I'm in this profession because I can see beautiful results from nerve paralysis surgery
Houston, TX (PRWEB) February 3, 2005
Dr. Rahul Nath, a reconstructive microsurgeon at the Texas Medical Center in Houston, Texas, announces the formation of the Texas Nerve and Paralysis Institute at 2424 Holcombe, Suite 204 in Houston.
Dr. Nath, who serves as the director of the Texas Nerve and Paralysis Institute, founded the Institute to offer surgeries to both children and adult patients who suffer from nerve injuries and unusual paralysis cases. Dr. Nath and his team specialize in treating brachial plexus injuries, winging scapula injuries, prostate nerve injuries, foot drop, facial paralysis and nerve tumors.
"I'm in this profession because I can see beautiful results from nerve paralysis surgery," said Dr. Nath. "In some cases of nerve compression, paralysis can be reversed overnight or in a few days."
Dr. Nath said that he and his team at the Texas Nerve and Paralysis Institute take pride in providing state of the art care for patients, including the use of a stand up MRI machine. They treat patients from all over the Unites States, as well as a high percentage of international patients. According to Texas Medical Center numbers, Dr. Nath performed more than 500 peripheral nerve injury surgeries in 2003. He is Board-certified by the American Board of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.
Dr. Nath has individual Web sites devoted to each area of nerve surgery in which he specializes. These areas and their respective Web sites are: brachial plexus injury (http://www.drnathbrachialplexus.com); winging scapula injury (http://www.drnathwingingscapula.com); nerve tumor surgery (http://www.drnathnervetumor.com); foot drop (http://www.drnathfootdrop.com) and impotence surgery (http://www.drnathimpotencesurgery.com).
Dr. Nath developed the current decompression surgery to correct winging scapula injuries, as well as several other surgical procedures to correct brachial plexus and prostate nerve injuries.
In January of 2004, Dr. Nath performed winging scapula surgery on South African swimmer and national record holder Eugene Botes. After not being able to raise his right arm above his head in December 2003, Botes finished third place in the 100-meter butterfly finals during the South African Swimming Team Olympic Trials on April 19, 2004, qualifying for the 2004 Summer Olympic Games in Athens.
Dr. Nath is a widely published author, as well as a member of the American Society for Peripheral Nerve, the American Association for the Advancement of Science and the Houston Neurological Society. He has been named one of "AmericaÂs Top Doctors" every year since 2001 and travels internationally to lecture and give instructional courses on nerve injury and management.
For more information about the Texas Nerve and Paralysis Institute, please contact Dr. Nath at 866-675-2200 or email@example.com.
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