Instituto Neurológico de Colombia Partners with CAOH for 9th Conference
Nonprofit neurology and neurosurgery hospital, Instituto Neurológico de Colombia has signed on for CAOH’s 9th Annual Conference. Speaking on behalf of CAOH, Chairperson, Marisa Nimrod expressed her appreciation for Instituto Neurológico de Colombia’s partnership, particularly as a local hospital.
“CAOH is very pleased to have Instituto Neurológico de Colombia on board for this years’ Conference. Our desire is to enhance cancer care in the region and we see them as vital to that cause.” Said Nimrod. “We look forward to their support and expertise as we continue to build partnerships in cancer care.
Instituto Neurológico de Colombia will be represented by Dr. Esteban Jaramillo Jimenez who will present on: “Stereotactic Radiosurgery for Posterior Uveal Melanoma: Experiences in a Colombian Institution”.
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Instituto Neurológico de Colombia is a nonprofit foundation, which is dedicated to the provision of health integral services in neurology and neurosurgery. They have more than 40 years serving the community, that provides them solidity in their scientific work and allows them to transmit full confidence when providing assistance services. Their activities are focused on promotion and prevention, diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation, investigation, and teaching, along with all different neurological and neurosurgical diseases. Their professionals are highly qualified and they have the most advanced technology, in order to provide comprehensive care to their patients with high-quality standards. Instituto Neurológico de Colombia also offers specialized services in integral neurology, both ambulatory and at their hospital.
Instituto Neurológico de Colombia services
- Physical and rehabilitation medicine
- Physical therapy
- Occupational Therapy
- Language Therapy
- Pain and palliative care Unit
- Robotic Radiosurgery Cyberknife: For the treatment of cancer and tumors
- Neuro- oncology
- Movement Disorders
- Spinal Cord and Spinal Surgery
- Encephalocranial Trauma
- Pain relief
We treat brain tumors, which are considered inoperable due to their localization or the general condition of the patient. We also treat benign tumors and other disorders like Trigeminal Neuralgia and Arteriovenous Malformation (AVM).
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- Head and neck tumors
- Spinal tumors
- Lung tumors
- Pancreas tumors
- Liver tumors
- Kidney tumors
- Recurrent tumors, which require a second radiation
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