Bethwel Raore, MD
Medical School: Creighton University
Internship: Emory University
Residency: Neurological Surgery - Emory University
- Skull Base and Cerebrovascular Neurosurgery - Arkansas Neuroscience Institute, Little Rock
- Research Fellowship, Spinal Cord Therapeutics Delivery
About Dr. Raore
Dr. Raore is a neurosurgeon at Neurosurgery & Spine Associates at Gwinnett Medical Center with expertise in neurosurgical oncology, brain and spine trauma and complex spine surgery. He completed a research fellowship in spinal cord therapeutics delivery, leading to an FDA approval for the first U.S. study of intraspinal stem cell transplantation in Lou Gehrig’s disease. He has published numerous articles in various disciplines within Neuroscience. He was an assistant professor at the Clinical Neuroscience Institute for Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio. Dr. Raore has been inducted to the Gold Humanism Honor Society for demonstrated excellence in clinical care, leadership, compassion and dedication to service.
Dr. Raore views his patients as an extension of his own family and treats them as such. He is passionate about providing care and stays involved in international medical missionsHe enjoys spending time with his family and participating in team sports.
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