Branch CL Jr, Eickman JP, inventors; Wake Forest University Health Sciences, assignee. Subdural drainage catheter with self contained mechanism. United States patent US 8,403,878. 2013 Mar 26. 2013;():.
Stevens EA, Branch CL Jr. Spinal fusion: posterior approaches In: Phillips FM, Lauryssen C, eds. The lumbar intervertebral disc. New York: Thieme Medical Publishers;2010: 216-225.
Stevens EA, Powers AK, Branch CL Jr. The role of surgery in traumatic central cord syndrome. Neurosurg Q. 2009;19(4):222-227.
Berry J, Branch C, Reynolds J, inventors; Wake Forest University Health Sciences, assignee. Surgical head support adapter. United States patent US 603,967. 2009 Nov 10. 2009;():.
Stieber V, Robbins M, deGuzman A, Tatter S, Ekstrand K, McMullen K, Branch C, Shaw E, Bourland JD, Lovato J, Munley M, Ellis T, et al. Determination of a clinical value for the repair half-time (T1/2) of the trigeminal nerve based on outcome data from gamma knife radiosurgery for facial pain
. Radiat Res. 2007;168(2):143-148.
Balamucki CJ, Stieber VW, Ellis TL, Tatter SB, DeGuzman AF, McMullen KP, Lovato J, Shaw EG, Ekstrand KE, Bourland JD, Munley MT, Robbins M, Branch C. Does dose rate affect efficacy? The outcomes of 256 gamma knife surgery procedures for trigeminal neuralgia and other types of facial pain as they relate to the half-life of cobalt. J Neurosurg. 2006;105(5):730-735.
Kim PK, Branch CL Jr. The lumbar degenerative disc: confusion, mechanics, management. Clin Neurosurg. 2006;53():18-25.
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Spinal Disorders, Stenosis, Spondylolisthesis, Spine Fractures, Herniated Discs, Neurosurgery, Spinal Tumors, Gamma Knife, Stereotactic Procedures
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Dr. Branch's high professional standards apparently extend to all of his nurses, pa's and technicians: all were friendly, helpful and confident. They exhibited the highest expectations and seemed to be proud of the fact that they worked with Dr. Branch.
I have referred *Dr. Branch to several others and will do so in the future if need arises.
*Dr. Branch is in my opinion, the very best surgeon who could have done this procedure. I have great respect for his care, concern, and knowledge.
I think VERY highly of this dr.
No help at all with my problem and seemed like he had no concern for my health.
It was pretty good.
*Dr. Branch is excellent - He recommended surgery and I would have confidence in his doing the procedure -
Wait Time Is Horrible, but Dr. Branch is best Surgeon at Baptist.
I recommend Dr Branch very often to people struggling with back problems. I love telling them about how much he helped me and point them to someone I am so confident can help them.
I have never had a bad experience at *Dr. Branch office.
*Dr. Branch is positively the best, most caring and highly skilled physician. He has also provided care for my daughter.
*Dr. Branch is the best. Would go to NO one else.
I was well informed and he answered all my questions.