Avery Jackson III
He answered the call on his life from The Lord to become a brain surgeon at the age of 8 years old.
-Bachelor of Arts- University of Chicago
-Internship- Northwestern University,
-Neurosurgery residency -Penn State University
-Complex neurosurgical spine fellowship – Medical College of Wisconsin
-He is a board certified Neurosurgeon
- He is the founder and Chief executive officer of the Michigan Neurosurgical Institute, a private practice collaboration with an emphasis on Compassion, Surgical Excellence, and Education.
-He has performed over 10,000 surgical procedures and seen over 100,000 patients in his busy neurosurgical practice to date.
-He has presented research at several national and international neurosurgical and spine conferences in the United States and abroad.
-He has participated and led several investigative trials and owns patents for inventions in areas of spinal and general surgery.
- He has been fortunate to be invited by Bishop Keith A. Butler and Pastor Deborah Butler ( his spiritual parents) to present several times on physical and mental health through the lens of God’s Word at the Word of Faith International Christian Center’s annual conference in Southfield, Michigan
- He has spoken on the Believers Voice of Victory with Reverand Kenneth Copeland on the subject of mental and physical health from God’s view. He has appeared on the Flashpoint News show on the Victory Channel and also serves on the Executive Board of Directors for Kenneth Copeland Ministries.
-He has been a speaker on Dr. Caroline Leaf’s podcasts as well as presented at Dr. Leaf’s conferences on mental health. He presented on the Dr. Leaf show on TBN and serves on her advisory board.
-He spoke on the Jim Bakker show as well as the Mondo show on topics related to mental and physical Health from God’s perspective.
He has a hunger for the things of God and continues to unabashedly lift the Lord Jesus Christ up through excellence in his area of calling as a Neurosurgeon.
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