The Bonati Institute[R] Congratulates Dr. Perez-Limonte on Certification.Board Certified board certified,
adj the status of a dental specialist such as an orthodontist who has become a board diplomate by successfully completing the certification program of the recognized certification board in that area of practice. Physicians
HUDSON, Fla. -- The Bonati Institute, the leader in minimally invasive laser spine surgery, today announced that board certified neurologist Dr. Leonel Perez-Limonte successfully passed the Initial Certification Examination in Neuromuscular Medicine.
"We are proud of the recent certification achieved by Dr. Limonte. He is an accomplished and respected physician who believes, along with everyone at The Bonati Institute, that our patients deserve the very best in health care," commented Dr. Alfred O. Bonati, creator of The Bonati Spine Procedures and Chief Surgeon at The Bonati Institute.
"Our medical staff includes outstanding medical specialists, orthopaedic surgeons, neurosurgeons, neurologists and renowned physicians, nearly all of whom are board certified in their specialties. That means they've voluntarily met the stringent requirements of the nation's leading standards-setting organizations. At The Bonati Institute, 83 percent of our physicians are board certified, compared to 44 percent of licensed physicians nationwide. I am not aware of any other spine center that can match this achievement," concluded Dr. Bonati.
The American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology The American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, Inc. (ABPN) sets the standards for training and certifying psychiatrists and neurologists in the United States, with the self-stated aim of promoting excellence in practice through its certification process. , Inc. (ABPN ABPN American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology ) stated that in becoming Board certified in this area, Leonel P. Limonte, M.D. "completed rigorous training and achieved the gold standard in each of the six core competencies of patient care, medical knowledge, interpersonal and communication skills, professionalism, systems-based practice, and practice-based learning and improvement to practice quality specialized medicine in Neuromuscular Medicine."
The field of neuromuscular medicine is an emerging subspecialty subspecialty,
n a limited portion of a narrowly defined professional discipline. E.g., surgery is a specialty of medicine and pediatric vascular surgery is a subspecialty. of medicine which focuses on the comprehensive medical management of individuals with neuromuscular disorders. This includes, but is not limited to, disorders of peripheral nerves Peripheral nerves
Nerves throughout the body that carry information to and from the spinal cord.
Mentioned in: Amyloidosis, Charcot Marie Tooth Disease , muscle and neuromuscular junctions. The field encompasses issues related to both diagnosis and medical treatment of these conditions, as well as relevant rehabilitation interventions to optimize the quality of life of individuals with these conditions.
For over 28 years, The Bonati Institute has been the leader in least invasive outpatient spine surgery. Alfred O. Bonati, M.D. was the first to develop and patent methods and instruments for laser spine surgery to correct problems of the cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine Lumbar spine
The segment of the human spine above the pelvis that is involved in low back pain. There are five vertebrae, or bones, in the lumbar spine.
Mentioned in: Low Back Pain known as The Bonati Procedures([R]). Available only at The Bonati Institute, these gentle procedures have been performed successfully more than 35,000 times to treat conditions that include spinal stenosis Spinal Stenosis Definition
Spinal stenosis is any narrowing of the spinal canal that causes compression of the spinal nerve cord. Spinal stenosis causes pain and may cause loss of some body functions. , arthritis of the spine, herniated discs, bulging discs and degenerative disc disease Degeneration of the intervertebral disc, which is often called "degenerative disc disease" (DDD) of the spine, is a common disorder of the lower spine and for some people can cause low back pain and/or leg pain (sciatica). . For more information, visit www.bonati.com.
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