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Neurologists in Sunbury, VIC

The most popular Neurologists near Sunbury, VIC, 3429

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miNEURO: Sunbury

Lake Imaging, 17-19 Horne St, Sunbury, VIC, 3429

The ultimate goal of any surgery is to improve patient's quality and even length of life by restoring normal anatomical relationships between bodily structures. Evolution of surgery and anaesthesiology allowed achieving this goal and successfully manage previously untreatable conditions. However, there is still a lot of space for improvement, in particular in the field of brain and spine surgery. For example, the long-term outcomes after operations on most invasive brain tumours or on severe degenerative spinal conditions still leave much to be desired. Studies investigating patient satisfaction after spine surgeries show that the rate of negative outcomes could be as high as 50%. Improvement of surgery results is not possible without further development of less invasive but more efficient operative techniques. Minimally invasive procedures represent a logical evolution of surgical philosophy focussing on patient's safety and satisfaction. This philosophy is based on three main principles: - accurate identification of the problem; - safe access to the pathological area with minimal injury to the surrounding tissues; - effective but delicate repair of the problematic structures even if they are located deeply in the body.

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miNEURO: Moonee Ponds 25.77 km

Moonee Ponds Specialist Centre, 827 Mt Alexander Rd, Moonee Ponds, VIC, 3039

The ultimate goal of any surgery is to improve patient's quality and even length of life by restoring normal anatomical relationships between bodily structures. Evolution of surgery and anaesthesiology allowed achieving this goal and successfully manage previously untreatable conditions. However, there is still a lot of space for improvement, in particular in the field of brain and spine surgery. For example, the long-term outcomes after operations on most invasive brain tumours or on severe degenerative spinal conditions still leave much to be desired. Studies investigating patient satisfaction after spine surgeries show that the rate of negative outcomes could be as high as 50%. Improvement of surgery results is not possible without further development of less invasive but more efficient operative techniques. Minimally invasive procedures represent a logical evolution of surgical philosophy focussing on patient's safety and satisfaction. This philosophy is based on three main principles: - accurate identification of the problem; - safe access to the pathological area with minimal injury to the surrounding tissues; - effective but delicate repair of the problematic structures even if they are located deeply in the body.

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miNEURO: Werribee 33.93 km

Consulting Rooms, 297 Princes Hwy, Werribee, VIC, 3030

The ultimate goal of any surgery is to improve patient's quality and even length of life by restoring normal anatomical relationships between bodily structures. Evolution of surgery and anaesthesiology allowed achieving this goal and successfully manage previously untreatable conditions. However, there is still a lot of space for improvement, in particular in the field of brain and spine surgery. For example, the long-term outcomes after operations on most invasive brain tumours or on severe degenerative spinal conditions still leave much to be desired. Studies investigating patient satisfaction after spine surgeries show that the rate of negative outcomes could be as high as 50%. Improvement of surgery results is not possible without further development of less invasive but more efficient operative techniques. Minimally invasive procedures represent a logical evolution of surgical philosophy focussing on patient's safety and satisfaction. This philosophy is based on three main principles: - accurate identification of the problem; - safe access to the pathological area with minimal injury to the surrounding tissues; - effective but delicate repair of the problematic structures even if they are located deeply in the body.

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Berkovic Samuel Prof 33.97 km

249 Waterdale Rd, Ivanhoe, VIC, 3079

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Dr Lawrence Cher 33.97 km

Waterdale Medical Specialist Rooms 249 Waterdale Rd, Ivanhoe, VIC, 3079

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Gerraty Richard P 34.01 km

Mercy Private Hospital Suite 31 141 Grey St, East Melbourne, VIC, 3002

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miNEURO: Heidelberg 34.84 km

Level 7, Consulting Suites, 10 Martin St, Heidelberg, VIC, 3084

The ultimate goal of any surgery is to improve patient's quality and even length of life by restoring normal anatomical relationships between bodily structures. Evolution of surgery and anaesthesiology allowed achieving this goal and successfully manage previously untreatable conditions. However, there is still a lot of space for improvement, in particular in the field of brain and spine surgery. For example, the long-term outcomes after operations on most invasive brain tumours or on severe degenerative spinal conditions still leave much to be desired. Studies investigating patient satisfaction after spine surgeries show that the rate of negative outcomes could be as high as 50%. Improvement of surgery results is not possible without further development of less invasive but more efficient operative techniques. Minimally invasive procedures represent a logical evolution of surgical philosophy focussing on patient's safety and satisfaction. This philosophy is based on three main principles: - accurate identification of the problem; - safe access to the pathological area with minimal injury to the surrounding tissues; - effective but delicate repair of the problematic structures even if they are located deeply in the body.

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miNEURO: Bundoora 35.74 km

Suite 32, Level 4, UniHill Consulting suites, 240 Plenty Rd, Bundoora, VIC, 3083

The ultimate goal of any surgery is to improve patient's quality and even length of life by restoring normal anatomical relationships between bodily structures. Evolution of surgery and anaesthesiology allowed achieving this goal and successfully manage previously untreatable conditions. However, there is still a lot of space for improvement, in particular in the field of brain and spine surgery. For example, the long-term outcomes after operations on most invasive brain tumours or on severe degenerative spinal conditions still leave much to be desired. Studies investigating patient satisfaction after spine surgeries show that the rate of negative outcomes could be as high as 50%. Improvement of surgery results is not possible without further development of less invasive but more efficient operative techniques. Minimally invasive procedures represent a logical evolution of surgical philosophy focussing on patient's safety and satisfaction. This philosophy is based on three main principles: - accurate identification of the problem; - safe access to the pathological area with minimal injury to the surrounding tissues; - effective but delicate repair of the problematic structures even if they are located deeply in the body.

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Dr Owen B White 40.94 km

Ste 30 Cabrini Medical Centre. Isabella St, Malvern, VIC, 3144

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miNEURO: Bentleigh East 47.92 km

Moorabbin Specialist Centre, 873 Centre Rd, Bentleigh East, VIC, 3165

The ultimate goal of any surgery is to improve patient's quality and even length of life by restoring normal anatomical relationships between bodily structures. Evolution of surgery and anaesthesiology allowed achieving this goal and successfully manage previously untreatable conditions. However, there is still a lot of space for improvement, in particular in the field of brain and spine surgery. For example, the long-term outcomes after operations on most invasive brain tumours or on severe degenerative spinal conditions still leave much to be desired. Studies investigating patient satisfaction after spine surgeries show that the rate of negative outcomes could be as high as 50%. Improvement of surgery results is not possible without further development of less invasive but more efficient operative techniques. Minimally invasive procedures represent a logical evolution of surgical philosophy focussing on patient's safety and satisfaction. This philosophy is based on three main principles: - accurate identification of the problem; - safe access to the pathological area with minimal injury to the surrounding tissues; - effective but delicate repair of the problematic structures even if they are located deeply in the body.

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Melbourne Child Neurology 50.82 km

Suite 11 212-220 Clayton Rd, Clayton, VIC, 3168

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miNEURO: Wantirna 52.75 km

Knox Audiology, 230 Mountain Hwy, Wantirna, VIC, 3152

The ultimate goal of any surgery is to improve patient's quality and even length of life by restoring normal anatomical relationships between bodily structures. Evolution of surgery and anaesthesiology allowed achieving this goal and successfully manage previously untreatable conditions. However, there is still a lot of space for improvement, in particular in the field of brain and spine surgery. For example, the long-term outcomes after operations on most invasive brain tumours or on severe degenerative spinal conditions still leave much to be desired. Studies investigating patient satisfaction after spine surgeries show that the rate of negative outcomes could be as high as 50%. Improvement of surgery results is not possible without further development of less invasive but more efficient operative techniques. Minimally invasive procedures represent a logical evolution of surgical philosophy focussing on patient's safety and satisfaction. This philosophy is based on three main principles: - accurate identification of the problem; - safe access to the pathological area with minimal injury to the surrounding tissues; - effective but delicate repair of the problematic structures even if they are located deeply in the body.

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miNEURO: Frankston 72.71 km

Level 3, Frankston Private Hospital, 24-28 Frankston-Flinders Rd, Frankston, VIC, 3199

The ultimate goal of any surgery is to improve patient's quality and even length of life by restoring normal anatomical relationships between bodily structures. Evolution of surgery and anaesthesiology allowed achieving this goal and successfully manage previously untreatable conditions. However, there is still a lot of space for improvement, in particular in the field of brain and spine surgery. For example, the long-term outcomes after operations on most invasive brain tumours or on severe degenerative spinal conditions still leave much to be desired. Studies investigating patient satisfaction after spine surgeries show that the rate of negative outcomes could be as high as 50%. Improvement of surgery results is not possible without further development of less invasive but more efficient operative techniques. Minimally invasive procedures represent a logical evolution of surgical philosophy focussing on patient's safety and satisfaction. This philosophy is based on three main principles: - accurate identification of the problem; - safe access to the pathological area with minimal injury to the surrounding tissues; - effective but delicate repair of the problematic structures even if they are located deeply in the body.

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miNEURO: Mornington 76.24 km

The Bays Hospital, 262 Main St , Mornington, VIC, 3931

The ultimate goal of any surgery is to improve patient's quality and even length of life by restoring normal anatomical relationships between bodily structures. Evolution of surgery and anaesthesiology allowed achieving this goal and successfully manage previously untreatable conditions. However, there is still a lot of space for improvement, in particular in the field of brain and spine surgery. For example, the long-term outcomes after operations on most invasive brain tumours or on severe degenerative spinal conditions still leave much to be desired. Studies investigating patient satisfaction after spine surgeries show that the rate of negative outcomes could be as high as 50%. Improvement of surgery results is not possible without further development of less invasive but more efficient operative techniques. Minimally invasive procedures represent a logical evolution of surgical philosophy focussing on patient's safety and satisfaction. This philosophy is based on three main principles: - accurate identification of the problem; - safe access to the pathological area with minimal injury to the surrounding tissues; - effective but delicate repair of the problematic structures even if they are located deeply in the body.

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Danta Gytis Dr 462.36 km

Suite A7 161 Strickland Cres, Deakin, ACT, 2600

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Siejka S J 476.23 km

322 Wellington St, South Launceston, TAS, 7249

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Dr Christopher S Kneebone 621.27 km

207 Melbourne St, North Adelaide, SA, 5006

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Hall Robert J 621.40 km

1 Kermode St, North Adelaide, SA, 5006

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Dr Andrew Lee 622.48 km

Calvary Hospital Adelaide Inc 89 Strangways Tce, North Adelaide, SA, 5006

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Western Neurology 628.35 km

35 Woodville Rd, Woodville South, SA, 5011

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Cathy Short Dr 628.36 km

35 Woodville Rd, Woodville, SA, 5011

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Miranda Neurology 693.38 km

Suite 11 42-44 Urunga Pde, Miranda, NSW, 2228

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Ghougassian Dr D 693.54 km

17 Urunga Pde, Miranda, NSW, 2228

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Fung V Dr 700.34 km

Specialist Medical Centre 151- 155 Hawkesbury Rd, Westmead, NSW, 2145

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