Optimal neuro|spine. His in-depth conversations brings to light topics on:
Dr. Boakye present the most innovative emerging research that will impact neuro|spine care. Join us as we delve one-on-one and have insightful conversations with exciting researchers and experts – voices who have something to teach, enlighten, and inspire us about Optimal neuro|spine.
Maxwell Boakye, MD, MPH
Clinical Director, KSCIRC