These are abnormal growths of cells in the brain. Treatment may involve surgery to remove the tumor, radiation therapy, and/or chemotherapy.
These are traumatic injuries to the head or spine. Treatment may involve surgery to repair damage, manage complications, and provide rehabilitation.
These are minimally invasive surgeries that use an endoscope, a thin, flexible tube with a camera and light, to access and operate on the brain or spine.
These are surgical procedures to remove a herniated disc in the spine using a microscope. They often involve smaller incisions and less damage to surrounding tissue than traditional open surgeries.
These are abnormalities in the structure of the brain or spine that are present from birth. Treatment may involve surgery to correct the deformity.
These are surgical procedures to treat disorders of the blood vessels in the brain or spine. Treatment may involve removing a blood clot or repairing a damaged blood vessel.
These are minimally invasive procedures that use heat to destroy small areas of tissue. They may be used to treat pain or other conditions in the spine.
These are surgical procedures that use a three-dimensional coordinate system to precisely target and treat abnormalities in the brain or spine.
These are surgical procedures that target specific areas of the brain to treat conditions such as Parkinson's disease, essential tremor, and epilepsy.
These are surgical procedures to remove the area of the brain that is causing seizures in people with epilepsy. They may be considered when medication fails to control seizures.
These are surgical procedures performed with minimal disruption to surrounding tissue. They often involve smaller incisions and less pain and scarring than traditional open surgeries.
On-site diagnostic imaging services, including CT scans and MRIs, for efficient evaluation and treatment planning.
Access to state-of-the-art operating rooms and surgical equipment for safe and effective procedures.
Comprehensive post-operative care and follow-up to ensure a smooth recovery.
Collaborative approach to care, working closely with other healthcare providers and specialists to ensure the best possible outcomes for patients.
Emergency care is available for patients with neurological emergencies, ensuring that they receive timely and appropriate care when they need it most.
24/7 support for patients with questions or concerns regarding their ongoing treatment.