Dr. Dean Karahalios will be joining the Advocate Medical Group (AMG) effective October 1, 2014.

Dean Karahalios, MD, brings to Advocate the highest level of expertise in minimally invasive spine and complex spine surgery, employing the latest state-of-the art techniques and technologies, and is considered a leader in these areas among his peers.
Dr. Karahalios will begin seeing patients beginning on October 7th, 2014 at the Good Samaritan Hospital office campus located at:
3825 Highland, Tower II, Suite 306, Downers Grove, IL 60515
For more information, please visit amgdoctors.com or contact 630.929.0632.

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I have recouperated well from surgery itself and I am so happy to be out of pain. Gerry and I continue to recommend Dr.Karahalios.
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