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Texas Brain and Spine Institute

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Texas Brain and Spine Institute

8441 State Highway 47 Suite 4300

Bryan, Texas,77807

United States

Company Description

The Texas Brain and Spine Institute of Bryan / College Station, Texas in the Brazos Valley located in Central Texas is a Center of Excellence in the clinical and academic neurosciences. Our areas of focus are Neurology, Neurosurgery, Physical Medicine and Reha... more.

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Associate Professor

Texas A&M Health Science Center


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Gerard Toussaint

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L. Gerard Toussaint III, M.D.
Neurosurgeon, TBSI - Neurosurgery L. Gerard Toussaint, M.D., III ​Associate Professor Department of Neuroscience and Experimental Therapeutics Texas A&M Health Science Center, College of Medicine Dr. Toussaint has been a TBSI member since 2007. Raised in North Carolina, Dr. Toussaint attended UNC Chapel Hill for his undergraduate and medical school education. There, he was recognized as a Morehead Scholar, Phi Beta Kappa and Alpha Omega Alpha inductee, and Howard Holderness Distinguished Medical Scholar, graduating with Highest Honors. From Chapel Hill, he moved to Minnesota to complete residency training in Rochester at The Mayo Clinic. While there, he participated in the Mayo Clinician Investigator Training Program and completed a basic science fellowship in neuro-oncology. He won the resident research award for the Department of Neurology and was national runner-up for the American Academy of Neurological Surgeons research award. He completed his chief residency in neurological surgery in 2007 and moved to Bryan/College Station where he now resides with his wife and their five children. Dr. Toussaint has a research interest in the molecular biology of high grade glioma, an aggressive type of primary brain tumor. His work focuses in three related areas - the microRNA control of invasion, the biology of the interface between blood vessel and tumor, and the delivery of novel therapies. He has an active role in teaching and research at the Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine. In the clinical setting, Dr. Toussaint sees all patients requiring neurosurgical consultation. Those suffering with brain tumors, cerebral aneurysms, peripheral nerve entrapment, degenerative spine disease, herniated discs, spinal stenosis, and other neurological disorders come to see him frequently. For more information on Dr. Toussaint's experience and interests, please see his Curriculum Vitae here.


Gerard Toussaint

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L. Gerard Toussaint III, M.D.
Neurosurgeon, TBSI - Neurosurgery Gerard Toussaint Assistant Professor Department of Neuroscience and Experimental Therapeutics Texas A&M Health Science Center, College of Medicine Dr. Toussaint has been a TBSI member since 2007. Raised in North Carolina, Dr. Toussaint attended UNC Chapel Hill for his undergraduate and medical school education. There, he was recognized as a Morehead Scholar, Phi Beta Kappa and Alpha Omega Alpha inductee, and Howard Holderness Distinguished Medical Scholar, graduating with Highest Honors. From Chapel Hill, he moved to Minnesota to complete residency training in Rochester at The Mayo Clinic. While there, he participated in the Mayo Clinician Investigator Training Program and completed a basic science fellowship in neuro-oncology. He won the resident research award for the Department of Neurology and was national runner-up for the American Academy of Neurological Surgeons research award. He completed his chief residency in neurological surgery in 2007 and moved to Bryan/College Station where he now resides with his wife and their five children. Dr. Toussaint has a research interest in the molecular biology of high grade glioma, an aggressive type of primary brain tumor. His work focuses in three related areas - the microRNA control of invasion, the biology of the interface between blood vessel and tumor, and the delivery of novel therapies. He has an active role in teaching and research at the Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine. In the clinical setting, Dr. Toussaint sees all patients requiring neurosurgical consultation. Those suffering with brain tumors, cerebral aneurysms, peripheral nerve entrapment, degenerative spine disease, herniated discs, spinal stenosis, and other neurological disorders come to see him frequently. For more information on Dr. Toussaint's experience and interests, please see his Curriculum Vitae here.


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CaroMont, Gastonia - Surgery, 'Sham' Equal in Treating Compression Fracture...

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"From a clinician's standpoint, it's important to read this data and be aware of it," said Dr. L. Gerard Toussaint III, an assistant professor of neuroscience and experimental therapeutics at Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine and a neurosurgeon at Texas Brain and Spine Institute in Bryan.
Vertebroplasty involves injecting a type of "cement" into the spine to stabilize it, thereby relieving pain and reducing disability in people who have had osteoporotic fractures. The procedure is minimally invasive and often performed under local anesthetic, with the patient going home the same day, Toussaint said. "I always try bracing and analgesics and physical therapy to try to get the patients to feel better without any intervention at all," Toussaint added. "But if those measures don't work, I still think it is an option." Also, Toussaint noted, "a lot of patients can't get their insurance companies to pay for medications that are more effective for osteoporosis treatment because they're expensive and new, but they will pay for the surgery." More information The Radiological Society of North America has more on vertebroplasty. SOURCES: David F. Kallmes, M.D., professor, radiology, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn.; L. Gerard Toussaint III, M.D., assistant professor, neuroscience and experimental therapeutics, Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine, and neurosurgeon, Texas Brain and Spine Institute, Bryan, Texas; Aug. 6, 2009, New England Journal of Medicine


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