Neurosurgeon Kevin Hsieh, M.D., who specializes in spine surgery and is trained in many of the newest techniques in minimally invasive surgery, recently joined the team at Piedmont Physicians Neurosurgery.
Prior to joining Piedmont Physicians Neurosurgery, Dr. Hsieh practiced at Peachtree Neurosurgery and traveled around the world to provide care for underserved populations. He also has spent significant research time reporting surgical outcomes of the largest pediatric series of craniopharyngiomas and studied the use of Gamma Knife® radiosurgery in brain metastases of melanoma.
Dr. Hsieh earned a Bachelor of Science in molecular cell biology with an emphasis in neurobiology from the University of California, Berkeley and received his medical degree from Vanderbilt University, where he was involved in a research project on functional MRI and localization of brain function. Dr. Hsieh then went on to complete his neurosurgery residency at New York University Hospitals and was chief resident at Bellevue Hospital and at the VA Hospital in Manhattan.