Top Neurosurgeon In New Jersey

John D. Lipani, MD, PhD, FAANS, FACS is a top Neurosurgeon in New Jersey. He is a board certified, Fellowship-Trained neurosurgery specialist in complex Brain Surgery and Spine Surgery. Dr. Lipani’s neurosurgery specialties include minimally invasive spine surgery and non-Invasive brain and spine radiosurgery. Dr. Lipani also performs revision spinal surgery. Our neurosurgery offices are conveniently located in Hamilton, Bridgewater and Morristown, New Jersey.

Dr. Lipani’s patients receive uncompromised state-of-the-art neurosurgery care in Brain Surgery and Spine Surgery with experience, compassion and excellence.


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15 Years of Service 2014

Top 10 Doctor 2014Americas Most Honored Professionals

Patients' Choice Award 2019Patients' Choice Award 2015

Jersey Choice Top Doctors 2017Jersey Choice Top Doctors 2018

Patients' Choice Award
America's Most Honored Professionals 2018

Dr. Lipani is Board Certified by the American Board of Neurological Surgeons, a Fellow of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons, an Active Member of the Congress of Neurological Surgeons and a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons.

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Treating Spinal Nerve Compression with Minimally Invasive Surgery

Spinal nerve compression is a common problem that is typically not referred to in any other way than “my back hurts.” Some people may say ... read more

Why Burning Pain Needs Attention

Usually, the word pain is used as a primary descriptor. We say “my back hurts” or “my head hurts” when we want to express a ... read more

Sciatica: What is It and How Is It Treated?

There are many nerves that exit the spinal column, spanning from the neck to the low back. The sciatic nerve is located in the lumbar ... read more

Princeton Neurological Surgery professionals are dedicated to preserving and restoring neurologic function in all patients suffering from a variety of symptoms such as pain, numbness, tingling, weakness and/or bladder dysfunction.

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