Timothy M. Heilman, DO

Board Certified: American College of Osteopathic Surgeons
Member: American Osteopathic Association, Michigan Association of Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons.
Residency: Oklahoma State University, 2002
Medical School: Michigan State University, College of Osteopathic Medicine 1996
Undergraduate: Michigan State University, 1991
 
Dr. Heilman is originally from Grand Rapids, Michigan and so is very gratified to be practicing in Lansing, where is able to help the people of his home state. He joined Lansing Neurosurgery in 2003 after practicing in the Mount Clemens area and enjoys the challenge and intricacy of osteopathic neurosurgery.
 
Dr. Heilman and his wife, a pediatrician, have four children. They enjoy spending time together as a family, taking part in many Michigan outdoor activities.

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.