Joe Sam Robinson, Jr., MD
Featured Speaker at 9th Annual Dementia Conference
MACON, October 1 – Georgia Neurosurgical Institute, with practice locations in Macon, Warner Robins, Dublin, Milledgeville, Griffin, and Locust Grove, announced today the recent participation of GNI Neurosurgeon Joe Sam Robinson, Jr., MD at the 9th Annual Conference on Dementia and Dementia Care.
Dr. Robinson, President of GNI and Chief of Neurosurgery at Mercer University School of Medicine, served as a keynote speaker of this conference which was recently held in London, England. In his lecture, Dr. Robinson presented research on the role of Cervical Stenosis-Induced Chronic CSF (Cerebrospinal Fluid) Flow Obstruction as a contributing cause of dementia. The findings suggest that cervical stenosis can significantly compromise CSF circulation leading to potential damage of the neural tissue. Additionally, this restriction may contribute to the development of sleep apnea which leads to other health concerns. Dr. Robinson concluded with a statement that the development of technology to monitor the flow of CSF on a 24-hour basis for patients at risk would be very beneficial.
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