Hildegarde Geisse, MD

Hildegarde Geisse MDDr. Geisse, MD is a practicing Neurologist in Ft Lauderdale, FL. Dr. Geisse graduated from New York Medical College in 1987 and has been in practice for 32 years. Dr. Geisse also specializes in Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine & OMM. She currently practices at Florida Nerve Med LLC and is affiliated with Delray Medical Center and Boca Raton Community Hospital. Dr. Geisse accepts multiple insurance plans including Aetna, Humana, and Medicare. Dr. Geisse also practices at Orthopaedics Surgery Associates in Boca Raton, FL.

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EDUCATION:              
Medical School
Fifth Pathway: New York Medical College, Valhalla, N.Y.
1992-1993
Center for Univeristy Studies Xochicalco, Mexico
1983 -1987
Bachelor of Science
University of California, Los Angeles, CA, 1978-1983

Internship – Internal Medicine (PGY1)
New York Medical College
St. Vincents Hospital and Medical Center of New York, NY,  
1993-1994

Neurology Resident (PGY2 , PGY3)
New York Medical College
St. Vincents Hospital and Medical Center of New York, NY,
1994-1996

Electromyography, Clinical Neurophysiology and Neuromuscular Fellow (PGY5) 
Mount Sinai Hospital and Medical Center, New York, NY  
1997-1998

MEDICAL LICENSES:  

New York State – License # 205732-1
New Jersey – License # MA 69237
California – License # A 053671
Florida – License # ME 96190

PUBLICATIONS:         

Sherman DG, Atkinson, RP, et all:  Intravenous Ancrod for Treatment of Acute Ischemic Stroke, Journal of the American Medical Association, 283:18. 2000.

Ellis RJ, Geisse H, et all:  Ilioinguinal Nerve Conduction, Muscle and Nerve, 15 (#10): 1194, 1992.

Sander HW,  Geisse H.  Quinto CJ, Chokroverty, S., Sensory Sleep Starts, Journal of Neurology Neurosurgery and Psychiatry, 64:690, 1998.

Eidelson SG.,  Eidelson D,  Ingwer Z,  Geisse H.   “A Less Invasive Technique Using Interspinous Process Decompression Implants (IPI) with Bone Dowel Fusion for Moderate to Severe Spinal Stenosis.  Society for Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery 2009 Meeting.
Las Vegas, NV   October 9-12, 2009.

Eidelson S.G., Geisse H,  Fleming J,  Eidelson D.   “New Techniques Treating Elderly Patients with Radicular Pain and Neuropathic Symptoms Using Interspinous Process Implants (MLIF) for Severe Lumbar Spondylosis. 3rd International Congress on Neuropathic Pain. 
Athens, Greece     May 27-30, 2010

ABSTRACTS:               

Simpson DM, Geisse H, Alampur U, Woo P, Progressive dysphagia and dysarthria in a 79 year old man.  Case presentation at the 50th American Academy of Neurology Annual Meeting, Unusual diagnostic and Management Problems in Neuromuscular Disease.

Sander HW, Chokroverty, S., Tavoulareas, G., and Geisse H.,  The Myotonia of Proximal Myotonic Myopathy is Provoked by Heat.  Presented at the American Association of Electrodiagnostic Medicine Annual Meeting, 1996.

Sander HW, Geisse H, Qinto CJ, Chokroverty, S, Sensory “Sleep Starts” Misdiagnosed as Simple or Complex Partial Seizures.  Poster Presentation at the American Academy of Neurology 49th Annual Meeting Program, P04.116.

Swenson MR, Geisse H.  Sympathetic Skin Response:  Four limb recording.  Presented at the American EEG Society Annual Meeting, September, 1992, San Francisco, CA.

Ellis RJ, Geisse H.  Basia  AH, Swenson MR Ilioinguinal Nerve Conduction.  Presented at the American Association of Electrodiagnostic Medicine Annual Scientific Meeting, 1992.
                                   
Eidelson SG., Geisse   H, Fleming J, Eidelson D.   “New Techniques Treating Elderly Patients with
Radicular Pain and Neuropathic Symptoms Using Interspinous Process Implants (MLIF) for Severe Lumbar Spondylosis.” 3rd International Congress on Neuropathic Pain.   Athens, Greece     May 27-30, 2010.

Eidelson SG., Geisse  H, Eidelson  D, Fleming J.  “Treating 25 Elderly Patients With Multiple Comorbidities Using Interspinous Process Implants (MLIF) for Severe Lumbar Spondylosis With No Postoperative Surgical Wound Infections”. Southern Orthopaedic Association 27th Annual Meeting. Fajardo, Puerto Rico. June 16-19, 2010

EidelsonSG., Geisse H; Fleming J.   Treating 25 Elderly Patients with Multiple Comorbidities Using Interspinous Process Implants (MLIF) for Severe Lumbar Spopndylosis With No Postoperative Surgical Wound Infections. 13th World Congress Pain.  Montreal, Canada August 29- September 2, 2010.

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