Dr. Nizam Razack is one of the very few board certified Neurosurgeons in the United States who is also licensed to practice law. He is called upon frequently to be a local and national media resource for the medical community and is considered a valued member of the Florida legal community and is also available for speaking engagements.
May 28, 2014 -- Orlando Business Journal released The 2014 Best Places to Work Finalists. The Spine and Brain Neurosurgey Center is honored to be included among this list of dynamic Central Florida companies. The companies were chosen based on how workers responded to an anonymous online employee engagement survey with questions on topics including teamwork, job satisfaction and benefits.
April 4, 2014 - In support of National Parkinson Awareness Month. Parkinson’s: The Brain and Beyond at the Orlando Museum of Art, Orlando. Presented by the Florida Hospital Neuroscience Institute Parkinson Outreach Center and the National Parkinson Foundation Central Florida Chapter.
December 12, 2013 - New Hope For People Suffering from Parkinson's Disease. Local CFN13 story featuring Dr. Razack and Mazor Robotics. Doctors use the Mazor Robotics device, which is the size of a soda can, to take images and x-rays of a patient's brain and map out the problem areas.
December 1, 2013 - The Future of Robotics - There are big things happening in brain surgery, and this is one of them, and it's happening in Central Florida. Dr. Nizam Razack of the Spine and Brain Neurosurgery Center is a leader in robotic brain surgery.
November 11, 2013 -- Featured "PEOPLE ON THE MOVE" column in Orlando Business Journal for professional achievement.
October 2013 - Celebration Neurosurgeon Performs World’s First Mazor Robotics Deep Brain Stimulation for Parkinson’s. In August, Nizam Razack, MD, JD performed the world’s first deep brain stimulation (DBS) using Mazor Robotics Renaissance Guidance System at Celebration Health hospital. Dr. Razack performed the same procedure later on two more patients with positive results.
October 25, 2013 -- Medicine controlled Clarita Beslack's tremors from Parkinson's Disease for five years. Then something changed and by January 2013, she knew she needed a different kind of treatment. She turned to Dr. Nizam Razack at Florida Hospital Celebration and he proposed a traditional approach with a new, unusual twist. Razack wanted to use Deep Brain Stimulation, or DBS, to treat Beslack's Parkinson's symptoms.
September 3, 2013 – On Monday, August 19, Nizam Razack, MD, JD performed the world’s first deep brain stimulation (DBS) using Mazor Robotics Renaissance Guidance System at Celebration Health hospital.
May 5, 2013 - Orlando Regional Medical Center’s Level One Trauma Center stands ready to serve when you least expect it. The 8th Annual ONE NIGHT to Celebrate Excellence in Trauma Care, Presented by CNL Financial Group, Inc. In its first seven years, ONE NIGHT has quickly become one of Central Florida’s must-attend events, boasting a sell-out crowd for all seven years.
Dr. Razack was honored for his role in treating a critical trauma patient at ONE NIGHT Saves Lives Gala benefiting Orlando Regional Medical Center's level one trauma center.
June 4, 2012 - Central Florida Surgeon, Dr. Nizam Razack has partnered with innovators in the dynamic new field of robotic surgery, Mazor Robotics.
Dr. Razack and the Renaissance Robotic System are featured in the July Issue of Orlando Magazine.
Orlando Regional Medical Center (ORMC) among the first hospitals to offer new implantable deep brain stimulation device for patients with Parkinson's disease.
Orlando Business Journal -- The Brain Surgeon Drain. Central Florida specialists opting out of complex procedures.
Nizam Razack, MD among the first surgeons in Florida to perform spine procedures with the Renaissance System.
March 2012 -- Orlando Business Journal -- Florida Hospital Buys Robotic Spine Surgery Device.
Monica Reed, Celebration Health CEO, said in a news release that robotic spine surgery could become more common the way robotic surgery in urology and gynecology has become.
March 2012 -- Florida Hospital Celebration Health Acquires Mazor Robotics Renaissance to Enhance Spine Surgery Program.
Dr. Razack joins guest speaker Mark McEwen for Stroke Awareness Month.