GBNA Neurosurgical Team
Reginald J. Davis, M.D., F.A.C.S.
GBMC Director, Neurosciences
GBMC Division Head, Neurosurgery
Medical School: Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Residency: Johns Hopkins Hospital
Fellowship: Johns Hopkins Hospital
Dr. Davis has been the Chief of Neurosurgery at the Greater Baltimore Medical Center located in Baltimore, Maryland since 1988 in addition to managing a group practice. He is board certified and provides care to patients suffering from disorders of the spine, brain and nervous system. Dr. Davis is committed to providing the most advanced surgical care and utilizes the latest minimally invasive techniques; interbody fusion technologies and cutting edge computer assisted intra operative imaging. His academic interests include motion segmental preservation and spine arthoplasty. Dr. Davis was the first in the United States to use Dynamic Stabilization.
Treatment of disorders of the spine, motion segment preservation utilizing dynamic systems, developing technologies including annular repair, nucleus replace-ment, interspinal stabilization and artificial cervical disc replacement
Bimal Rami, M.D., F.A.C.S.
Medical School: University of Maryland Medicine
Residency: University of Maryland Medical Center
Shock Trauma Center of Maryland
VA Medical Center in Baltimore
Fellowship: University of Maryland Medical Center
Dr. Rami is board certified in Neurological surgery, joining Greater Baltimore Neurosurgical Associates in 2005. He provides care to patients suffering from disorders of the brain and spine. Dr. Rami is committed to providing the most advanced surgical care and utilizes the latest minimally invasive techniques and motion sparing alternatives to lumbar and cervical pathology.
Minimally invasive Skull Base and Pituitary Surgery, Brain Tumors with computer assisted guidance, spinal cord stimulation, disc replacement, Neuro-Oncology
Mark H. Iguchi, M.D.
Medical School: Medical College of Wisconsin
Residency: University of Maryland Medical System
Dr. Iguchi is a graduate of University of California, Davis, and medical school at the Medical College of Wisconsin. He completed his residency in neurological surgery at University of Maryland Medical Center. Prior to medicine, he worked in finance and investments at Charles Schwab, and founded UncleHarvey.com, a website dedicated to neurosurgical training.
Gurtej Singh, M.D.
Medical School: Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine
Residency: Wayne State University
Fellowship: Beth Israel Medical Center
For Gurtej Singh, MD, helping patients find relief from spine pain is his specialty. As a fellowship-trained, and double board-certified, interventional spine specialist at GBMC, Dr. Singh knows that back and neck issues can be painful and debilitating for many patients. Sometimes, surgery is not always an option. Dr. Singh provides a variety of nonsurgical treatments for these patients.
He offers the latest techniques and treatments, including a variety of injections, spinal stimulation, physical therapy, and pain management options to help reduce chronic pain. Dr. Singh performs a full evaluation and recommends personalized treatment plans that help patients get back to their daily lives. His goal is to not only reduce pain but to increase the patient's function and quality of life.
He also treats patients who are experiencing pain related to cancer, compression fracture pain, and sports injuries.