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Why Choose Norelle Health?

Our goal is to give our patients the personalized experience and treatment they deserve.


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Neurosurgery may be necessary to treat a broad array of serious conditions affecting the brain and spine. Our brain and spinal surgeons have expertise in helping patients recover from physical trauma as well as acute and chronic disorders. We have a proven track record of providing lasting relief for people who are suffering from pain or postural issues due to injuries like cervical spinal cord compression or herniated discs, or because of conditions present from birth such as scoliosis. Some of our patients have had a failed back surgery in the past, for which we offer revision surgery to complete the originally attempted procedure and address any complications which have occurred. Our neurosurgeons can also perform brain surgery to alleviate serious neurological problems such as brain tumors or pressure on the brain.

Many serious brain and spine conditions can be difficult to diagnose, but we at Norelle have the training and experience to accurately identify the root issue and find the right treatment plan to give you an optimal outcome.

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Hydrocephalus occurs when there is an excess of fluid in the cavities (ventricles) inside of the brain. The fluid buildup...

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Spinal Tumors

Understanding the terms we are using when talking about spinal tumors is important. A tumor occurs when cells grow more...

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Trigeminal Neuralgia

Trigeminal Neuralgia (TN) is also known as tic douloureux. This has been sometimes described as the “most excruciating pain known...

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The spine normally stacks solidly one on top of the other held in place by ligaments, discs and bony facets....

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Bulging Discs

Discs are the cushion that acts as a shock absorber for the spine. Over time, and sometimes with injury or...

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Synovial Cystst

A synovial cyst is a rare and benign fluid filled sac that can cause spinal stenosis by creating a narrowing...

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Cauda Equina Syndrome

Cauda Equina Syndrome occurs when there is severe compression of the lumbar and sacral nerve roots in the lower back....

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Brachial Plexus Lesions

The brachial plexus is the combination of nerves in the lower neck that allows you to use and feel your...

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Cervical Spinal Cord Compression

The cervical spine extends from the skull base at the top of the cervical spine, to the chest cavity. These...

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CSF Leak Surgery

Cerebrospinal fluid also called CSF (spinal or brain fluid) is a clear liquid that surrounds the delicate structures of the...

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Aneurysm Repair

A brain aneurysm is an abnormal bulge in the wall of an artery in the brain. A brain aneurysm repairis surgery...

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Dr. Rakhna Araslanova

Rakhna Araslanova, MD is a fellowship-trained Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon with a comprehensive surgical background in Otolaryngology-Head and Neck...

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Dr. Moustafa Mourad

Moustafa Mourad, MD, FACS is double board-certified in Head and Neck Surgery and Facial Plastic Surgery and Reconstruction. He is...

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Dr. Garrett Bennett

Dr. Garrett H. Bennett, MD works exclusively on the nose including rhinoplasty, deviated septum surgery and sinus surgery. He is...

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The Right Care

Travel and location are a big part of the care process. We’re here where you need us.

Upper East Side

115 E 61st St
Suite 7C
New York, NY, 10065

Phone: 212-444-8006
Fax: 212-444-8016

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Patient Experiences

Dr. Mourad has been a lifesaver! I love how my nose turned out, big self confidence boost! Great bedside manner and overall a great doctor!
Not rushed. Spent time explaining issues. Staff very helpful
Dr. Mourad is a kind and caring doctor who doesnt make you feel rushed and explains in detail what the issue is. For me I had a deviated septum and...