Dr. Michael Brisman is a trusted neurosurgeon at Neurological Surgery, P.C. in Rockville Centre, New York. Dr. Brisman is a board certified surgeon with over 20 years of experience. He specializes in the treatment of facial pain, trigeminal neuralgia, hemifacial spasm, and brain tumors which include pituitary tumors, acoustic neuromas, and meningiomas. Dr. Michael Brisman focuses on minimally invasive techniques to treat these issues, largely with stereotactic surgery and radiosurgery.
Dr. Michael Brisman received his undergraduate degree at Harvard University with high honors in Biology. He continued on to earn his medical degree at Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons. Upon completion of his degrees, Dr. Michael Brisman spent time at the Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York, completing a General Surgery internship and Neurological Surgery Residency.
Currently, Dr. Michael Brisman serves as chief of neurosurgery at Winthrop University Hospital where he is also the co-director of the Neuroscience Institute and surgical director of the Neuroscience Intensive Care Unit. At South Nassau Hospital, Dr. Michael Brisman is the co-medical director of the Long Island Gamma Knife® and the chief or Surgical Neuro-Oncology. Dr. Michael Brisman is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons and the president elect of the New York State Neurosurgical Society.
Dr. Michael Brisman is the author of numerous publications of peer-reviewed articles and book chapters related to the field of neurosurgery. His publications include:
- Kader A, Brisman MH, Maraire N, Huh J, Solomon R: the Effect of Mild Hypothermia on Permanent Focal Ischemia in the Rat. Neurosurgery 31:1056-1061, 1992
- Brisman MH, Fetell MR, Post KD: Reversible Dementia due to Macroprolactinoma. J Neurosurg 79: 135-137, 1993
- Brisman MH, Morgello S, Silvers A, Klein I, Post KD: Idiopathic Granulomatous Hypophysitis. Neurosurgical Focus 1(1): Article 7, 1996
- Brisman MH, Katz G, Post KD: Symptoms of Pituitary Apoplexy Rapidly Reversed with Bromocriptine. Neurosurgical Focus 1(1): Article 5, 1996 and J Neurosurg 85: 1153-1155, 1996
- Brisman MH, Bederson JB, Sen C, Germano IM, Moore F, Post KD: Intracerebral Hemorrhage Occurring Remote from the Craniotomy Site. Neurosurgery 39: 1114-1122, 1996
- Brisman MH, Sen C, Catalano P: Results of Surgery for Head and Neck Tumors that Involve the Carotid Artery at the Skull Base. J Neurosurg 86: 787-792, 1997
- Brisman MH, and Camins MB: Radiologic Evaluation in Patients with Head Injury. The Mount Sinai Journal of Medicine 64: 226-232, 1997
- Brisman, MH, Bederson JB: Surgical Management of Subarachnoid Hemorrhage. New Horizons 5(4): 367-372, 1997
- Brisman MH, Tuhrim S, Jenkins A, Bederson JB: Thyrocervical to Vertebral Artery Transposition and Ipsilateral Carotid Endarterectomy. Surg Neurol 51: 327-331, 1999
- Brisman MH, Das S, Post KD: Cystic Lesions of the Sellar/Suprasellar Region, in Kaufman H(cd.): Cerebrospinal Fluid Collections, AANS, 1998
- Brisman MH, Arginteanu M, Perin NI, Post KD: Neurosurgical Emergencies, in Bauer J (cd.): The Mount Sinai handbook of Surgery: A Case-Oriented Approach, New York, Williams and Wilkins, 1998
- Brisman MH, Prin NI, Post DK: Excision of Spinal Neurofibromas, In Kaye AH and Black PM(cds.): Operative Neurosurgery, Churchill Livingstone, 2000
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