The goal of any treatment is to maximize neurological function and minimize pain. There are many possible reasons for a patient to have pain, and it is necessary to first understand why the patient has pain, and only then correlate that information with imaging such as MRI scans. Advanced technology is useful only when used to treat problems that will respond to it. Sometimes the best option is the simplest, and perhaps not even surgery. The patient should be given as much information as necessary to make an informed decision regarding treatment.
Jewish Medical Ethics
Jewish communal affairs and schools
medical, legal, religious, and ethical aspects of brain death
Conditions & Procedures
Carpal Tunnel (CTS),
Cervical/Lumbar Disc Disease,
Degenerative Spine Disease,
Spinal Cord Tumors,
Tumor in the Central Nervous System (Brain or Spine)
Cervical and Lumbar Surgery,
Cervical Artificial Disc Replacement,
Complex Spinal Surgery,
Complex Spine Reconstruction,
Dorsal Column Stimular Placement,
Intrathecal Pump Placement (Pain Pump),
Lumbar Artificial Disc Replacement,
Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery,
Spinal Cord Simulator,
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Dr.Stadlan was very helpful. I highly recommend him
Dr. Stadlan is a caring, concerned professional who is patient and makes sure that I am informed and fully understand what is going on.
The doctor gave me three prescriptions without really looking at what I was already taking one of the prescriptions interacted with my blood pressure medicine and put me in Reno failure.
Dr Stadlan & Dr Hurley excellent physicians & knowledgable courteous nursing staff!
Excellent; clear in explanations; direct; friendly
I have recommended Dr Stadlan & the Hospital to many.
Dr Stadlan was not present at the appointment due to an emergency. The nurse said he would call me, but he has not yet called me.
Dr Stadlan always takes the time to explain and answer my questions.
I came in thinking that I had back problems. He agreed that I do have back problems. But he suggested that I see a hip specialist just in case it was a hip . He didn't want to operate on my back and find out that the hip was the problem. I subsequently went to a hip specialist who said that I definitely need a hip replacement. If in fact it is my back, I will come back to Dr. Stadlan . I am waiting to get my hip replaced. I appreciate Dr. Stadlan's thoughts and suggestions about my hip.
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Noam Stadlan, MD, NorthShore...the trend that excites me is one that sounds extremely boring: data and outcomes.