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We asked more than 26,000 New Jersey doctors to tell us which of their fellow practitioners they consider New Jersey’s best doctors. The result: Our 2021 Jersey Choice list of the state’s 1,142 Top Doctors, as chosen by their peers. View our methodology, frequently asked questions and professional advisory board here.

David Estin, MD

About David Estin

Dr. David Estin and Dr. Ty Olson are board-certified neurosurgeons who specialize in treating the full spectrum of neurosurgical disorders. Their practice, which includes Drs. Jonathan Lustgarten and Christopher Gillis, delivers top-tier neurosurgery techniques and treatment in central New Jersey. Sharing a passion for their work, the physicians educate patients by bringing clarity to otherwise complex medical problems. “We empower patients to make the best decisions regarding their care,” says Dr. Estin.

Highly skilled in state-of-the-art minimally invasive techniques and the treatment of spinal disorders, brain tumors and peripheral nerve conditions, including tremors/facial pain using Gamma Knife® technology, both doctors are dedicated to achieving excellent outcomes. With a special interest in minimally invasive surgery for pituitary tumors of the brain, Dr. Estin is surgical director of the Zocchi Brain Tumor Center at Monmouth Medical Center and Chairman of Neurosurgery at Riverview Medical Center. Dr Olson has particular interest in minimally invasive spinal procedures and co-directs the Gamma Knife Center at Monmouth Medical Center. “Its wonderful seeing patients improve as a result of our interventions,” says Dr. Olson. The doctors have faculty appointments at NYU Grossman School of Medicine.

HOSPITAL AFFILIATIONS: Monmouth Medical Center, Long Branch; Riverview Medical Center, Red Bank; Bayshore Medical Center, Holmdel.

MEDICAL TRAINING: Dr. Estin: NYU Grossman School of Medicine (MD); Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center/Harvard Medical School (internship); Tufts Medical Center (residency). Dr. Olson: Duke University School of Medicine (MD); Columbia University Neurological Institute of New York (residency).