Dr. Rosenbaum continues his practice primarily at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. He provides care to active duty members, retirees, dependents, Sec. Nav., Supreme Court, Congress and the White House. His civilian practice spans several states to include Pennsylvania, South Dakota among others. Dr. Rosenbaum's miltary practice is focused on brining advanced care to the spinal diseases of the health care beneficiaries of the system. In addition to traditional surgical care Dr. Rosenbaum has been providing acupuncture care for his patients since 2009.
Education and Training
Medical College of Virginia
American Board of Neurological Surgery
Robert E. Rosenbaum's Expert Contributions
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Areas of expertise and specialization
- Joint Meritorious Service Medal
- Navy Commendation Medals
- Navy Achievement Medals
- NATO Medal
- Humanitarian Service Medal
- Afghanistan Campaign medal
- Surgeon of the Year - Surgical Energetics 2011 Medtronics
Charities and Philanthropic Endeavors
- Past President Board of Directors - Warrior Canine Connection
- Member, Board of Trustees, Parker University, Dallas, TX
- Spinal and cranial disease with focus on endoscopic and emerging technologies of spinal care.Advanced technologies
Professional Society Memberships
- AANS, ACS
Articles and Publications
Author, Distraction-reduction of Acute Cervical Disc Herniation:an Underutilized Interventention, submitted for publication
Author, "Fungal Infections in the Spine," Infections in Neuro
What do you attribute your success to?
Dr. Rosenbaum identifies his parents as the primary reason for his accomplishments. His Father, George, was a General Surgeon in North Carolina until he passed in 1985, and his Mother was a Nurse and is now retired in NC. Both parents encouraged him to seek self fulfillment. En route he attended Fork Union Military Academy in Virgina. "FUMA opened my eyes to the possblities in life if one puts forth the effort."
Areas of research
Endoscopic spinal instrument development
advanced energy technologies for the operating room
Board member for Warrior Canine Connection since 2011
Board member for People Animals Love since 2007
Teaching and speaking
2014 will mark a decade of resident education by Dr. Rosenbaum at Walter Reed National Military medical Center
He has spoken at a number of venues to include:
"Battlefield head inuries” US Multinational trauma conference Kandahar, Afghanistan
Plenary speaker, "Integrated care for better patient outcomes."Texas Chiropractic College Annual Meeting, Houston, TX
Congressional reception keynote speaker, American Chiropractic Association, National Chiropractic Legislative Conference Washington, DC
"Lumbar discs, Pathology and care." Monterey Institute of Technology, annual international Spinal disorders conference, Monterey, Mexico
Plenary and Key note speaker," Neuroanatomy, neuroradiology and the pediatric patient," Annual Neuroscience Conference, Hershey PA
Moderator, "Emerging technologies of the spine, panel discussion." Orthofix sponsored New Orleans, LA
"Use of the Aquamantys, extended benefits." Medtronic Annual Holiday banquet, Minneapolis, MN
Hobbies / Sports
- Corvette Restoration, Travel
Favorite professional publications
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