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    Dr. Shimon Rochkind

    Benign peripheral nerve sheath tumors · Discectomy

    Herzliya Medical Center

    Tel Aviv District, Israel


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    Dr. Shimon Rochkind is a neurosurgeon at Herzliya Medical Center. After graduating from medical school, he did further training and became a neurosurgery specialist in 1989. He completed his Fellowship in Pediatric Neurosurgery from The Hospital for Sick Children in Canada from 1991-1992. He also did another Fellowship from Groote Schuur Hospital, Cape Town. From 2003 to 2014, he was a senior lecturer at Tel Aviv University. He then became the Director of the Division of Peripheral Nerve Reconstruction at Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center in 2014. Dr. Shimon Rochkind is an excellent neurosurgeon with a clinical interest in Benign peripheral nerve sheath tumors and a surgical procedure called Discectomy. His other areas of expertise include Peripheral Nerve diseases, Painful Neuroma, Reconstruction of the brachial plexus and Removal of Benign Neural Tumors. Dr. Shimon Rochkind has more than 67 medical Articles and Publications to his name. He has also contributed his knowledge in 29 book chapters. He has also written various case studies. One of his publications includes “Photobiomodulation in Neuroscience: A Summary of Personal Experience,” published in 2017. Furthermore, Dr. Shimon Rochkind is the reviewer of 34 international medical and scientific journals, editor of 2 international medical and scientific journals and Editorial Board Member of 8 international medical and scientific journals. Dr. Shimon Rochkind has Medical Union Memberships of the Israeli Neurosurgery Association, European Neurosurgery Association, American Neurosurgery Association and American Association for Peripheral Nerves. He is also the Deputy Speaker of the International Association for Peripheral Nerves (WFNS).