Mr. Dan Plev

MD FANCH

Mr Dan Plev is a Consultant Spinal Neurosurgeon and has considerable experience in diagnosing and treating spinal disorders. His areas of expertise include degenerative and osteoporotic conditions of the entire spine, spinal tumors, spinal fractures and infections with special emphasis on endoscopic and minimally invasive surgery.

Career to Date

“After graduating from Mainz University, I trained in Phoenix, Arizona (USA) before completing my neurosurgical training in Munich, Germany. I was awarded an MD for my experimental work in the field of immunohistology, using proliferation markers in gliomas and meningiomas. During my training in Germany, I gained considerable experience in treating spinal disorders, ranging from degenerative conditions to tumors.

I began my private practice in London after being awarded a prestigious fellowship with the London Spine Clinic, where I greatly increased my exposure and experience in treating complex spinal conditions. Working in a team environment also helped me develop a holistic approach to patients, utilising the least invasive therapeutic measures whenever possible and minimally invasive surgical techniques when surgery was the only option to improve a patient’s condition.”

Mr Plev is a member of the North American Spine Society and is involved in several research projects. He specialises in spinal assessment, treatment and surgery; including surgical and non-surgical treatment of degenerative spinal conditions, and surgical and non-surgical treatment of osteoporotic conditions.

Thank you so much for all you have done recently for me. You really apply the logic 100% and in doing so you always identify the best solution. - Giancarlo

March 28, 2017

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