Peter D. Angevine Copy

May. 14, 2019

Dr. Angevine see patients and operates at the NewYork-Presbyterian Daniel and Jane Och Spine Hospital. He has received specialized fellowship training in the evaluation and treatment of pediatric and adult spinal deformities. Dr. Angevine’s unusual training reflects his belief that a surgeon with the most comprehensive training is best able to treat spinal disorders effectively. After completing his residency in neurological surgery at The Neurological Institute of New York, part of Columbia University Irvine Medical Center, Dr. Angevine became the first … Continue reading Peter D. Angevine Copy

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Patrick C. Reid

Aug. 9, 2018

Dr. Patrick Reid received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Wesleyan University with a double major in both Math and Molecular Biology. He subsequently received a Master’s degree in Physiology at Georgetown University before earning his medical degree from New Jersey Medical School at Rutgers University.  He completed his neurosurgical residency at the University of Southern California, during which time he completed a dedicated year of enfolded spine fellowship training with orthopedic surgeons at the Hospital for Special Surgery. Upon … Continue reading Patrick C. Reid

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Neil A. Feldstein

Jun. 22, 2016

Dr. Feldstein has been the Director of the Division of Pediatric Neurological Surgery since his arrival in 1994.  Under his directorship, the division has grown to cover all aspects of pediatric neurological surgery.  He is also the Director of the Adult and Pediatric Chiari Malformation Center at Columbia Neurosurgery. Among his interests and expertise is a national reputation in the management of pediatric and adult Chiari malformations and spinal dysraphism. He has an active practice in such subspecialty areas as brain and spinal cord … Continue reading Neil A. Feldstein

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Donald O. Quest

Mar. 30, 2016

PLEASE NOTE:  Dr. Quest is no longer seeing patients. Dr. Quest began his career in general neurosurgery in 1976 upon completion of his residency at the Neurological Institute of New York, Columbia University. His interests evolved into specialization in carotid artery surgery and cervical and lumbar spine disease. Over the years, Dr. Quest has become involved in the national neurosurgical organizations and has held a number of leadership positions. Through his interests in neurosurgical training and practitioner quality, he was … Continue reading Donald O. Quest

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