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Dr. Schopick joined the practice in 2005. He lectures locally and nationally on new techniques in spinal access and instrumentation. He performs general neurosurgery with a special interest in spine surgery, brain tumor surgery, cerebrovascular surgery, and peripheral nerve surgery.
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Dr. Schopick Says:
Thank you for providing feedback or reviewing my profile. My goal is to provide expert and compassionate care to everyone who seeks my advice. The feedback has been very enlightening and has helped me to become a better physician.
Although I am primarily a surgeon, the vast majority of patients that I see do not need surgery - there are a lot of complex factors that determine whether such an...