Francis Kralick, DO, a board-certified neurosurgeon, is the chief of neurosurgery at Hahnemann University Hospital, a Level I trauma center. Dr. Kralick performs a myriad of elective and trauma spine surgeries. His expertise in treating cerebral spinal fluid anomalies is displayed by his surgical experience, as well as in his research. He performs cranial procedures ranging from craniotomies to tumor excisions, in both trauma and elective cases. He maintains outpatient offices in Philadelphia and Jennersville, Pa.
Dr. Kralick was inducted as a fellow into the American College of Osteopathic Surgeons in 2008. His background in mechanics and engineering has given him an advantage in the technology-rich field of neurosurgery, and particularly in spinal surgery.
During his residency at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Dr. Kralick was awarded a national resident achievement award in neurosurgery. After his residency, he was fellowship trained by Dr. Frederick Simeone in complex spinal surgery.