Ramin Javahery, M.D., FAANS

USC-trained Board Certified Pediatric and Adult Neurosurgeon serving all Southern California. Chief of Pediatric Neurosurgery at Miller Children's Hospital.

Dr. Ramin Javahery is a board certified neurosurgeon. His education began at UCLA where he graduated Magna Cum Laude with a degree in English Literature. During his undergraduate years, Dr. Javahery also engaged in research in the field of molecular biology, publishing and presenting on theories in gene transcription. He then went on to medical school at USC and became editor in chief of the USC Journal of Medicine. Today he is the Chief of Adult and Pediatric Neurosurgery at Miller Children’s Hospital, where he practices both adult and pediatric neurosurgery, as well as spine Surgery.
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How a Doctor's Appointment Mix-Up Changed the Perspective of a Terminally Ill Patient

by Ramin Javahery, M.D., FAANS

Is Some Back Pain Really Caused by Stress?

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