Dr. Shiveindra Jeyamohan
Dr. Shiveindra Jeyamohan joined CNSO in 2020 after having practiced neurosurgery in Seattle, WA for several years. He served as Chief of Surgery from 2019-2020 after having earned the prestigious, “Seattle Met Top Doctor Award” in 2019. He frequently lectures on spine and brain surgery, appearing as a recognized expert on TV and in various publications. He earned a stellar reputation for complex reconstructive spine surgery, deformity surgery, spine tumors, fractures, and corrective revision spine surgery necessitated by previous spine surgeries that have failed. He attributes his success to the use of hybrid minimally invasive, front, side, and back techniques which contributes to his patients recovering more quickly. Dr. Jeyamohan’s patients routinely go home within hours after minimally invasive spine surgery or robotic surgery.
Dr. Jeyamohan has also received recognition for successfully removing tumors of the brain and peripheral nerves. In addition, he treats hydrocephalus, otherwise known as “water on the brain”, or bleeding in the brain secondary to traumatic injury. He believes the decision to undergo surgery is a complicated one, so he discusses every step of the treatment and recovery process with his patients and their family. Together, they can make the best decisions that will result in the best outcomes.
Born and raised in New Jersey, Dr. Jeyamohan earned his bachelor’s degree at Pennsylvania State University and his medical degree at the prestigious Thomas Jefferson University. He then completed his neurosurgical residency at Albany Medical Center in New York and his fellowship in Complex and Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery at the esteemed Swedish Medical Center in Seattle, Washington, where he received dual neurosurgical and orthopedic training with emphasis on complex deformity, oncologic, and reconstructive techniques. He also received his MBA at California State University.