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Dr. Leonard Cerullo, MD is a neurosurgery specialist in Chicago, IL and has been practicing for 44 years. He graduated from Jefferson Medical College Of Thomas Jefferson University in 1970 and specializes in neurosurgery.Read his story
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Dr. Cerullo's bio
This content was provided by Dr. Cerullo "Len Cerullo, M.D. has pioneered a personalized and holistic approach aimed at alleviating pain – with surgery as the last option.The Len Cerullo Method care plan features a holistic approach to managing pain, as a team of holistic healthcare practitioners assists patients to create and maintain healthy habits that support the wellbeing of mind, body, and spirit. At the Len Cerullo Method clinic, Dr. Cerullo and his team bring the eastern and western styles of medicine into one treatment plan: with the west encompassing more technologically-oriented with physical therapy, imaging, injections, and the east being more mind-over-body oriented with yoga, pilates, meditation, and acupuncture, offering patients all possible opportunities to recover and achieve long-term health goals. Dr. Cerullo is dedicated to improving patient mobility, reducing pain, and promoting optimal health and wellbeing."
This content was provided by Dr. Cerullo "I believe in treating the whole person, not just the disease. I think it is important to utilize the highest technology combined with the best communication, with the patient, the family, and the other treating physicians. Being available to the patient at all times and encouraging open and honest communication is essential. I believe that healing requires the spirit, as well as the body. If the patient is not part of the healing process, he or she becomes part of the disease."
Accredited by: American Board of Medical Specialties*