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IONM Sites and Blogs~

There are hardly any blogs on Neurophysiology, Neurosurgery and Neurology, especially on Intraoperative Neuromonitoring and Clinical Neurophysiology, there is none you will find on the net other than this Blog Neuromonitoring1 and NeuroMonitoring Companies Blog. But, I will try to hunt for any blogs that is directly or remotely related to this field.
I have some Doctors Blogs listed elsewhere in this site, yet to be reorganized and to be migrated to this Page!!!.
Under construction...............................!
Where to Read about certain surgical procedures:
1.ACDF/PCDF: Anterior/Posterior Cervical Decompression and Fusion
You Tube Video of Brain D.Rudin M.D
PLF/: Posterior Lumbar Fusion.

NeuroMonitoring Blogs and Sites
General & Ethical Aspects:
Blogs - - Revolution Health Juliano Medical Network Spinal Cord Surgery - Wellsphere
Pallimed: A Hospice & Palliative Medicine Blog

International Spine & Neuro Blogs:
Spinal and Neurosurgeries Blogs:
Spinal Cord Surgery at Stanford
Chiari: Too much Brain to Contain?
Dorsal column stimulators- Spinal cord Stimulators, Medtronic
Dosrsal Coulumn Stimulators- Boston Scientific
Indiana Spine Group Blog
Dr. Lloyd Hey's Blog. The Hey Clinic for Scoliosis and Spine Surgery
Diagnostics, Therapeutics & Surgery
Spinal Cord Injury Information Pages News Blog
Neck Pain:
Pain Management & NeuroMonitoring Blogs:
» Blog Archive
» Spinal Cord Stimulator Implant Surgery - video
Stem Cell & NeuroProtection, Neuromonitoring Blogs:
 Stem Cell Research Blog
Patient's Blogs:
A Spine Patient's Blog:
My Big Brain Blog:
Life with Chiari &Tethered Cord
Imaging and Diagnostic Tests:-

This section is to help you understand the different imaging and diagnostic options available to many practitioners today, and help you with some idea about what you need to look for when understanding your own images, scans and radiographs. There are many technologies available today which can assist chiropractors in locating and correcting the source of your discomfort. The scientific validity of these technologies is not in question.
Read More: http://www.upcspine.com/anatomy6.htm
NeuroScience/Neurology/Neurophysiology Blogs:
Neurophysiology UK.
British Society of Clinical Neurophysiology: The Society was established to promote and assist the science and practice of electroencephalography, clinical neurophysiology and allied subjects. It hold meetings three time a year in spring, summer and autumn, the last being the occasion for the Annual General Meeting. There may in addition be a "theme" meeting in the early summer. It is customary for the autumn meeting to be held in London.

Anesthesia Blogs, Anesthesia & NeuroMonitoring Blogs:
Open Anesthesia.org
This page is designed to be a multimodal educational toolkit for medical students, residents, and practitioners, with different pages targeted to different audiences. The content on this site is freely available to all. It is our hope that, as the site matures, increasing numbers of users will contribute new content or critique existing content, so that eventually the site will be completely self sufficient. If you have any suggestions, please email us at webmaster at openanesthesia dot org. 

Vascular/Cardiac/Tumor Surgeries & NeuroMonitoring:

Hands, Legs, Shoulder/Knee and Foot Surgeries: NeuroMonitoring:

Digital Neuro Sites: 
Nature magazines: NeuroPod

Kerri Smith presents this month's NeuroPod, listen to the discussion on brain waves?
NeuroPod:- NeuroPod is the neuroscience podcast from Nature, produced in association with the Dana Foundation. Each month, join us as we delve into the latest research on the brain, from its molecular makings to the mysteries of the mind. We'll also be bringing you the latest news from neuroscience conferences around the globe, along with special reports on hot areas in neuroscience.

For complete access to the original papers featured in NeuroPod, subscribe to Nature, Nature Neuroscience, and Nature Reviews Neuroscience.
Clinical Neuroscience used to be course work few years ago, but now things have changed, there is masters degree in clinical neuroscience.
AICN is offering masters in clinical neuroscience (M.C.N), this is an interesting progress in the field of neuroscience teaching and creating applied subjects. These graduates eventually can be trained  as well for the future demands in neuromonitoring, or they will be better suited than the general science graduates. Ofcourse the neuroscience graduates got the most extensive knowledge who will not any problem in learning or practicing neuromonitoring in surgical procedures.
Some of his posts deal with anatomy, the muscle groups he describes are interesting with some good pictures and illustration, a good blog.
Neurosurgery, Neurology and Orthopedic Surgery Blogs:-
Neurosurgery on Call
Anatomy, Physiology & Vascular NeuroBiology
This site has some good illustrations (McGraw-hills Co Inc)  of blood supply to brain and spine structures.
Blogs and Sites Outside USA
Brain and Spine Foundation, UK
National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery
UCL: Institute of Neurology

Head of Department: Professor Masud Husain

The Department of Brain Repair and Rehabilitation aims to understand mechanisms underlying neurological diseases and develop new treatments for patients with neurological conditions.