Mohamed H. Elnabtity, MD, FACS

Board Certified: American Board of Neurological Surgery
Fellow of the American College of Surgeons
Clinical Assistant Professor: Department of Surgery, Michigan State University College of Human Medicine.
Residency: University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, 2000
Medical School: Wayne State University, 1994
Undergraduate: Wayne State University, 1990
 
Dr. Elnabtity grew up in Detroit, Michigan. After graduation from Wayne State University School of Medicine, a fascination with neuroanatomy and his desire for hands-on, active involvement in patient care led to a specialty in neurosurgery. After practicing in the Chicago area and Detroit, in 2006 Dr. Elnabtity had an opportunity to join Lansing Neurosurgery, which he calls, “the best job in Michigan.” His treatments involve minimally invasive techniques and the entire range of brain and spinal surgeries, including pediatric care and innovative pain management. He says the most rewarding aspect of neurosurgery is working with his patients to create the optimum treatment plan.
 
In the community, Dr Elnabtity has enjoyed tutoring and mentoring inner-city youth and has provided care at free inner-city health clinics in the Detroit area.

Local MD's explain Glioblastoma, aggressive type of Brain Cancer

News of Senator John McCain’s cancer diagnosis shocked the world last week.
The former prisoner of war and Republican presidential nominee has an aggressive brain cancer called, Glioblastoma.
Glioblastoma, or more commonly known as GBM, is a type of brain cancer that doctors say is not only aggressive, but can spread quickly.
While Sen. McCain’s doctors say he’s exploring future treatment options, his diagnosis prompted 6-News to take a closer look at the type of brain cancer that affects thousands of Americans.