California, Arizona, New Mexico, Idaho, Montana, Nebraska and Wyoming are among the 17 states and territories that are set to have a neurosurgeon in 2018.
While the states have to approve a specific surgeon, the practice of having a neurologist as a part of a team is already legal in some of them.
A recent report from the Washington Post found that 20 states and the District of Columbia have a neurology specialist as a team, according to a 2015 study.
The Post also found that there are now at least six neurosurgery centers in the United States, and there are more than 1,200 neurosurgeries performed in the U.S.
A neurosurge is an academic doctor who specializes in neurology.
They work in an outpatient setting, usually a hospital setting.
This includes neurology units and clinics.
They’re not surgeons, but they do a lot of work with patients and often take care of people with serious injuries, such as traumatic brain injuries or brain injuries caused by other causes, such in accidents, according the Post.
It’s a fairly small practice that’s primarily involved in treating patients with conditions like Alzheimer’s, stroke, spinal cord injuries and other conditions.
They can do neurosurges, and in many cases they’re actually able to perform them in a hospital environment.
In 2016, the National Association of Neurological Surgeons released a statement saying that it is very unlikely that the practice would be allowed.
The group said that the U,S.
Congress is considering legislation that would restrict the practice, and that the group is strongly opposed to that.