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Minimally invasive spine surgery offers several advantages over open surgery, which typically requires large incisions, muscle stripping, more anesthesia, a long hospital stay, and a long recuperation period.


The benefits of minimally invasive spine surgery include:

        • Minimal scarring – instead of one large scar
        • Shorter hospital stay – a few days instead of a week
        • Reduced postoperative pain
        • Shorter recovery time – a few months instead of a year
        • Quicker return to daily activities, including work
        • Less blood loss during surgery
        • Reduced risk of infection
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Aging and Epilepsy - Hosted by Dr. Tatyana Gitlevich

Monday, April 26, 2021 - 8am EST


Dr. Gitlevich evaluates patients with epilepsy 16 years and older. She also treats patients with dementia and recent head trauma, and provides concussion management and evaluation for cognitive issues related to head trauma and suspected neurodegenerative disorders.