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TOPIC: “Chiari Malformation in EDS”

PRESENTER: Dr. Holly Gilmer

 

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About our speaker:

⦁   Dr. Gilmer is a pediatric neurosurgeon at the Michigan Head & Spine Institute and Chief of Pediatric Neurosurgery at Beaumont Hospitals in the Detroit area.

⦁   She is an Associate Professor of Neurosurgery at Oakland University, William Beaumont School of Medicine in Rochester, MI.

⦁   Dr. Gilmer specializes in adult and pediatric Chiari malformation decompression and peripheral nerve surgery.

⦁   She also has special interest in hydrocephalus, tethered cord, neuro-oncology, and craniofacial reconstruction.

⦁  She has certifications in Neurological Surgery and Pediatric Neurological Surgery.

⦁  She received the HOUR Detroit Top Doctors award from 2004 – 2014.

 

Memberships
American Society for Pediatric Neurosurgery
Peripheral Nerve Task Force (AANS/CNS)
American Medical Association
Michigan State Medical Society
Wayne State Medical Society
National Medical Association
American Association of Neurological Surgeons,  Board of Directors
Society for Neuro-Oncology
Congress of Neurological Surgeons
Women in Neurosurgery
Detroit Medical Society
Hydrocephalus Association
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Education
MD: University of Michigan Medical School
Fellowships: Peripheral Nerve Surgery at the Louisiana State University Medical Center, New Orleans
Pediatric Neurosurgery at Children’s Hospital of Michigan
Residency: Neurological Surgery at the University of California, Davis Medical Center
Internship: General Surgery at University of California, Davis Medical Center
AB: Cum laude, Harvard University

 

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  • Melissa Lane

    I am a 36 years old Chiari patient with EDS. Through my visits to different neurosurgeons, I have realized some sergeons significantly change their surgical approach to prevent the brain from falling into the space created by the decompression, while others do nothing different. What surgical approach do you take with EDS patients? If you change your approach, could you give an overview of how you approach an EDS Chiari decompression please.
    Thank you,
    Melissa Lane

    • Sarah Williams

      Melissa,
      I called Dr. Gilmer’s office last week because I think I might have EDS (not diagnosed, just lots of symptoms) and am scheduled for decompression surgery on Apr 4. Her nurse Wendy told me her approach is exactly the same – for EDS and regular patients. I am curious if you get a different answer on this website.

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