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Neurosurgeon in Thomasville, Georgia (GA)

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Gerald N. Kadis MD

Neurosurgeon

Location

  • South Georgia Neurological Institute, PC
    704 South Broad Street
    Thomasville, Georgia, 31792
    United States
    Phone: 229-226-8880

About Our Practice

Dr. Gerald Kadis graduated from the University of Rochester Medical School in 1971 and completed his residency at the New York Neurological Institute of Columbia, Presbyterian Medical Center in 1979 where he served as Chief Resident in Neurological Surgery. Board certified by the American Board of Neurological Surgery, he is also a Fellow of American College of Surgeons. A member of the Georgia Neurosurgical Society, the American Association of Neurological Surgery, the Tri-Area Medical Society Congress of Neurological Surgeons and the Southern Neurosurgical Society, Dr. Kadis was awarded the Army Commendation medal with honorable discharge in 1975 after serving as chief of professional Services in U.S. Macthai, Thailand. Dr. Kadis moved to Thomasville and founded the Institute in 1979 bringing over 16 years of clinical experience to the practice. Gerald N. Kadis, MD and Craig A. Fredericks, MD bring over 25 years of combined clinical experience in neurosurgery to the Institute. Patients suffering from chronic neck and back pain, herniated lumbar disc, spinal stenosis, trauma, carpal tunnel syndrome, intracerebral pathology and extracranial vascular problems may be assessed for surgical or nonsurgical treatment. The physicians' practice philosophy involves the serious consideration of non-surgical modalities of treatment as well as high quality surgery, if indicated.

Insurance Accepted
Specialties
  • Neurosurgeon
Certifications
  • Board Certified
Area of Focus
  • Trauma
Associations
  • AANS-CNS Section on Disorders of the Spine
  • American Association of Neurological Surgeons
  • Congress of Neurological Surgeons
Hospital Affiliations
  • John D Archbold Memorial Hospital
  • Colquitt Regional Medical Center
Languages spoken at this practice
 
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