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Many of our patients would like to know their surgeons better as individuals. In this intimate chat, Dr. Joseffer talks about the things that have influenced and moved him.
I’m Dr Seth Joseffer, a neurosurgeon at Princeton Brain and Spine and Chief of Neurosurgery at the University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro. I have now been in practice for over 10 years. I went to medical school and did my neurosurgical residency training at New York University (NYU). I practice general neurosurgery with a focus on brain tumors and micro-neurosurgery. I also have extensive experience in neurosurgical spine surgery. I’m proud to be a part of this team of talented doctors and caregivers and welcome you to our practice. While my busy schedule has probably put my marathon running and mountain climbing days behind me, keeping active is very important to me. Whether it be working with an athlete to come up with a plan that will address their spine problems and get them back to the sports they love or working with elderly patients to maintain their mobility and quality of life, I enjoy helping people to stay as active as possible.
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