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Dr. Phillip St. Louis is an esteemed and trailblazing neurosurgeon renowned for his exceptional expertise in the field of neurosurgery. With an unwavering commitment to advancing medical science and improving patient outcomes, he has made groundbreaking contributions to the field, revolutionizing treatment options for neurological conditions and transforming the lives of countless individuals. His dedication, skill, and compassion have established him as a respected leader in the neurosurgical community.
Dr. St. Louis has over thirty years of clinical experience and his research interests include Minimally Invasive Surgical Techniques, Brain Tumors, NeuroRestoration, Robotics, and Complex Spinal Disorders . He is currently the Department Head of Neurosurgery at the South West Regional Health Authority and an Associate Clinic Instructor II at the Department of Clinical Surgical Sciences, Trinidad. Additionally, He is also an Associate Professor at the College of Medicine, University of Central Florida, Orlando.
He received his Associates in Science at Nassau Community College, he then went onto Howard University where he received his Bachelor of Science. Dr. St.Louis subsequently went to Hahnemann Medical College Philadelphia, where he became a Doctor of Medicine. He then joined one of leading neurosurgical residency programs at Cleveland , where he honed his surgical skills and gained comprehensive knowledge in the diagnosis and treatment of complex neurological conditions..
He has a great community involvement being involved as a Mentor in the FIRE Program at the University of Central Florida, College of Medicine ,a member of 100 Black Men of Orlando and a member of Beta Xi Boule.
Dr.St.Louis was awarded with the Florida Hospital Physician Value Award for Excellence and the James R Smith NAACP Award 1992 William E. Lower Fellowship Thesis Prize. A regular to research Dr. St.Louis has worked on the following papers :Recurrent Syncopal Episodes Due to Atlanto-Axial Instability – An Unusual Presentation of Os Odontoideum, A Retrospective Outcomes Review of Patients with Idiopathic Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus Treated with a Low Flow Valve System. Interdisciplinary Neurosurgery and . Flow Regulated vs Differential Pressure Shunts: A Prospective Analysis in Patients with Idiopathic Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus.

Phillip St. Louis

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