Neuropax Clinic is the Leader for Carpal Tunnel, Headache Surgery, Thoracic Outlet Syndrome and Pain following Mastectomy, Hip and Knee Replacment, Shingles/PHN, and ACNES
WELCOMES NEW SURGEON
Dr. David L. Brown, MD joins our team
Dr. Brown joined Neuropax Clinic in February. He brings 26 years of experience in reconstructive surgery from the University of Michigan, where he was the William C. Grabb Professor of Plastic Surgery. Dr. Brown is recognized internationally for his work in treating patients with chronic pain from nerve injury, with a special focus on pain following surgery including mastectomy, knee and hip replacement, hernia repair, abdominal surgery (ACNES) and foot and ankle surgery. He is also a leading expert in treating post-herpetic neuralgia (PHN, following shingles). In addition to being a Past President of the American Society for Peripheral Nerve, Dr. Brown has published many journal articles on nerve pain surgery, edited textbooks of plastic surgery, and has been awarded grants from the NIH to study patients’ outcomes following nerve surgery.
Our vision is to be the leader in nerve surgery
Neuropax Clinic is the leader for Chronic Nerve Pain Surgery following operations, accidents and injury. We specialize in carpal tunnel, headache surgery, thoracic outlet syndrome and pain following surgery including mastectomy, joint replacement, hernia repair and spine surgery. We diagnose and treat patients suffering from nerve compression, post-herpetic neuralgia (PHN), abdominal cutaneous nerve entrapment syndrome (ACNES), diabetic neuropathy (DN), migraine / occipital neuralgia, and chronic pain after falls, car accidents, and surgery. Our goal at Neuropax Clinic is to deliver health care that is personalized and individually designed to give each and every patient the attention and care that they deserve.
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1. Definition and Symptoms of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome 2. The Role of the Median Nerve 3. Common Causes: Repetitive Strain and Genetic Predisposition 4.
Key Takeaways 1. St. Louis Leadership in Carpal Tunnel and Nerve Compression Surgeries 2. Comprehensive Vision for Patient-Centered Care 3. Cutting-Edge Surgical Techniques and
Expert Surgical Team Minimally Invasive Techniques Comprehensive Post-Surgery Care High Success Rates Personalized Treatment Plans Advanced Diagnostic Tools Reduced Risk of Complications Quick Recovery
Understanding Nerve Compression Diagnosis Treatment Options Surgery Overview Preparing for Surgery Pre-Surgery Consultation Pre-Operative Instructions Types of Nerve Compression Surgeries Lumbar Decompression Laminectomy Post-Surgery