Archive for March, 2010

Dr. Anders Cohen, Premier Neurosurgeon

Monday, March 15th, 2010

Good health, fitness, and wellness- these are the things that you want for yourself and your family. Even the flagging economy is not expected to significantly blunt the people’s need and desire to get healthy and stay fit. In fact, some US physicians and psychologists are quoted as saying in the New York Times article, health and fitness should matter more than ever when people get laid from their jobs.

Indeed, being and staying healthy is significant as well as finding the best health care provider that delivers quality service. If you need assistance about disorders affecting your central and peripheral nervous systems, or your spinal column, you can get the help of  Dr. Anders Cohen. He is a graduate of the prestigious New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine and a former resident at the Long Island Jewish Medical Center. Dr. Cohen now serves as the head of the Neurosurgery Unit of the Brooklyn Hospital Center, and is also affiliated with the St. Barnabas Hospital in Bronx. He is also known for being the first New York surgeon to perform the XLIF, AxialLIF (Trans1) and dynamic rod procedures. You are indeed certain to experience innovative technologies and techniques under Dr. Cohen’s care.