Dr. Saeed Bajwa, a talented and highly professional neurosurgeon based in New York, was in attendance at the annual North American Spine Society Meeting in Chicago, IL. At the event, which took place on October 14-18, Dr. Bajwa participated in multiple panel discussions involving cutting edge technology being developed in the near future for the purposes of diagnostics and treatment of spinal surgery.
The North American Spine Society Meeting is an event that gathers health care professionals from all over the world to share the latest news, innovative techniques, best practices, and new technologies within the industry. With a wide breadth of experience in neurology and neurosurgery, as well as his significant contributions to research in the past, Dr. Saeed Bajwa brought both value and expert insight to the meeting. In 2004, he developed a surgical implant from connectors with DePuy Synthes Spine, a subsidy of Johnson & Johnson. He also participated in artificial lumbar disk development by Pioneer Surgical Technology in 2008 and 2010. Today, Dr. Bajwa remains actively involved in many clinical research studies with academia and industry, such as the upcoming study by Pfizer Pharmaceutical in developing and testing a vaccine which will be used to prevent infections after surgery, and the prospective study with Medtronic for spinal fusion materials.
With almost 30 years of experience, Dr. Saeed Bajwa is Chairman at the Section of Neurosurgery at Lourdes Hospital in Binghamton, New York, and diplomat of the National Board of Medical Examiners. He also serves on the board of dozens of community services that are dedicated to providing patients with brain and spinal injury treatments. Dr. Bajwa has delivered more than 100 lectures on different topics of neurosurgery and neurology, and is the proud recipient of highest recognition awards from undergraduate students 11 times. Upon attending the North American Spine Society Meeting, Dr. Bajwa has earned certification in advanced training for the Endoscopic and Minimally Invasive Operation of the Lumbar and Thoracic Spine. As a professional neurosurgeon and respected lecturer, Dr. Bajwa has been involved in clinical research in CyberKnife, for the treatment of trigeminal neuralgia at United Health Services Hospitals. His involvement in the clinical comparison of endovascular coiling versus microsurgical clipping of cerebral aneurysm, as well as other research programs, have made him a highly sought-after medical professional in southern New York.
Dr. Saeed Bajwa is a renowned Binghamton-based neurosurgeon with over 30 years of experience in neurology and neurosurgery. A graduate of the Nishtar Medical College of the University of Punjab in Lahore, Pakistan, he has received numerous awards and honors, including the President’s Talent Scholarship for Academic Excellence in Secondary School, the Gold Medal for First Position in Preventative Medicine and Hygiene, and the honor of being named valedictorian of fourth year of his Medical School. As the first Vice President of the Medical Staff at United Health Services Hospitals, Dr. Bajwa acts as a valuable leader to his team. He has been praised numerous times for his continuous charity work, and is highly experienced to offer professional medical assistance to every patient who comes to his office.
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