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Healthcare Directory—Andrew M. Wensel MD

Last directory upload November-06-2018

Andrew M. Wensel MD

 
Andrew M. Wensel MD

Specialties:
Neurological Surgery

Medical School / Professional School:
Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine

Certifications:
American Board of Neurological Surgery (ABNS)

Dr. Wensel specializes in spine surgery (including trauma, minimally invasive techniques for degenerative disease and tumor), functional neurosurgery (deep brain stimulation for Parkinson's disease and tremor), brachial plexus surgery and has an active general neurosurgery practice. Dr. Wensel earned his MD in Cleveland at Case Western Reserve University. During his residency at the University of Rochester, he selected a focus in skull base surgery, complex spine, and deep brain stimulation. He is a member of several professional organizations (including the American Association of Neurological Surgeons and the Congress of Neurological Surgeons) and is published on topics including treatment of aneurysms, as well as neurocritical care of intracerebral hemorrhage and stroke. Dr. Andrew M. Wensel joined the University of Rochester Medical Center faculty in 2009 and serves as an Assistant Professor of Neurosurgery to provide comprehensive neurosurgical care. As a native of Rochester, Dr. Wensel returned after earning his MD in Cleveland at Case Western Reserve University. During his residency he selected a focus in skull base surgery, complex spine, and deep brain stimulation. Dr. Wensel is board-eligible in the United States. He is a member of several professional organizations (including the American Association of Neurological Surgeons and the Congress of Neurological Surgeons) and is published on topics including treatment of aneurysms, as well as neurocritical care of intracerebral hemorrhage and stroke. Dr. Wensel specializes in spine surgery (including trauma, minimally invasive techniques for degenerative disease and tumor), functional neurosurgery (deep brain stimulation for Parkinson's disease and tremor) and has an active general neurosurgery practice.


Location(s)

University of Rochester Neurosurgery Group

1445 Portland Avenue Suite 301
Rochester New York 14621
Monroe County
Phone: 585-342-7783
Fax:      585-338-9828

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University of Rochester Neurosurgery Group

111 Clara Barton Street Suite 163A
Dansville New York 14437
Livingston County
Phone: 607-301-4141
Fax:      607-301-4140

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University of Rochester Neurosurgery Group

229 Summit Street Suite 8
Batavia New York 14020
Genesee County
Phone: 585-467-1643
Fax:      585-342-4648

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