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Dr. Luis A. Robles

Dr. Luis A. Robles

Neurocirujano

El Dr. Luis Robles ha practicado la especialidad de neurocirugía durante 20 años. El Dr. Robles es académicamente activo, participa como editor de sección en la revista World Neurosurgery y ha publicado varios artículos en diferentes revistas internacionales de neurocirugía.

Dr. Felipe Nares

Dr. Felipe Nares

Neurocirujano

El Dr. Nares asistió a la escuela de medicina de la Universidad de Aguascalientes. Está capacitado para realizar abordajes anteriores y laterales de la columna vertebral desde la columna cervical a la lumbar, así como cirugía mínimamente invasiva.

Dr. Ramiro Pérez

Dr. Ramiro Pérez

Neurocirujano

El Dr. Ramiro Pérez asistió a la escuela de medicina de la Universidad de Guadalajara en Guadalajara, México. El Dr. Pérez realizó su entrenamiento en Neurocirugía en el Centro Médico Siglo XXI IMSS y ha estado practicando su especialidad por más de 13 años.

Dr. JJ Ramirez

Dr. JJ Ramirez

Neurocirujano

El Dr. Ramírez asistió a la escuela de medicina de la Universidad Autónoma de Guadalajara en Guadalajara, México. El Dr. Ramírez realizó su entrenamiento en Neurocirugía en el Instituto Nacional de Neurología y Neurocirugía en la Ciudad de México

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CAROTID ARTERY DISEASE
Carotid artery disease occurs when fatty accumulation (plaques) clog the blood vessels that supply blood to your brain and head (carotid arteries). If the blockage increases, the blood supply to the brain is interrupted or seriously reduced, causing a stroke. High blood pressure, tobacco use, diabetes, high blood-fat levels, family history, age, obesity, and lack of exercise. I diabetes and obesity. The first sign that you have the condition may be a stroke or transient ischemic attack (TIA). A TIA is a temporary shortage of blood flow to your brain.
The goal of treating carotid artery disease is to prevent a stroke. Specific treatments depend on the extent of blockage in your carotid arteries.
If blockage is mild to moderate, your doctor may recommend lifestyle changes to slow the progression of fat plaque (quitting smoking, losing weight, eating healthy foods, reducing salt, and exercising regularly). Also,medication to control blood pressure or lower cholesterol.
If blockage is severe, or if you've already had a TIA or stroke, your doctor may recommend removing the blockage from the artery. The options include:
Carotid endarterectomy, surgery is the most common treatment for severe carotid artery disease. The artery is repaired with either stitches or a graft.
Carotid angioplasty and stenting, if the blockage is too difficult to reach with carotid endarterectomy or you have other health conditions that make surgery too risky. You are given local anesthesia and a tiny balloon is threaded by catheter to the area of the clog. The balloon is inflated to widen the artery, and a small wire mesh coil (stent) is inserted to keep the artery from narrowing again.
Image below,it shows a pre and post stenting image, after treatment of carotid stenosis.
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CAROTID ARTERY DISEASE
Carotid artery disease occurs when fatty accumulation (plaques) clog the blood vessels that supply blood to your brain and head (carotid arteries). If the blockage increases, the blood supply to the brain is interrupted or seriously reduced, causing a stroke. High blood pressure,  tobacco use, diabetes, high blood-fat levels, family history, age, obesity, and lack of exercise. I diabetes and obesity. The first sign that you have the condition may be a stroke or transient ischemic attack (TIA). A TIA is a temporary shortage of blood flow to your brain. 
The goal of treating carotid artery disease is to prevent a stroke. Specific treatments depend on the extent of blockage in your carotid arteries.
If blockage is mild to moderate, your doctor may recommend lifestyle changes to slow the progression of fat plaque (quitting smoking, losing weight, eating healthy foods, reducing salt, and exercising regularly). Also,medication to control blood pressure or lower cholesterol.  
If blockage is severe, or if youve already had a TIA or stroke, your doctor may recommend removing the blockage from the artery. The options include:
Carotid endarterectomy, surgery is the most common treatment for severe carotid artery disease.   The artery is repaired with either stitches or a graft.
Carotid angioplasty and stenting, if the blockage is too difficult to reach with carotid endarterectomy or you have other health conditions that make surgery too risky. You are given local anesthesia and a tiny balloon is threaded by catheter to the area of the clog. The balloon is inflated to widen the artery, and a small wire mesh coil (stent) is inserted to keep the artery from narrowing again.
Image below,it shows a pre and post stenting image, after treatment of carotid stenosis.

NEUROVASCULAR SURGERY
We are pleased to inform about the incorporation of a specialist in neurovascular surgery to our medical staff, Dr Juan Jose Ramirez. Dr. Ramirez attended medical school at the Universidad Autonoma of Guadalajara School of Medicine in Guadalajara Mexico. Dr. Ramirez performed his Neurosurgery training at the National Institute of Neurology and Neurosurgery in Mexico City. Also, to improve his skills and knowledge in neurovascular disorders, he completed a cerebral endovascular therapy clinical fellowship in the same hospital. Then, he also completed a training in cerebro-vascular surgery. He is one of the few neurosurgeons trained to treat cerebral vascular disorders with either open surgery or endovascular treatment.
He has experience in the treatment of brain aneurysms, arteriovenous malformation, dural fistulas, and other brain vascular problems. Dr Ramirez has treated hundreds of patients with these conditions.
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NEUROVASCULAR SURGERY
We are pleased to inform about the incorporation of a specialist in neurovascular surgery to our medical staff, Dr Juan Jose Ramirez. Dr. Ramirez attended medical school at the Universidad Autonoma of Guadalajara School of Medicine in Guadalajara Mexico. Dr. Ramirez performed his Neurosurgery training at the National Institute of Neurology and Neurosurgery in Mexico City. Also, to improve his skills and knowledge in neurovascular disorders, he completed a cerebral endovascular therapy clinical fellowship in the same hospital. Then, he also completed a training in cerebro-vascular surgery. He is one of the few neurosurgeons trained to treat cerebral vascular disorders with either open surgery or endovascular treatment.
He has experience in the treatment of brain aneurysms, arteriovenous malformation, dural fistulas, and other brain vascular problems. Dr Ramirez has treated hundreds of patients with these conditions.Image attachment

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Felicidadez Juan Jo. Q te sigan lloviendo las bendiciones.

Felicidades Juanito

Todo un científico en esta rama de las neurociencias mis respetos tuve el gusto de conocerle y trabajar con él felicidades Dr.

LUMBAR FLAT BACK SYNDROME
Lumbar flat back syndrome (LFBS) is an abnormal condition where the spine loses its natural low back curve to become flat. The spine becomes imbalanced and the patient tends to lean forward. Patients with flat back syndrome typically have trouble standing upright and may have ongoing back or leg pain. Causes of LFBS include lumbar degenerative disease (degeneration of discs related to the aging process), vertebral compression fractures, ankylosing spondylitis, and post-surgery.
The diagnosis of LFBS is performed based on the patient’s symptoms and x-rays of the spine.
Surgery is reserved for those patients that not respond to initial conservative measures (physical therapy, medications,etc). Surgical reconstruction for flat back syndrome involves some correction of the curvature. The goals of surgery are to relieve pain and prevent the curvature from getting worse in the future.
The images below show the pre and postoperative X-rays of a patient treated with surgery by our surgical team. She had a history of multiple lumbar spine surgeries in the US. As a result, the normal curve of lumbar spine was lost. She developed severe pain that kept her from walking and even standing. A portion of bone was removed (pedicle subtraction osteotomy) to allow for realignment of the spine and the instrumentation was extended with titanium implants. She improved after surgery.
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LUMBAR FLAT BACK SYNDROME
Lumbar flat back syndrome (LFBS) is an abnormal condition where the spine loses its natural low back curve to become flat. The spine becomes imbalanced and the patient tends to lean forward. Patients with flat back syndrome typically have trouble standing upright and may have ongoing back or leg pain. Causes of LFBS include lumbar degenerative disease (degeneration of discs related to the aging process), vertebral compression fractures, ankylosing spondylitis, and post-surgery.
The diagnosis of LFBS is performed based on the patient’s symptoms and x-rays of the spine.
Surgery is reserved for those patients that not respond to initial conservative measures (physical therapy, medications,etc). Surgical reconstruction for flat back syndrome involves some correction of the curvature. The goals of surgery are to relieve pain and prevent the curvature from getting worse in the future.
The images below show the pre and postoperative X-rays of a patient treated with surgery by our surgical team. She had a history of multiple lumbar spine surgeries in the US. As a result, the normal curve of lumbar spine was lost.  She developed severe pain that kept her from walking and even standing. A portion of bone was removed (pedicle subtraction osteotomy) to allow for realignment of the spine and the instrumentation was extended with titanium implants. She improved after surgery.
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Los procedimientos neuroquirúrgicos funcionales están indicados cuando el tratamiento médico no ha logrado mejorar la condición de un paciente. En el caso de trastornos del movimiento (enfermedad de Parkinson, temblor esencial o distonía), si su neurólogo considera que todos los tratamientos médicos disponibles no han logrado mejorar su condición, puede indicar o sugerir que es candidato para un tratamiento quirúrgico. En caso de trastornos psiquiátricos, su psiquiatra debe informarle sobre esta opción de tratamiento. El mismo proceso se realiza cuando se trata de una condición dolorosa, su especialista en control del dolor puede informarle sobre las técnicas quirúrgicas para tratar de mejorar sus síntomas.

Es muy probable que tengamos que solicitar un informe médico y una carta de su especialista en la que se indique que usted es candidato a cualquier tipo de cirugía funcional. No decidimos si usted es candidato a un tratamiento quirúrgico, pero podemos sugerirle qué tipo de procedimiento es adecuado para usted. Por favor, envíenos un correo electrónico si quiere saber sobre los diferentes procedimientos neuroquirúrgicos que realizamos.

Algunos procedimientos quirúrgicos conllevan un alto riesgo quirúrgico (ya sea por el tipo de enfermedad o por las condiciones del paciente). En estos casos es difícil proporcionar una cita.

Los honorarios del hospital (sala de operaciones, UCI, medicamentos, pruebas de laboratorio), los honorarios médicos (cirujanos, anestesiólogo, asistentes de enfermería) y el transporte entre el aeropuerto y el hotel. (Debido a la variabilidad de los costos, los vuelos y los hoteles no están incluidos).

Tienes que enviarnos un correo electrónico informándonos de qué tipo de cirugía necesitas. En algunas condiciones la indicación de la cirugía es bastante obvia, pero a veces necesitaremos un informe de su especialista de tratamiento diciendo que usted es candidato a cualquier procedimiento dado (este paso es especialmente para la cirugía de los trastornos del movimiento, la cirugía para las condiciones psiquiátricas y la cirugía para el dolor).

Nuestros médicos entonces discutirán su caso. Recibirá una respuesta informándole si consideramos que es apto para operarse con nosotros. Si decidimos que usted califica para que se le realice un procedimiento, recibirá un presupuesto.