Dr. Randazzo invited to speak in Lebanon

Dr. Ciro Randazzo was invited to speak at the Biennial Neurosurgery Update on July 7th in Beit Al Tabib, Lebanon. Hosted by the Lebanese Society of Neurosurgery and the World Association of Lebanese Neurosurgery, this conference brought together experts from the United States, Europe, and the Middle East.

IGEA Adopts a Family for the Holidays

‘Tis the season for giving and giving back, especially to those who have suffered a brain injury. Depending on the type and severity, a brain injury can affect a person’s overall brain function, quality of life and ability to live independently. No person or family is ever prepared to comprehend the full magnitude of life changes a brain injury can present.

Dr. Lipson Quoted in ELLE Magazine

Dr. Adam Lipson of IGEA Brain & Spine was recently called upon by ELLE magazine to offer advice to readers who frequently wear high heels. For those who sport the fancy footwear while running from place to place, he recommends an exercise that avoids strain on the lower back, hips and spine. Check out the […]

Dr. Gupta Featured in Article on Prevention.com

Dr. Isha Gupta of IGEA Brain & Spine was recently called upon to comment in the article 8 Signs You Might Have Nerve Damage and provided information regarding signs of nerve damage. Dr. Gupta explained that nerve damage develops slowly and may exhibit signs through numbness or tingling. Read the full article here.

Dr. Poulad Featured on SELF: Explains the Effects of Stress on Memory

Dr. David Poulad of IGEA Brain & Spine was recently featured in an article regarding the extreme impact that stress can have on memory. Dr. Poulad explained what can happen when the brain is exposed to large amounts of stress, and what can be done to ease or counteract the effects. Read the full article […]

Dr. Gupta Featured on Country Living and Yahoo

Dr. Isha Gupta of IGEA Brain & Spine was recently featured on Country Living and Yahoo regarding the effects of lavender on headaches. Dr. Gupta commented that the effects of the herb are similar to prescription relaxants, but warned that more research needed to be conducted on the subject. She also cautioned to be careful […]

Dr. Poulad Quoted in Article on The Feast

Dr. David Poulad was recently called upon to comment on a recent study featured by The Feast on Bravo TV’s website. The study suggested that those with specialized sensory training –such as sommeliers–have increased volume in areas of the brain that are typically affected by neurodegenerative disorders. As a result, these individuals may have a decreased […]

Dr. Lipson Invited to Be a Featured Speaker on WCBS Newsradio 880

Dr. Adam Lipson had the honor of being the guest speaker on WCBS Newsradio 880: Health and Well Being with Pat Farnack regarding pain management and spinal surgery. This is the second time he has been invited to speak as an authority in the field of neurosurgery on the popular radio show. Listen here.