Miss Stana Bojanic is a Consultant Neurosurgeon and Spinal Surgeon at the Oxford University Hospitals Trust and the
Manor Hospital in Oxford. She was appointed to her consultant post in 2004. She qualified from London University and undertook her neurosurgical training in Bristol and Oxford. She was awarded the Lang Research Fellowship by the Royal College of Surgeons of England and completed this research year during her neurosurgical training in Bristol.
She has served as the Spinal Lead for Neurosurgery in Oxford. Stana is available to see all spinal problems, with a specialist interest in degenerative spine, spinal tumours, spinal dysraphism, spinal and neuropathic pain.
Stana is also a senior member of the Functional Neurosurgical team. She has developed the Neuromodulation Service in Oxford into one of the major implant centres in the UK for patients with neuropathic pain, spinal pain and spasticity. She is currently President of the Neuromodulation Society of UK and Ireland. She sits on the Board of the International Neuromodulation Society.
This has enabled her to provide an integrated and holistic approach to management of spinal and neuropathic pain.
Stana has a specialist interest in the management of Trigeminal Neuralgia and complex face pain. She is part of the complex face team at the John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford. She also enjoys teaching and is an Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer, Faculty of Medicine, Oxford University.
Stana has published papers on neuro-oncology, neuromodulation techniques and outcomes, arachnoid cysts and craniofacial trauma in peer-reviewed journals. She has written book chapters on Spinal Cord Stimulation, Arachnoid Cysts and Management of Neurosurgical Emergencies. She is a Primary Investigator for the study of High-Intensity Frequency Ultrasound (HIFU) treatment for Sacro-coccygeal spinal tumours. She is an Investigator for the PROMISE international trial (assessing spinal cord stimulation in predominant low back pain).