Jul
03
Grief as His Guide

In this episode, we meet Dr. Joseph D. Stern and learn about his remarkable journey from neurosurgeon to caregiver and back to neurosurgeon. He is the author of the powerfully raw, incredibly insightful, and tremendously moving New York Times essay "Grief as My Guide: How My Sister Made Me a Better Doctor" in which talks about his sister Victoria's diagnosis of acute leukemia, her unsuccessful bone marrow transplant, and her death. Dr. Stern has since become an outspoken advocate for greater compassion and empathy in health care.

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Feb
06
Groundbreaking Care For Children Across The Southeast

For decades, Carolina Neurosurgery & Spine Associates has been committed to making a difference for infants and children in need of brain and spine care.

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Dec
20
Shaping The Future Of Neurosurgery

Through the focused efforts of our practice neurosurgeons at Carolina Neurosurgery & Spine Associates, and coordination with Carolinas Medical Center, a local neurosurgical residency program is now a reality. This subspecialty-based program is located at Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte.

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Dec
12
From Paralysis To Promise

Quick response, neurosurgical expertise and the promise from a doctor to a patient helped Dean Otto recover from paralysis. He's now raising money for others with spinal cord injuries and just ran a half marathon with his neurosurgeon.

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Dec
12
Ending Spasticity In Children With Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy

Spasticity experienced by children with cerebral palsy or other neurological disorders impacts every aspect of daily life. 

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