Dr. Brad McCollom is a board-certified Trauma Neurosurgeon who specializes in neck and low back treatments including microsurgical techniques as well as laser, and minimally invasive. He spent four years in medical school at Western University of the Health Sciences, completed his internship at Consortium Hospital in Michigan, and then completed years of neurosurgery residency at Long Island Jewish Medical Center and Consortium Hospital. Dr. McCollom is also board certified by the American Osteopathic Board of Surgery-Neurological.
Dr. McCollom develops the ideal treatment plan with his patients, which may or may not include surgery. Treating conditions with a variety of non-surgical treatments first- such as physical therapy and anti-inflammatory medications, he takes into consideration the best interest of his patients. In the case that surgical intervention is necessary, Dr. McCollom is prepared to provide the highest quality of care.
- Western University – Pomona, CA Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (1997)
- Jamestown College – Jamestown, ND Bachelor of Arts – Biology (1993)
- Michigan State University – General Neurosurgery East Lansing, Michigan (August 1999 – August 2003)
- Long Island Jewish Hospital – General Neurosurgery New York City, New York (July 1998 – June 1999)