With the best specialists located under one roof, our patients receive the highest level of coordinated neurospine care with the most effective results. Our team of experts will coordinate an individualized, comprehensive treatment plan to get you back to the pain-free life you remember!
With a custom treatment plan, our physicians try to utilize all possible non-surgical options before recommending surgery. In fact, 90% of our patients are treated non-operatively.
Minimally invasive neurosurgery utilizes state of the art, neuro-navigation technology to access delicate areas of the brain and spine. This technique reduces incision size and usually allows surgeons to hide cosmetic scars. Our specialists are well versed in minimally invasive surgery and utilizes these techniques to treat many conditions.
Some of these conditions include:
Neuroendoscopy is a minimally invasive surgical technique that provides access to the brain through the mouth or nasal canal using a small, flexible tube with a camera and a small set of surgical instruments.
This technique makes previously inaccessible surgeries possible with minimal damage to other areas of the skull.
Treatment of a spinal fracture caused by osteoporosis is generally two-pronged, involving both treatment of the fracture, and treatment of the underlying osteoporosis which led to the fracture.
A Spinal fusion permanently joins two or more vertebrae to improve stability, correct deformities, or reduce pain. Your primary care physician might recommend a spinal fusion to treat:
Deep brain stimulation (DBS) is a surgical treatment that transmits electric signals to areas of the brain typically responsible for motor functions. The stimulator transmits or sends these electrical pulses to block the faulty nerve signals that cause tremors, chronic pain, and other symptoms.
Deep brain stimulation (DBS) could help treat many of the symptoms caused by the following movement disorders: