Professor of Neurological Surgery and Radiology
Clinical Co-director, Neuroendovascular Services, NYPH
Director, Neurointerventional Services, Valley Hospital, Ridgewood, NJ
710 West 168 Street, New York, NY 10032
Dr. Sean D. Lavine dedicates his practice exclusively to diseases associated with the cerebrovascular system and to those diseases treated with endovascular neurosurgical and interventional neuroradiological procedures. He was among the first surgeons in the country to complete training in these procedures after completing neurosurgical training. He serves as a Clinical Co-director of Neuroendovascular Services at the Columbia University Medical Center/NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, and the Director of Neurointerventional Services at the Valley Hospital in Ridgewood, New Jersey.
Together with Drs. Robert Solomon, E. Sander Connolly, Philip Meyers, and Grace Mandigo, Dr. Lavine and the department offer comprehensive care of cerebrovascular and related diseases. Additionally, Dr. Lavine collaborates with all other members of the Department of Neurosurgery and many other specialties that recommend the use of minimally invasive endovascular and percutaneous procedures to the benefit of patients with a wide variety of conditions.
Articles featuring Dr. Lavine
“The Making of a Neurosurgeon: Dr. Sean Lavine”
“Tom Mahala: Hitting It out of the Park”
“There Was Something About That Man”
“Michael Walker Was at the Right Place at the Right Time”
“Get This Thing out of My Head!”
“Eight Years Ago I Got the Worst Headache of My Life”
“Another AVM Bites the Dust and It Changes Everything”
“Musician Rob Morsberger Pays Tribute to Dr. McKhann and Dr. Lavine”
“Neurosurgeons Dr. Solomon and Dr. Lavine Treat Musician With AVM”
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