Treat Specific Parts of Your Brain To End Anxiety, Depression And Tremors
Updated: Feb 24, 2022
Internationally recognized neuroradiologist Dr. Bradley Jabour joins Dr. Phil to offer important information about brain bleeds, warning signs and breakthroughs on the treatment of brain degeneration, traumatic brain injury, neuropsychiatric disorders and essential tremors.
“With a head injury, I’d rather err on the side of overreaction rather than underreaction,” Dr. Jabour
Dr. Jabour gained national recognition for developing new techniques in cancer imaging in the head and neck using PET/CT. His most recent interest is in the field of functional MRI (fMRI) and its role in evaluating neurological disorders.
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“The dangerous one is the person who has a head injury, gets up says, Oh, that wasn't so bad.” -Dr. Jabour
“It's just the accumulation of mechanical trauma can damage the brain.” -Dr. Jabour
“These are game-changers in neuropsychiatric disorders. I hope people really hear this and act on it. Don't continue to suffer.” Dr. Phil
“Not even primarily psychological in nature when we look at things like depression, anxiety, PTSD. Some of these things have significant neurological underpinnings.” Dr. Phil
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BRADLEY A. JABOUR, MD CEO/Chief of Radiology
Founded multiple leading medical companies utilizing his academic and research expertise:
Medical Imaging Center of Southern California in both Santa Monica and Beverly Hills, the premier multi-modality outpatient imaging facility in Los Angeles.
DISC Surgery Center (Directed Interventional Surgery Center, Inc.), specializing in spine pain management, minimally invasive prostate surgery, and breast surgery.
Smart Brain and Health was founded to focus on the latest neuroimaging and neurotherapeutic techniques for the diagnosis and treatment of various neurological disorders including Depression and OCD.
He also founded a comprehensive breast center and WIMI facility (Women’s Imaging at Medical Imaging), dedicated to women’s health issues.
He founded Smart Heart and Health, a concierge-style innovative preventive imaging company and developed the Zero-Rad scan, a non-invasive zero radiation whole-body MRI; a powerful tool for the safe early detection and screening of disease. Smart Heart and Health also performs CT Coronary Angiograms and other screening studies such as Virtual Colonoscopy.
Prostate MRI Health – a highly-specialized, non-invasive prostate MRI exam that scans for prostate abnormalities
Dr. Jabour is an internationally recognized Neuroradiologist with more than 30 years of experience in academic and clinical practice having authored dozens of peer-reviewed research articles as well as textbook chapters.
Served his radiology residency at Stanford University and University of Southern California (USC).
He is a senior member of the American Society of Neuroradiology (ASNR), having performed Fellowship in Neuroradiology at USC and Interventional Radiology and Head and Neck fellowship at University of California- Los Angeles (UCLA).
He was appointed to the radiology faculty at UCLA where he was Attending Professor in Head and Neck Radiology and was Chief of Neuroradiology at the VA UCLA Medical Center.
Until as recently as 2013, he was Attending Radiologist at the UCLA Head and Neck Grand Rounds.
Dr. Jabour received the prestigious Certificate of Merit Award from the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) in 1991 for his research in defining the role of PET scanning in detecting cancer in the extracranial head and neck.
In addition, Dr. Jabour gained national recognition for developing new techniques in cancer imaging in the head and neck using PET/CT.
Dr. Jabour’s most recent interest is in the field of functional MRI (fMRI) and its role in evaluating neurological disorders including brain degeneration, traumatic brain injury, and neuropsychiatric disorders.
He is a member of the American Medical Association, Radiological Society of North America (RSNA), California Radiology Society, American Society of Head and Neck Radiology, an