Lamki Neurosurgery Institute evolved over the last 20 years as the culmination of patient desires and rigorous training. The concept was conceived in 2001 while it’s founder, Dr. Tariq Lamki was in medical school and started to be exposed to ideals not always upheld in modern medicine. The concept is simple - compassionate, patient-centric Neurosurgical excellence, consistently.
It is envisioned as the juncture where the focus is the individual needs of the patient and the norm is Neurosurgical expertise. A place that patients receive the best neurosurgical care and future neurosurgeons learn how to inculcate core principles and fine neurosurgical philosophies into the very essence of their being. This would occur as an apprenticeship designed to sharpen skill and consummate delicate microneurosurgical techniques - cnoncepts that dictate the pinnacle of Neurosurgical excellence.
Dr. Lamki continues to develop the Institute and a dedicated free-standing building is expected by 2033. At present Dr Lamki is seeing patients at two locations in New York City. Please contact us if you or a family member require Neurosurgical care: Doc@Neurosurgery.Institute
or (332) 203-2442.
Rigorous training, an unfettered dedication to each individual patient. The relentless devotion to consistent neurosurgical excellence is Our Promise.
Our patients get treated with respect, and care. Neurosurgery is a complex field and many times out patients are concerned, afraid, and vulnerable. We take pride in never making the patient
Always insisting on utilizing the safest tools for the best possible job, our team has invented and developed various surgical tools. We take pride in creating the bleeding edge.
We have been trusted by thousands of patients and their families - all around the world - to consistently deliver caring, expert patient care.
Through imbuing empathy, we are able to understand the concerns of each individual patient
Healing through compassion.
We pride ourselves on fostering an environment that promotes respect, equality and a genuine concern for the wellbeing of others.
Unbelievable job. We thought my cousin was gone, it was so scary. Thanks to God and Dr Lamki, he is walking, talking snd back in college — after a car accident that made him bleed in brain!! I trusted Dr. Lamki with my cousin’s life - I am glad we did! You should do the same.
Dr. Lamki and his team really care! No question was too much. They took the time and never made me feel hurried. I was so scared before surgery, Dr Lamki calmed me. I’m glad I went through with it! My neck pain is gone! You should definitely get in touch with them.
Such a pleasant experience being treated by Dr. Lamki. Highly professional and skillful - you can’t even see a scar. I recommend his services to anyone.
Dr Lamki has been practicing as a board-certified neurosurgeon in the New York area since 2016 after completing both a Clinical Fellowship in Skull Base Neurosurgery & Stereotactic Radiosurgery as well as a Research Fellowship in Skull Base Neurosurgery - both undertaken at The Ohio State University. He has received numerous awards and over $1.2 million in scholarships and grants - all used to hone his skills and sharpen his neurosurgical instincts. He has studied under some of the Neurosurgical “legends” and has himself pioneered several novel surgical techniques - which he has published in highly accredited, scientific journals. He is a published author with dozens of publications in peer-reviewed journals as well as having co-authored several chapters in neurosurgical textbooks and given well-received lectures at prestigious meetings. He has also acted as a reviewer for multiple medical journals and now serves as the Editor-in-Chief of an online scientific journal:
Dr. Lamki treats every patient as an individual with a genuine dedication to improving their quality of life of.
He has taught dozens of residents and encourages his team members to increase productivity and publications.
His passions include patient-centric care, benign and malignant brain tumors, spine tumors, peripheral nerve tumors and awake brain surgery.