Neurosurgeon in Quito
Dr. Duval Molina
Neurosurgeon specialized in spine surgery
Neurosurgeon in Quito
About my vocation and training
Dr. Duval Darío Molina Chóez is an Ecuadorian doctor who has specialized for 8 years at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), where he specialized in Neurosurgery and the High Specialty of Spine Surgery.
His training as a Neurosurgeon and Spine Surgeon was performed entirely at the most important and prestigious UNAM’s headquarters for these specialties: the National Institute of Neurology and Neurosurgery, “Manuel Velasco Suarez,” located in Mexico City.
He is a widely recognized neurosurgeon in his country in the medical field. As a spine surgeon, he has represented the AO Spine Latin America for Ecuador (period 2020- 2023).
Dr. Molina has also received the 2019 IOCIM international award “PRIZE TO THE MEDICAL BY ACHIEVEMENT FOR A BETTER LIFE.” And in 2022, he received a new award called “PRIZE SUCCESS” IOCIM in Punta Cana.
Dr. Duval Molina,
The most important services offered by Dr. Duval Molina in Quito, explained in detail for a better understanding
Correction of possible structural anomalies
Procedures to treat problems in the brain and surrounding structures
Spinal cord and nerve surgery
Correction of spinal cord and nerve anomalies that require surgical intervention
Offices in Quito
1. Citimed 5th floor office 549, Quito
2. Novaclínica Santa Cecilia
Office in Manta
3. UmiñaMed nº 604
Vía a Barbasquillo, Manta,
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Comments and testimonials of our most recent patients
“After the surgical treatment of a cervical hernia I can say that I am back to living a normal life. I am very grateful to Dr. Duval Molina for the intervention he carried out.”
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Some of Dr. Duval’s most recently published articles
Cranioplasty with autologous bone flange in convexity meningiomas with hyperostotic activity
Craniovertebral junction meningiomas: role of the posterolateral approach
Surgical Management of Nondysraphic Giant Thoracic Intramedullary Lipoma: A Case Report