At Georgia Neurosurgical Institute, we have innovative technology and highly-trained surgeons who can lead you on your road to recovery.
Hundreds of thousands of people experience strokes every year – and 85% of those strokes are ischemic strokes. Thankfully, there is a plethora of information available concerning what to do if an ischemic stroke occurs.
At Georgia Neurosurgical Institute, we specialize in conditions involving the brain, spine, nerve, and more. While our experts are highly trained and ready to help if need be, we encourage you to take proactive steps to maintain a healthy mind and body.
When the median nerve in your wrist experiences an unnatural amount of pressure, it can cause weakness or numbness in your hand and fingers. Another symptom that many people feel when excess pressure occurs on this nerve is tingling. If you feel any of these three symptoms, you may have carpal tunnel syndrome.
Macon, GA, December 1, 2017 – Georgia Neurosurgical Institute, with practice offices in Macon, Warner Robins, Dublin, Griffin and Milledgeville, today announced the recent trip of Joe Sam Robinson, Jr., MD and Arthur Grigorian, MD to Paraguay for the 2017 Annual Conference of the Paraguayan Neurosurgical Society where both surgeons served as featured guest lecturers of the meeting. GNI has enjoyed a long-standing relationship with the neurosurgical society of Paraguay as part of its international education mission over the years.
Degenerative Disc Disease is a condition that may develop as you age. Many people seek treatment for this syndrome at Georgia Neurosurgical Institute due to the intense pain it causes in the neck and back. Fortunately, we have expert surgeons and innovative technology that can help!
Every year in America, over 795,000 people experience a stroke. Because this number is so high, it’s important to understand the signs of a stroke and know exactly what to do if one occurs. First and foremost, call 911 immediately for medical attention.
Edgar, a 22-year-old native of Moscow, Russia, recently completed his fifth year of medical school at Moscow State Medical University in July. Edgar has one more year before graduating and applying to residency programs in his home country, so he wanted to take advantage of a month-long break and “shadow” somewhere in the United States. After extensive research, Edgar chose to spend his time with the team here at Georgia Neurosurgical Inst
Laurie Faircloth, RN, is Georgia Neurosurgical Institute’s (GNI) longest serving employee. Since her hiring in May 1979, Laurie has witnessed the growth and change of not only GNI and Navicent Health Medical Center, but also in medical diagnostics, training, and the standard of medical care itself.