Envisioning and implementing a holistic approach to neurological treatment is our goal, and our unique research and powerful solutions illuminate the path toward greater innovations for the future of health care. Patients and families seeking effective surgical procedures, rehabilitation, and neurological treatment can trust in our highly skilled and renowned surgical team. As we provide comprehensive services at our state-of-the-art inpatient and outpatient facility, we remain driven by our basic oath to help patients heal while providing a genuine, human touch.
As we continue to build a world-class biomedical technology campus with a neuroscience focus that provides innovative medical technology, clinical expertise, research, and ethics in an atmosphere of exceptional patient care, we will remain guided by the highest principles of integrity, leadership, and community stewardship.
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Insight Institute of Neurosurgery and Neuroscience is pleased to welcome Dr. Ramiro A. Pérez de la Torre to our Neurosurgery Department, where he will serve as a neurosurgeon.
Dr. Pérez de la Torre has over 20 years of experience in neurosurgery and is active in the national and international neurosurgery community, where he has received numerous awards for his work in neuroscience. Dr. Pérez de la Torre graduated from Guadalajara University Medical School in 1992 with honors and completed his neurosurgery residency at XXI Century National Medical Center in Mexico City and a stereotactic neurosurgery clinical fellowship in Harper Hospital at the Detroit Medical Center from 1998 to 2001. He also completed a two-year spine fellowship at Providence Hospital Southfield and was recently granted a PhD. in leadership.
For 19 years, Dr. Pérez de la Torre has served as an attending neurosurgeon at XXI Century National Medical Center, where he has developed programs for movement disorders, brain tumors, and psychosurgery, as well as an advanced pain center. He is also currently a neurology professor at La Salle University.
Dr. Pérez de la Torre is dedicated to providing compassionate care for his patients and is excited to move back to Michigan, joining the Insight Pain Management Center team to take care of patients with the most ethical and human attention. His vast experience will be a significant asset as we continue our efforts to deliver the best possible care for our patients.
Topic: Trigeminal neuralgia: percutaneous approaches and surgical outcomes
Speaker: Dr. Ramiro Pérez, M.D.
Date: February 18th, 2021. 12:00 PM
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