Southern California neurosurgeon Dr. Burak Ozgur has been named to the Super Doctors list for 2015. He has been bestowed the prestigious award for three years in a row based on peer recognition and professional achievements.
“It is incredibly humbling to be recognized by my fellow surgeons and physicians with this prestigious award. This award not only highlights my practice and commitment, but also those who are part of my team, and who have worked closely with me to improve the quality of life of many people through minimally invasive spine treatment and care,” said leading US neurosurgeon Dr. Ozgur.
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According to the Super Doctors Award website, only five percent of practicing doctors receive the award annually. The selection is made based on strict criteria and key indicators, which include:

    • •Years of experience
    • •Hospital appointments
    • •Fellowships
    • •Professional activities
    • •Leadership positions
    • •Academic achievements/positions
    • •Board certifications
    • •Publications, lectures & presentations
    • •Honors and awards
    • •Other outstanding achievement

As a Double Board Certified, Fellowship Trained neurosurgeon in Southern California, Dr. Ozgur is highly qualified and an expert in minimally invasive neurosurgery. He is one of the founders of ONE® Brain and Spine Center® and he is affiliated with Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian located in Newport Beach, California. Dr. Ozgur is also an accomplished triathlete and has joined in numerous local, national and international competitions.
Dr. Ozgur specializes in cutting-edge minimally invasive spine treatments for patients suffering from a wide range of debilitating spine injuries and conditions, such as degenerative arthritis, spinal stenosis, chronic back pain, herniated disc and more in Irvine, Newport Beach and Los Angeles.
Minimally invasive spine surgery is delivered using endoscopes, laser techniques and computer-guided imaging. Some of the advantages of minimally invasive spine surgery are:

    • •Smaller incisions, smaller scars
    • •Less tissue dissection
    • •Less damage to surrounding muscles and tissues
    • •Less blood loss,
    • •Quicker healing/faster recovery
    • •Shorter hospital stay, and less pain
    • •Quicker return to daily activities

Minimally invasive spine surgery is not always appropriate for every patient. To know if you are a right candidate for minimally invasive spine surgery, contact Dr. Ozgur at (949) 383-4190. You can also visit /.