Roger H. Frankel, M.D. has been named a 2022 Top Neurological Surgeon by Georgia Trend magazine.
Atlanta, Georgia – Dr. Roger H. Frankel has been named by Georgia Trend to its list of 2022 Top Doctors in the category of Neurological Surgery. Dr. Frankel is a Board Certified neurosurgeon practicing at Atlanta Brain and Spine Care. This is the third consecutive year Dr. Frankel has been include on the list.
Georgia Trend is a publication highlighting Georgia business, politics, and economic development. The magazine partners with DataJoe Research to honor outstanding physicians from across the state representing 56 medical specialties. The selection process includes peer voting and a review of government sources. Nominated physicians hold a current, active license status with the state regulatory board.
Dr. Frankel, a past president of the Georgia Neurosurgical Society, is the president of Atlanta Brain and Spine Care. He has been a pioneer in clinical research on spinal implants at Piedmont Hospital and has been involved at the Shepherd Center in clinical research for treatments of spinal cord injury. Dr. Frankel is an expert in the diagnosis and treatment of degenerative and injury-related spinal disorders with either minimally invasive or standard procedures as appropriate.
Atlanta Brain and Spine Care is Atlanta’s leading neurosurgery practice specializing in the treatment of herniated discs, spinal tumors, spinal stenosis, and other injuries and disorders of the spine. The seven Board Certified neurosurgeons in the practice provide compassionate patient care at seven metro Atlanta locations.
For more information about Atlanta Brain and Spine Care, call 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 seven convenient metro Atlanta locations to meet the travel and recovery needs of patients.