Atlanta Brain and Spine Care welcomes Mena G. Kerolus, M.D. to the practice.
Atlanta Brain and Spine Care welcomes the addition of a new surgeon to the practice. Dr. Mena G. Kerolus is a dual fellowship trained physician in both neurological and orthopedic spine surgery. Dr. Kerolus will provide specialized care for adults and children with scoliosis and spinal deformities. Having been trained in neurosurgery and orthopedic spine surgery, he is able to individualize surgery treatment options for his patients.
Dr. Kerolus also treats patients with cervical spine disorders including disc herniation and cervical stenosis. He has additional expertise in cervical motion preservation surgery including cervical disc arthroplasty. Dr. Kerolus’ research interests include minimally invasive spine techniques and robotic spine surgery. His passion is to help patients with spinal conditions return to enjoying life as safely as possible.
Professional affiliations for Dr. Kerolus include membership in the American Association of Neurological Surgeons, Georgia Neurological Society, and North American Spine Society, where he was recently elected to serve on the National Coding Committee and Young Surgeon Committee. Dr. Kerolus’ personal interests include swimming, hiking, tennis, and spending time with his wife and daughter.
Atlanta Brain and Spine Care is Atlanta’s leading neurosurgery practice specializing in the treatment of herniated discs, degenerative disc disease, spinal tumors, spinal stenosis, and other injuries and disorders of the spine. Convenient metro Atlanta locations are located in Atlanta/Buckhead, Fayetteville, Newnan, Stockbridge, Woodstock, and Vinings. To make an appointment with one of our neurosurgeons, contact us at 404-350-0106 or visit https://www.atlantabrainandspine.com/.
About Atlanta Brain and Spine Care
Atlanta Brain and Spine Care has been treating spinal disorders and injuries since 2003. They offer patients access to some of the world’s most advanced surgical treatments and procedures. There are six convenient locations to meet the travel and recovery needs of patients.