Tag: Dr. Michael Brisman

NSPC’s patient success story in the Acoustic Neuroma Association newsletter spring 2017.

Read about one of NSPC’s patient’s story in the spring 2017 Acoustic Neuroma Association newsletter, Eight Years and Counting. Dr. Michael Brisman, a neurosurgeon at NSPC, used Gamma Knife surgery to treat Mr. Barbaro’s acoustic neuroma, eliminating many of the negative side effects that occur after traditional surgery.

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Acoustic Neuroma Treatments – Michael Brisman, M.D.

Long Island neurosurgeon, Dr. Michael Brisman from NSPC talks about how new technologies and advancements have improved Acoustic Neuroma treatments.

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Dr. Michael Brisman to Speak at Grand Rounds on 3/11

Friday, March 11th, 2016 Dr. Michael Brisman will present at Winthrop University Hospital 8 AM Pediatric Conference Room Topic: The cranial nerve vascular compression syndromes: trigeminal neuralgia, hemifacial spasm, and glossopharyngeal neuralgia

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Trigeminal Neuralgia

NSPC’s Dr. Michael Brisman describes trigeminal neuralgia symptoms, causes, and treatments in detail. What Is Trigeminal Neuralgia? Trigeminal neuralgia sufferers experience brief, intense episodes of severe facial pain, usually described as electric shocks or stabbing pains, around the trigeminal nerve. This nerve supplies sensation from the forehead down to the chin. Typically, patients experience the…

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Stereotactic Radiosurgery: Dr. Michael Brisman

Stereotactic radiosurgery has revolutionized the treatment of many conditions. Stereotactic radiosurgery is highly focused so that surrounding tissue as close as several millimeters away from the target receives hardly any radiation. This is an outpatient procedure done in one to five sessions at high doses to a very small area. This is in contrast to…

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