Wissam Asfahani, MD, a board-certified neurosurgeon is the most recent addition to the NeurosurgeryOne team. Dr. Asfahani will see patients in our newly opened Parker office, located in the medical office building adjoining Parker Adventist Hospital. A fellowship-trained neurosurgeon who treats both spine disorders and brain disorders joins us from Sioux Falls, South Dakota, where he served at a regional trauma center. Dr. Asfahani has 12 years of experience treating a wide range of back, neck, and brain disorders. He specializes in minimally invasive surgery and Gamma Knife radiosurgery for brain tumors.
Jason E. McGowan, MD, a board-eligible neurosurgeon who specializes in minimally invasive spine surgery, recently joined Denver’s most comprehensive neurosurgical practice. NeurosurgeryOne is honored to have Dr. McGowan seeing patients at its Lakewood office on the campus of St. Anthony Hospital, 11750 W. Second Place, Suite 255, and its Arvada clinic at 16280 W. 64th Avenue.
Dr. McGowan completed a fellowship in complex spinal deformity at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, with advanced training in scoliosis surgery and spinal reconstruction. He uses the latest surgical techniques, including 360-degree “Circumferential” spinal surgery, to shorten hospital stays and reduce recovery time for his patients. He treats a wide range of spinal conditions, including degenerative disc disease, complex spinal deformity, scoliosis, spinal trauma, and neurotrauma. Dr. McGowan also is trained to treat all types of brain tumors.
NeurosurgeryOne is pleased to welcome Andrew Romeo, MD, to Denver’s most comprehensive neurosurgical practice. The fellowship-trained stereotactic and functional neurosurgeon brings with him eight years of experience treating epilepsy, movement disorders, brain tumors and spinal disorders both surgically and noninvasively. He is now seeing patients at our clinics in Littleton and Lone Tree.
“I am excited to work alongside such a dynamic multidisciplinary team to provide the most up-to-date and high-quality care for neurosurgical patients in the region,” Dr. Romeo says.
Specializing in the treatment of epilepsy with minimally invasive surgery, Dr. Romeo provides his patients with shorter recovery times and smaller scars than they would get with open surgery. He also uses the latest surgical techniques, including deep brain stimulation, in the treatment of movement disorders, such as Parkinson’s disease, dystonia and essential tremor.
As Denver’s most comprehensive neurosurgical practice, NeurosurgeryOne would like to welcome Denver neurosurgeon Angela M. Bohnen, MD. Dr. Bohnen will be seeing patients at our Littleton and Lone Tree offices. The fellowship-trained neurosurgeon brings with her eight years of experience treating primary, metastatic and skull base brain tumors, as well as spine disorders.
Dr. Bohnen completed her neurosurgical residency at Northwestern University in Chicago and a fellowship in neuro-oncology at the prestigious Mayo Clinic, where she studied under internationally renowned mentor Alfredo Quinones-Hinojosa, MD. Her advanced training allows her to perform minimally invasive brain and spine surgery as well as awake craniotomies with brain mapping to remove cancerous lesions from functional parts of the brain. She treats a wide array of neurological disorders, including pituitary tumors, meningiomas, spinal cord tumors, herniated discs, and cervical and lumbar stenosis.