Dr. AmirNovin has written several book chapters, numerous articles for peer-reviewed publications, and performed cutting-edge research on brain tumors, movement disorders, pain syndromes, and epilepsy.
Dr. AmirNovin started his independent practice at Harvard's Massachusetts General Hospital where he practiced complex general neurosurgery before moving back to the West coast to be near his family in 2007. As a board certified, fellowship trained neurosurgeon, he has extensive experience in the treatment of complex spine problems, spine tumors, brain tumors, cranial-spinal trauma, stroke, movement disorders, complex pain syndromes, Parkinson’s, and peripheral nerve diseases.
Dr. AmirNovin believes that the most important service he provides his patients is a “no-hype, no-gimmick, no-pressure approach to Neurosurgery”. This is one of the major reasons he joined Inland Neurosurgery Institute (INI), where the other physicians share a similar approach to Neurosurgery. He is highly regarded by his patients and the local physicians for doing the least invasive surgery necessary to restore the patient’s health and functional status. He is known for taking the time to explain the disease process to the patient and explaining all of the risks and benefits of their various options for them. He uses the latest surgical techniques combined with his conservative teaching to provide his patients with the best possible outcomes. His patient-centered approach to Neurological Surgery has gained him numerous clinical recognitions based on patient reviews. He is rated as a “Rising Star” by SuperDoctors.com given the recognition of his care by colleagues.
In his free time, Dr. AmirNovin (“Dr. A”) enjoys spending time with his family, skiing, and dabbling in digital photography.