NSPC Spine & Brain Surgery
Long Island, NY Clinical Neuro-Oncologist Executive Board Member American Cancer Society
Dr. Grewal (NSPC Brain and Spine Surgery, Rockville Center, NY) is a board certified neuro-oncologist who completed his neuro-oncology fellowship at the MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas. Following medical school, he completed an internal medicine internship at Griffin Hospital in Connecticut, which is affiliated with Yale University. He then finished a neurology residency at the University of Texas, Southwestern. His clinical practice includes management of patients with primary and metastatic tumors of the brain and spine. He received The Robert Bernstein Humanitarian Award as well as is one of the Castle Connolly Top Doctors. Dr. Grewal has an interest in utilizing multi-modality treatment options, including surgical options, limited-field radiotherapy, stereotactic radiosurgery, as well as standard and experimental chemotherapy. In addition to the treatment of tumors, he has an interest in developing strategies to preserve quality of life.
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