Blog Articles

INI Welcomes Dr. Ye

Dr. Ye Obtained his Medical Degree from Cleveland Clinic's prestigious College of Medicine at Case Western Reserve and continued his Neurosurgical training at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia.

Sep 8th, 2021
INI Welcomes Dr. Richard Young

He is a fellowship trained neurosurgeon sub-specializing in Neurointerventional/Neuroendovascular Surgery. He is uniquely able to assess and treat strokes, aneurysms, ArterioVenous Malformations (AVM), and vascular lesions with both...

Jul 31st, 2018
INI Welcomes Dr. Siraj Gibani

INI welcomes Siraj Gibani. He is a fellowship trained neurosurgeon specializing in minimally invasive and complex spine surgery. His addition to the INI is part of the groups continued dedication to bring excellent neurosurgical care to the region.

Jul 18th, 2017
Top Doctors in Inland Empire Magazine

Names several of the INI doctors as the top doctors in the region. INI is proud to have the most number of top neurosurgeons in the area. Read more...

Oct 2nd, 2014
Dr. Aaron Cutler joins the Inland Neurosurgery Institute

Dr. Aaron Cutler will be joining the INI in July 2014. Dr. Cutler is a fellowship trained neurosurgeon specializing in minimally invasive skull base tumor surgery. His addition to the INI is part of the group’s continued dedication to bringing...

May 20th, 2014
Bracing Avoids Surgery for Young Patients With Scoliosis

Bracing Avoids Surgery for Young Patients With Scoliosis: Bracing in high-risk patients with adolescent idiopathic scoliosis (AIS) is associated with a significantly greater likelihood of reaching skeletal maturity with a curve of less than 50 degrees...

Sep 2nd, 2013
Growth, Not Size, of Brain Aneurysms Biggest Risk for Rupture

Growth, Not Size, of Brain Aneurysms Biggest Risk for Rupture. Brain aneurysms — even small ones — are more likely to rupture if they are growing, a new study has shown. The discovery counters current guidelines and emphasizes the need for regular...

Jul 11th, 2013
ASCO: No Benefit from Avastin in Glioblastoma

ASCO: No Benefit from Avastin in Glioblastoma. Patients with newly diagnosed glioblastoma lived no longer with the addition of bevacizumab (Avastin) to chemoradiation than they did without it, results of a large multicenter trial showed.

Jun 22nd, 2013