Beejal Amin, MD

Neurological Surgery

Assistant Professor
Quality Medical Director, Neurological Surgery

Languages Spoken

English, Gujarati, Spanish-not fluent

Clinical Expertise

  • Cervical Spine
  • Complex Spinal Disorders
  • General Neurosurgery
  • Herniated Disc
  • Lumbar Disc Surgery
  • Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery
  • Neck Pain
  • Peripheral Nerve
  • Spinal Cord Injury
  • Spinal Deformities
  • Spinal Tumors
  • Back Pain

About Dr. Amin

Scuba Diving, Hiking, Mountain Biking, Sports

Medical Education

Medical School
Rush Medical College of Rush University
Henry Ford Hospital - Neurological Surgery
University of California at San Francisco Medical Center - Complex Spine Surgery


  • Four-level minimally invasive lateral interbody fusion for treatment of degenerative scoliosis Amin, B. Y.; Mummaneni, P. V.; Ibrahim, T.; Zouzias, A.; Uribe, J., Neurosurgical Focus
  • Mini-open transforaminal lumbar interbody fusion Amin, B. Y.; Tu, T. H.; Mummaneni, P. V., Neurosurgical Focus
  • Pathology of spinal ependymomas: an institutional experience over 25 years in 134 patients Tarapore, P. E.; Modera, P.; Naujokas, A.; Oh, M. C.; Amin, B.; Tihan, T.; Parsa, A. T.; Ames, C. P.; Chou, D.; Mummaneni, P. V.; Weinstein, P. R., Neurosurgery
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  • Pitfalls of calculating hospital readmission rates based on nonvalidated administrative data sets: : presented at the 2012 Joint Spine Section Meeting: clinical article Amin, B. Y.; Tu, T. H.; Schairer, W. W.; Na, L.; Takemoto, S.; Berven, S.; Deviren, V.; Ames, C.; Chou, D.; Mummaneni, P. V., Journal of neurosurgery.Spine
  • Cervical arthroplasty Amin, B. Y.; Mummaneni, P. V., Journal of neurosurgery.Spine
  • Cervical artificial disc replacement versus fusion in the cervical spine: a systematic review comparing long-term follow-up results from two FDA trials Mummaneni, P. V.; Amin, B. Y.; Wu, J. C.; Brodt, E. D.; Dettori, J. R.; Sasso, R. C., Evidence-based spine-care journal
  • Neuromonitoring Amin, B. Y.; Mummaneni, P. V., Journal of neurosurgery.Spine
  • Intracranial angioplasty and stent placement for direct cerebral revascularization of nonacute intracranial occlusions and near occlusions Kole, M.; Amin, B.; Marin, H.; Russman, A.; Sanders, W., Neurosurgical Focus
  • Intraperitoneal underlay ventral hernia repair utilizing bilayer expanded polytetrafluoroethylene and polypropylene mesh Millikan, K. W.; Baptista, M.; Amin, B.; Deziel, D. J.; Doolas, A., The American Surgeon