HSHS Medical Group is pleased to release their newest Health Today episode featuring Mohammed A. Rahman, DO, a neurosurgeon at HSHS Neuroscience Center in Decatur. In his interview with host Sonya Jones, Dr. Rahman says the best part of being a doctor is seeing his patients in the community, happy and excited after their treatment. “As a physician, I love it when the patient comes back to clinic, they hug me, and I see them going back to a normal life. That’s the best satisfaction for me,” says Dr. Rahman.
Dr. Rahman earned his medical degree from the University of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey. He completed residencies at Children’s Memorial Hospital in Chicago and Advocate BroMenn Regional Medical Center in Bloomington, Ill.  He is certified by the American Osteopathic Board of Surgery and is a member of the American College of Osteopathic Surgeons.
The HSHS Neuroscience Center – Decatur is located at 1770 East Lake Shore Drive. Dr. Rahman and Jennifer Sunderland, PA-C, physician assistant, specialize in a variety of procedures, including carpal tunnel, cervical spine disc, lumbar spine, peripheral nerve, brain and spinal cord tumors, and complex and reconstructive spine surgeries.
Hosted by Sonya Jones, Health Today is a video series featuring HSHS Medical Group providers, their specialties, and the care they provide patients. Episodes can be found on YouTube at https://youtu.be/x2Q5zQYKBog, on the HSHS Medical Group Facebook page, or at www.HSHSMedicalGroup.org.

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