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Dr. Richard Hodosh

Neurosurgery
Summit, NJ
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I specialize in
Neurosurgery
I have been in practice
47 years
I speak
Portuguese
My answers and insights have
Helped 110 people
Here are kind words from others
I had an acoustic neuroma diagnosed and was referred to Dr. Hodosh by my ENT MD.... I was very nervous, but he immediately made me feel at ease. His listening skills were remarkable. He took an extraordinary amount of time explaining my condition and the options available to me. I was in the hospital for only 2 days and returned to most of my regular activities within a month. The office was very responsive and compassionate...I feel so fortunate to have Dr. Hodosh as my surgeon.
I had a tumor along my brainstem that was causing facial pain and headaches. I saw a neurosurgeon at Sloan Kettering and one at NYU. I chose Dr. Hodosh because of his experience and patient recommendations. He was attentive and answered all my questions. He made me feel as if I were his only patient. I only stayed in the hospital for 2 days and I was relieved of all my preopertive complaints without any new problems. My care was extraordinary.
My overall experience with Dr. Hodosh and his office staff was outstanding. I received personal and caring treatment with amazing results for the removal of my pituitary tumor. I had no pain after the surgery, my eyesight improved immediately, and my hospital stay was only one day.
This Thanksgiving, I wanted to share my appreciation for all that you do! Thank you, doctor! :)
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I am located at
Atlantic Brain & Spine Institute
99 Beauvoir Ave
Summit , NJ 07901

I was educated and trained at
Medical / Graduate School
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
I've won the following awards
New Jersey magazine top Doctors, Best Doctors in America
Top Doctors, New York Magazine
I've published
Neurological manifestations of external carotid artery disease.
Clin Neurosurg., 28:384-406 (1981)
Risk of intracranial aneurysm surgery in the good grade patient: early versus late operation.
Neurosurgery., Oct;5(4):422-6 (1979)
Microsurgical evaluation of the pterional approach to aneurysms of the distal basilar circulation.
Neurosurgery., 3(2):135-41 (1978 Sep-Oct)