• Complex Spine Surgery

  • Brain and Skullbase Surgery

  • Peripheral Nerve Surgery

  • Functional Neurosurgery

  • Gamma Knife Radiosurgery

  • Stereotactic Neurosurgery

  • Cerebral Vascular Neurosurgery


       Dr. Sean Xie is a graduate of Wake Forest University Bowman Gray School of Medicine (Winston-Salem, North Carolina) in 1998.  He completed his general surgery internship and neurosurgery residency at New Jersey Medical School (Newark, New Jersey).  In addition to brain and skull surgery, he has specialty training in complex spinal surgery, peripheral nerve surgery, and stereotactic radiosurgery.

       Modern neurosurgery incorporates the ever-changing medical advances from recent researches and innovations.  This requires the new generation of neurosurgeons to be the leaders in the cutting-edge technology.  Prior to his medical training, Dr. Xie majored in electronic and computer engineering (summa cum laude) at Arizona State University (Tempe, Arizona), and worked as a computer engineer and consultant.  His knowledge in advanced modern medical technologies and devices plays a key role in his daily practice, where state-of-the-art advances and equipment are essential elements in contemporary neurosurgery. 

       Currently, practicing in the greater Los Angeles metropolitan area, Dr. Xie is the Chairman and Director of The Division of Neurological Surgery at Good Samaritan Hospital (Los Angeles, California).  He also holds staff privileges at  Alhambra Hospital (Alhambra, California), Pacific Alliance Medical Center (Los Angeles, California), San Gabriel Valley Medical Center (San Gabriel, California), and California Hospital Medical Center (Los Angeles, California).

       Dr. Xie holds the Distinguished Senior Award from Arizona State University, and he is an elected member of the National Medical Honor Society (AOA).  Dr. Xie, Diplomate American Board of Neurological Surgery, is fully certified by the American Neurosurgery Board. Dr. Xie has active membership with several neurosurgery associations and societies. He was also previously a member of The Young Neurosurgeons Committee. 

       During the national meetings of the Congress of Neurological Surgeons, Dr. Xie presented his papers on "The Prevalence of Pediatric Spinal Trauma in An Inner City Hospital" and "Effects of Gastrointestinal Trauma on Intracranial Contusion."  He is currently the co-author of  the neuro-oncology tumor board at Good Samaritan Hospital. He was the author of the November, 2004 issue of "Case of The Month" for the Good Samaritan Oncology Publication, and Dr. Xie also spoke on the topic of "Back Pain in Neurosurgery Practice" in the Good Samaritan Grand Rounds in February 2005. 


For Consultations:

Los Angeles Neurosurgery Associates
1414 South Grand Avenue, Suite 100
Los Angeles, California 90015
(213) 977-1102, (213) 977-0656 (fax)
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