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Dr. Joseph Maroon
Welcome to the website of Dr. Joseph Maroon, Neurosurgeon and Vice Chairman and Professor of the Department of Neurological Surgery at UPMC

Neurosurgeon | Professor | Athlete Dr. Maroon is a world-renowned neurosurgeon with extensive experience in neurosurgery. He specializes in minimally invasive surgery to speed recovery for his patients. He is a sports medicine expert and innovator in concussion management, personal fitness and nutrition. As an Ironman triathlete, he lives and breathes his own advice. Welcome to his website!

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    Speaking Out for Youth Football – One Parents Perspective

    November 20, 2015 – The Huffington Post published yesterday the thoughts and perspective of a parent who has allowed her son to play football and why it is so important for her and her son’s life.  This parent is also a colleague and co-work of mine here at UPMC.  Erin Donovan is physician assistant in […]

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    Omega-3 Fish Oil for Better Health see Video Webinar

    Webinar Video – In this three part webinar Dr Joseph Maroon discusses the history, mechanisms and benefits of Omega-3 EPA and DHA separately and together. This webinar was recently presented to chiropractors who are on the cutting edge when using alternative and natural therapies for their patients. Dr Maroon discusses recent research on EPA and DHA, the […]

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  • UPMC Concussion Survey

    New UPMC Survey on Concussion Shows Public Confusion

    October 2015 – A recent survey sponsored by UPMC shows that Americans are very concerned about concussions but are also poorly informed about concussion management and treatment. The survey results HERE, are some of the first ever done since sports concussion have been highlighted by the media. “This survey highlights the myths about concussion and […]

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