Neurosurgeon, also known as a neurosurgeon, completes six years of medical education and earns a bachelor’s degree. Later, he succeeds in his specialty exam and starts his internship training in neurosurgery. When he successfully completes his 5-year internship training, he is entitled to work as a neurosurgeon. The task of the neurosurgeon is to examine, diagnose and surgically treat nervous system disorders. A neurosurgeon performs surgery on the brain, spinal cord and peripheral nerves to remove tumors, relieve chronic pain, treat wounds, vascular disorders, diseases such as parkinson’s and epilepsy.
What are the Qualifications of Neurosurgeon?
- To know microsurgery techniques,
- Having attention and concentration,
- To show hand-eyeye coordination ability,
- To be able to adapt to intense and stressful work tempo,
- To realize teamwork and management,
- To have responsibility,
- To have physical competence to carry out long-lasting and sensitive medical devices,
- To be able to communicate well with patients and their relatives,