Neurosurgery and Spine

The top concerns of a neurosurgeon are diagnosis and therapy. After surgery, the patient transitions to rehabilitation treatment, typically in a different hospital, and is no longer directly under the neurosurgeon's care. Neurosurgeons frequently practice in hospitals, and when the patient is released, they may have little more interaction with them. To legally practice neurospinal surgery, a person must confront different criteria in each country, and there are several ways that person must be educated.

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