Dr. Francis Farhadi's Care Philosophy

Author: Ohio State Wexner Medical Center

My name's Francis Farhadi and I'm a surgeon scientist in the Department of Neurological Surgery. And I I work at the OSU Comprehensive Spine Center. I specialize in treating patients that have spinal cord and peripheral nerve related problems, both traumatic and degenerative in nature. My initial interest actually stems from a basic science background.

My first job was actually in a research lab as a as an assistant. And my interest was peaked in spinal spinal cord and and nerve regeneration really from from the beginning. This eventually tied into an interest in neurosurgery and the natural follow through with that was an interest in spinal neurosurgery and peripheral neurosurgery. My care philosophy primarily involves treating patients as I would like to be treated or I'd like to have a loved one treated. This is especially important in a surgeon's practice where sometimes treatment options are not as clear-cut and can vary from conservative or non operative management measures to complex spine surgeries.

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