Dr. Tarek A. Radwan's Credentials
Accepting New Patients
Yes, this doctor is accepting new patients
Dr. Radwan completed medical school at Cambridge, then pursued post-graduate training program of the Royal College of Surgeons. He worked at some of the most prestigious institutions in England, and trained in pediatric and neurosurgical critical care. After neurosurgical training in the United Kingdom, he came to the US to advance his training at Dartmouth, where he completed neursurgical residency. He completed Fellowship in Complex & Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery at University of Washington in Seattle. His passion is immediate patient care, and the optimisation of the surgical outcome. This is driven by listening to the patient, careful surgical selection, and best available scientific evidence. He has over 15 years of post-graduate medical experience to share with his patients.
- University of Cambridge (Grad. 1997)
Areas of Expertise
- Neck pain
- Back pain
- Herniated disk
- Brain tumor
- Trigeminal neuralgia
- Spinal stenosis
- Pinched nerve
- Vagus nerve stimulation
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Spinal cord injury
- Traumatic brain injury
- Brain aneurysm
- Cervical spondylosis
- Intracranial hematoma
- Bone metastasis
Awards & Recognitions
- AO Spine International - Orthopaedic Fellowship
- AANS NREF Spine Fellowship
- University of Cambridge - James-Baird Scholarship
Publications & Research
- Educational Review Manual in Neurology. Chapter: Surgical Neurology
- J Neurosurg. 2012 May;116(5):1002-6. Frameless robotically targeted stereotactic brain biopsy: feasibility, diagnostic yield, and safety.
- J Neurosurg. 2012 Dec;117(6):1182-8. Subdural interhemispheric grid electrodes for intracranial epilepsy monitoring: feasibility, safety, and utility: clinical article.
- J Neurosurg Pediatr. 2009 Aug;4(2):184-9. How long should cerebrospinal fluid cultures be held to detect shunt infections? Clinical article.
- J Neurosurg. 2008 Jul;109(1):156-8. Utility of multislice computed tomography and reformatted images: identification of migratory intraventricular clot exacerbating obstructive hydrocephalus.
- J Manipulative Physiol Ther. 2006 Sep;29(7):582-5. Review. Spinal epidural hematoma after spinal manipulative therapy in a patient undergoing anticoagulant therapy: a case report.