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Michigan Head and Spine Institute Newsletters

Each quarter, the physicians of Michigan Head and Spine Institute provide a newsletter containing the latest news and updates on the practice and practices and research in Neurosurgery and Physiatry. If you're not receiving our e-newsletters yet, sign up today!

It’s a pleasure to announce the addition of two highly respected physicians to MHSI’s medical staff. A big welcome to: Fredrick Junn, M.D., and Tejpaul Pannu, M.D. The current offices of Fredrick Junn, M.D. and Tejpaul Pannu, M.D., will become MHSI's newest location at: 18181 Oakwood Boulevard, Suite 403, Dearborn, MI 48124.

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Current patients of Dr. Junn and Dr. Pannu will continue to be seen in the same Dearborn office. To schedule an appointment, patients should make note of the new phone number, 313-438-5560.

Fredrick Junn, M.D., is a board certified neurosurgeon specializing in movement disorders, general neurosurgery, complex spine disorders, and peripheral nerve injuries.

Tejpaul Pannu, M.D., is also a board certified neurosurgeon specializing in complex spinal surgery, brain tumors, Trigeminal Neuralgia, and aneurysm surgery.

To schedule an appointment with Dr. Junn or Dr. Pannu, please call 313-438-5560. Or, visit to request an appointment online.

PaulEPeople struggling every day with Essential Tremor Disorder, like Paul E., will find that Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) can be life altering. What was embarrassing and uncontrollable shaking of his head, hands and even effected his speech is now under control after decades of progressive tremors, a disease that he and his sister share.

Older Couple Jogging webAre you a weekend warrior? With spring in full swing and summer fast approaching, many are anxious to hit the links, court, trails, lake and their own back yard. Remembering to take care of your back will help you continue to enjoy these activities all season long.

Whether your favorite activities consist of golf, running, bicycling, water sports or even yard work, it’s important to warm up. “A short 5 minute warm up can help stretch muscles that have not been stretched. Stretching before an activity generally reduces stress on the back muscles”, according to John Marshall, M.D., physiatrist at Michigan Head & Spine Institute. A warm up can consist of doing cardiovascular activities – such as walking or a light jog, or stretching the muscles that will be used during your chosen activity, before you begin. It’s always a good idea, when golfing or playing tennis, to take some practice swings to warm up those muscles that will be used during the activity.

Medical Bill webPatients frequently have many questions regarding insurance coverage and billing. Because each person’s insurance coverage is different, we’ve asked Melissa Riemer, billing department manager, for a few general tips to help patient’s better understand their bills:

Last year we launched an online patient satisfaction survey.  If you were treated during a specific month, and provided your email address when registering you should have received our request to complete this brief survey. 

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