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Neuroradiology Consultant Geoffrey Negin

Geoffrey A. Negin, MD, PA
Geoffrey A. Negin, MD
Neuroradiologist
11154 Harbour Estates Circle
Fort Myers FL 33908
USA
phone: 239-994-0421
fax: 239-489-1818
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Geoffrey A. Negin, MD is Fellowship Trained in Neuroradiology and MRI. Actively practicing general radiology for over 20 years with fellowship training in Neuroradiology. He is a Senior Member of the American Society of Neuroradiology. Dr. Negin specializes in Injuries and Disorders of the Brain and Spine. He is currently the Director of Outpatient Imaging at Florida Radiology Consultants, a 19 person radiology practice, where he oversees research, clinical trials, and imaging protocols.

Dr. Negin has been performing medical-legal case reviews for over 20 years including matters related to personal injury, medical malpractice, traumatic brain injury and non accidental trauma. Dr. Negin has extensive experience in depositions and trial testimony. He is available to attorneys for both Plaintiff and Defense. References relating to medical expert and trial testimony expertise are available upon request.

Areas of Expertise:
  • Brain and Spine Imaging
  • Musculoskeletal Imaging
  • Head, Neck and Spine Imaging
  • Musculoskeletal Imaging
  • Personal Injury Imaging
  • Traumatic Injury Imaging
  • Medical Malpractice Imaging
  • Child Abuse Imaging
  • General Radiology Imaging
  • TBI/Dementia Imaging
  • Standard of Care
  • Injury Causation Assessment


  • View Dr. Negin's Expert Witness Profile.
    1/14/2014 · Medical
    Vertebral compression fractures associated with osteoporosis occur with increasing frequency as skeletal mass and bone strength diminish with the aging process (1). These fractures generally involve collapse and compression of the vertebral body, associated with a wedge deformity, which may lead to kyphotic angulation of the spine (2). In the United States alone, it is estimated that one-quarter of white postmenopausal women are affected by fractures of the vertebrae (3), and among persons 65 years of age or older, vertebral fractures account for 150,000 hospital admissions in the United States annually (4).