Dr. Raul A. Rodas

Meet Your Doctor

Dr. Raul A. Rodas is board certified in neurology and neurosurgery and is licensed in Florida, Kentucky, and California. He has special expertise in a number of areas including back injuries, spinal fractures, head and neck disorders, Parkinson’s Disease, and neurosurgery. Dr. Rodas is the Founder and Director of The Neurohealth Center, which is devoted to treating a variety of neurological disorders.

Dr. Rodas graduated medical school from Michigan State University in 1983 and received his Bachelor of Biochemistry and General Science from the University of Oregon in 1978. He did his post-graduate training at a number of facilities including Tulsa Regional Medical Center, Jackson Memorial Hospital, Detroit Receiving Hospital, Hershey Medical Center, SUNY@Buffalo, and Midwestern University where he was Chief Resident. He also was a Fellow at University of Michigan Medical Center and Roswell Park Cancer Institute. His post-graduate training experiences have allowed him to deliver tertiary level comprehensive neurological and neurosurgical care to a community hospital setting.

Dr. Rodas has received a number of awards and honors and has been published in several medical periodicals, books, and abstracts. He has been invited to present on a number of topics including brain tumors, radiosurgery, and spine surgery. He is certified in CyberKnife (Accuray®) Image Guided Robotic Radiosurgery and Gamma Knife Radiosurgery. He is an Assistant Professor of Neurosurgery at the University of Central Florida, an Associate Clinical Professor in the Department of Surgery-Neurosurgery at Nova Southeastern University, and an Associate Professor in the Department of Surgery-Neurosurgery at Lake Erie, College of Osteopathic Medicine, Bradenton Campus. He also serves as a General Science Advisory Committee Member for the National Brain Tumor Society/National Brain Tumor Foundation based in San Francisco.

In addition to his academic accomplishments, Dr. Rodas has some notable athletic achievements. He received a NCAA Scholarship to the University of Oregon for Gymnastics. He was an All American Gymnast and National Team Member for the U.S. and represented the country in international gymnastics competitions in England, Germany, Spain, France, Italy, Switzerland, Canada, Mexico, South America and Japan.