Dr. Joe Sam Robinson, Jr. is no stranger to the Middle Georgia area. Macon born and raised, he has served the people of Georgia for over 35 years. Using his wide array of skill and knowledge, Dr. Robinson has also developed national and international neurosurgical research so more doctors and neurosurgeons can better understand the brain.
When you undergo surgery, it’s important for both the surgeons and the technology used to be of one accord. Even better, your expert surgeons are aided by technology that can foresee any possible neurological complications that may occur during your surgery.
The phrase “brain food” is something many people say, but few are aware of what foods are considered especially good for your brain. There are numerous foods that can help you maintain brain health and help you avoid future cognitive issues as you get older.
Georgia Neurosurgical Institute and Navicent Health recently held a press conference celebrating their recognition as Georgia’s only ACS Verified Level 1 Trauma Center. Representing GNI at this event was Dr. Joe Sam Robinson, a founding member of Georgia’s Trauma Commission.
Dr. Robinson began by thanking the attendees and other members of the Trauma Commission for their work and patience in working with the doctors during traumatic situations.
Here at Georgia Neurosurgical Institute, the spinal cord is one of our primary focuses. A spinal cord injury can be one of the most severe, devastating injuries a person can suffer. Injuries of this magnitude deserve the best care and treatment available. There are numerous steps you can take to protect your spine from injury.
Are you suffering from spine pain? Call us at 478-743-7092.
Carpal tunnel syndrome is a condition that affects millions of Americans every year. Carpal tunnel syndrome occurs when the median nerve is squeezed in the wrist. The median nerve controls the sensations of the thumb and fingers, not including the pinky, on the palm side and it runs from forearm to hand. The compression of this nerve can cause pain, tingling, and numbness in the hand and arm.
The notion of having surgery can be a frightening one – especially surgery relating to your brain or spine. However, it’s important to understand that the chances of complications for most brain surgeries are low. When you have a surgical procedure with Georgia Neurosurgical Institute, you can be sure that you’re in the hands of the most skilled neurosurgeons in the Southeast.
Brain tumors are one of the primary specialties of the Georgia Neurosurgical Institute. One of the more common types of brain tumors is a tumor that forms on the pituitary gland, called a pituitary tumor.