Harbin Clinic announces the addition of Jason Harrison, M.D., Ph.D., to its growing medical team. Dr. Harrison joins the practice of Neurosurgeons John Cowan, M.D, Andrew Stevens, M.D. and Daniel Webb, M.D., located at 550 Redmond Road in Rome.
“Every day 138 people in the US die from injuries that include traumatic brain injuries. Increasing awareness of head injuries should be a very significant issue from a social standpoint,” Harbin Clinic Neurosurgeon Dr. Daniel Webb told the audience on Thursday during a Wellness Works Seminar at Redmond Regional Medical Center.
When Greg Rayburn, owner of Rayburn Electric Company in Rome, Ga, went to the hospital for a routine diagnostic procedure, he had no idea the health crises he was about to face. Thanks to the work of Harbin Clinic physicians, despite a heart attack and a severe brain bleed, he is about to celebrate a year of health and recovery.
The treatment for vascular malformations in the brain will benefit from research by Harbin Clinic Neurosurgeon Dr. Andy Stevens which was published in a recent issue of the American Journal of Roentgenology. In partnership with doctors from Oregon Health and Science University and Wake Forest University, Dr. Stevens evaluated the benefits of gamma knife surgery, a stereotactic radiosurgery procedure, in the treatment of arteriovenous malformations and the ability to monitor improvements using spin-labeled MRI perfusion.
Many more people suffering from spinal degenerative disc disease may be helped as a result of research by Harbin Clinic Neurosurgeon Dr. Andy Stevens. A recently presented study by Dr. Stevens demonstrates a safe and effective surgical treatment option for multilevel degenerative disease of the neck.
Medical school students around the world will benefit from the experience and knowledge of Harbin Clinic Neurosurgeon John Cowan Jr. Dr. Cowan is an author of Fundamentals of Operative Techniques in Neurosurgery, 2nd Edition, a neurosurgery text book scheduled to be used my medical schools worldwide.