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Meet Dr. Parham Yashar, the Ace Neurosurgeon behind ‘Yashar Neurosurgery’

Yashar Neurosurgery is a neurosurgical facility in southern California run by the well-known neurosurgeon Dr. Parham Yashar. The facility offers state-of-the-art minimally invasive surgical procedures, cutting-edge non-surgical treatments, the latest techniques, and a unique approach to treat the patients. 

Dr. Yashar is a well-known neurosurgeon in the Los Angeles, San Fernando, and Santa Clarita metropolitan areas. In the discipline of neurosurgery, his services are regarded as among the best. He is a double-board-certified neurologist with a wide range of specialties and surgical skills. 

Coming from a family that values education more than anything, Dr. Yashar grew up with the dream of pursuing medicine. His studies were always the first priority, and his interest in medicine strengthened when he began his studies at Van Nuys high school, a medical magnet program. 

It’s more than simply a visit to another surgeon when you visit Dr. Yashar at Yashar Neurosurgical in Los Angeles for any neurosurgery procedures. Dr. Yashar’s technical expertise in the spine, brain, and neuro-interventional treatments places him at the top of his profession in Los Angeles. Dr. Yashar tries to deliver the highest-quality care in a comfortable and professional atmosphere, so your experience with Yashar Neurosurgery goes beyond technical skill.

Dr. Yashar received his Doctorate of Medicine from Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine after graduating with a Summa Cum Laude from UCLA. Dr. Yashar then completed an internship in surgery at the Montefiore Medical Center of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine before returning to Los Angeles to complete his residency in Neurological Surgery at the LAC+USC Medical Center/Keck School of Medicine. Under the guidance of Dr. L. Nelson Hopkins, Dr. Elad I. Levy, and Dr. Adnan H. Siddiqui, Dr. Yashar completed a fellowship in Endovascular Neurosurgery at the internationally-recognized University at Buffalo, in New York State, and is Double Board-Certified in Neurological Surgery and CNS Endovascular Surgery.

In the pursuit of achieving his dream of becoming a surgeon and helping as many people, Dr. Yashar committed himself to offer better and more effective medical services. He left his esteemed practice in neurosurgery and continued his mission by opening his own clinic. He constantly put hard effort, perseverance, and dedication first in order to attain his objectives. Dr. Yashar is continuously learning from his experiences in order to stay current on the newest procedures, technologies, and treatments in order to offer the best possible care to his patients, as the profession of medicine demands.

In a perfect world, our bodies would be free of problems for the remainder of our lives. Medical problems, on the other hand, might be caused by age, accident, or illness. Fortunately, modern medical techniques by Dr. Yashar enable the patients to give life-changing pain relief and healthy life even after the acute treatments.

Everyone has the right to a pain-free existence. Dr. Parham Yashar’s innovative and pioneering non-surgical spine treatments, as well as his one-of-a-kind devotion to patient care, back up this view.

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