While specializing in treating disorders of the spine, he also
treats patients suffering from compressive peripheral nerve
problems such as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and ulnar nerve
entrapment at the elbow.
He obtained his B.A. degree in Human Biology from Johns
Hopkins University in 1976. He was elected to the Phi Beta
Kappa Society, the oldest undergraduate honors organization
in the United States. Members are elected on the basis of
their outstanding academic records and represent the top 10
percent of eligible students.
He acquired his medical degree from the Johns Hopkins
University School of Medicine in 1979. He was elected
to the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society. These
medical students are chosen for their high academic standing,
leadership, professionalism, ethics and commitment to service.
He performed his internship in General Surgery at U.T.
Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas/Parkland Hospital in
Dallas, Texas in 1980.
In 1985, Dr. Rosenstein completed his residency and formal
training in Neurological Surgery at U.T. Southwestern Medical
Center/Parkland Hospital in Dallas, Texas. During his tenure
he served as Chief Resident of Neurological Surgery. He
undertook his Fellowship Training in Neurological Surgery
at the Institute of Neurology, Gough-Cooper Department of
Neurological Surgery at the National Hospital for Nervous
Diseases, London, England.
Dr. Rosensteinís knowledge, skill and resources enable him to
treat an array of conditions ranging from simple sprains to
complex spine disorders. He offers a wide variety of treatment
options, both non surgical and surgical.