Dr. D’Ambrosio Named One of (201) Magazine’s ‘People to Watch in Health’

(201) Magazine recently featured 20 individuals who are making a difference in the health of Bergen County residents. Among those chosen as People to Watch in Health is our own Anthony D’Ambrosio, M.D., Co-Director of The Gamma Knife Center, Associate Director of Neuroscience at The Valley Hospital and Assistant Professor of Neurological Surgery at Columbia University.

In his feature titled “The Brain Surgeon,” Dr. D’Ambrosio talks about the revolutionary Gamma Knife technology, pointing out that this type of stereotactic radiosurgery enables him and his fellow neurosurgeons to perform procedures never before possible. This includes the ability to care for patients who either cannot or choose not to undergo traditional brain surgery. Learn more about the technology and benefits of Gamma Knife Brain Radiosurgery.

Dr. D’Ambrosio, who has performed more than 200 gamma knife procedures using this technology, highlights the accuracy of Gamma Knife treatment in ensuring only the intended area receives the required amount of radiation. Read Dr. D’Ambrosio’s feature, as well as the full list of People to Watch in Health.

Acoustic Neuroma Scar: What to Expect

You’ve been having some dizziness lately and, you feel like your hearing is blunted. You make an appointment with your physician and, after some tests, you’re diagnosed with an acoustic neuroma. That means

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