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Dr. Daniel M. Lieberman MD

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Arizona Center for Neurosurgery
Arizona Center For Neurosurgery 1331 N. 7Th Street, Suite 190
Phoenix, Arizona 85006
United States

Company Description: Arizona Center for Neurosurgery is the practice of Dr. Daniel Lieberman and Dr Dina Zaza. We strive to offer the most advanced care of neurological disorders...   more

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • M.D.
  • Pepperdine University
  • medical degree
    University of Arizona
  • MD
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Board of Directors and Executives - Arizona Medical Association |, 6 April 2014 [cached]
Daniel M. Lieberman, MD Maricopa Director 2016 Dr. Daniel Lieberman is a board-certified neurological surgeon who graduated from the University of Arizona College of Medicine in 1991 and completed a residency in neurological surgery at UC-San Francisco School of Medicine. He is a past president of the Maricopa County Medical Society and has been a member of the Arizona Medical Association since 2007.
MCMS Board & Staff | Maricopa County Medical Society, 19 Oct 2014 [cached]
Daniel M. Lieberman, MD
Daniel Lieberman, MD
Camelback Community Bank, 6 Mar 2006 [cached]
Lieberman Joins Camelback Community Bank Board of Directors
PHOENIX - (March 6, 2006) - Gail Grace, president and CEO of Camelback Community Bank, is pleased to announce that Daniel M. Lieberman, M.D., president and CEO Arizona Center for Neurosurgery in Phoenix, has been elected to the bank's Board of Directors.
Dr. Lieberman is a neurosurgeon specializing in the treatment of complex brain, spine and nervous system conditions. He has special interests in the surgical treatment of movement disorders (Parkinson's disease and tremors), brain tumors, epilepsy, pain and minimally invasive treatment of spinal disorders.
An honors graduate of Pepperdine University, Lieberman earned his medical degree from the University of Arizona. He completed a fellowship at the National Institutes of Health and trained in neurosurgery at the University of California at San Francisco. He is a clinical professor of bioengineering at Arizona State University, chairs the governing board of Surgical Specialty Hospital of Arizona, and is the CEO of both Doclopedia, a new web site under construction that will provide access to a marketplace for healthcare goods and services, and the Arizona Center for Neurosurgery. He holds or has applied for six patents regarding medical devices for brain and spine surgery. He is married and the father of three children.
Banner Health System News, 24 July 2001 [cached]
Good Samaritan neurosurgeon Daniel Lieberman, MD, has performed the surgery on numerous patients and says that the results are dramatic and instantaneous."Essential Tremor is the result of abnormal, rhythmical activation of an electrical circuit within the brain," said Dr. Lieberman, who serves as director of the Good Samaritan Movement Disorders Clinic."By placing a deep brain stimulating electrode the tremor circuit can essentially be 'jammed,' or interrupted, and the tremors stop.
"For most people who have undergone this surgery, their lives were greatly improved.The hard part is localizing the tremor circuit," Lieberman said.
In order to precisely localize the tremor circuit within the brain, patients undergo a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan with their head fixed in a metal ring.The location of the nucleus containing the tremor circuit is calculated in the brain to within a millimeter using a computer to analyze the MRI scan.
Surgery to implant the deviceThe patient is then taken to the operating room, where Medtronic Activa® Tremor Control System is inserted into the brain through a hole drilled in the skull, and the electrical activity of neurons - the nerve cells that make up the brain - is recorded.Neurons in the brain are organized into a spatial map of the body.
Dr. Lieberman uses this map to localize the best location for the stimulator.
"Everyone's brain is wired up a little bit differently," says Dr. Lieberman."At Good Samaritan we have the best tools available, like microelectrode recording and MRI stereotactic guidance to assist the surgeon.
"Since the bottom line is stopping the tremor, we do these procedures with the patient awake.The stimulator is activated once it is placed.When the stimulator is in the right place, the tremor stops immediately," Lieberman continued.
Dr. Lieberman is also conducting a clinical trial using deep brain stimulation of the subthlamic nucleus for the medical treatment of Parkinson's disease.
Good Samaritan's Movement Disorders Clinic features a multi-disciplinary team of neurosurgeons, neurologists, pharmacists and therapists that can aid patients and community physicians by providing a thorough assessment of each patient and make concrete, practical suggestions to help patients and their caretakers improve their quality of life.
Last updated: 11/7/2001
Neurology - Pain Therapy Associates, LTD, 22 July 2008 [cached]
It's important for people with a family history of tremor to understand and be reassured that essential tremor has nothing to do with Parkinson's disease, says Dan Lieberman, MD, a neurosurgeon at the Good Samaritan Movement Disorders Clinic in Phoenix.
When doctors examine patients for essential tremor or Parkinson's, they look for very different types of tremor, he says.
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