A neurosurgeon is trained in surgical treatment of disorders that affect the brain, spinal cord, nerves, and the system of blood vessels that circulates blood in the brain (cerebrovascular system). Our surgeons have specialized training in many aspects of neurosurgery and work with you to develop a unique plan to achieve your best outcome. Our nurses are specially trained in caring for patients with neurological disease or injury.   

Today, open craniotomy procedures are being replaced with less-invasive catheter-based techniques that are performed through a needle stick.  

With the addition of the biplane neuroangiography technology, our treatment options continue to expand. Doctors can follow the path of blood flow through the vessels in your brain. A roadmap is created that helps pinpoint the precise location of disease or malformation. 

Together with you and your loved ones, we can provide the right care options to meet your needs and help get you back to your life.  

We can provide expertise in many aspects of neurosurgery, including  

  • Brain tumors 
  • Cerebral vascular disease 
  • Minimally invasive spinal surgery 
  • Neurological trauma 
  • Neuro-oncology 
  • Stroke 

And treat disorders that include:

Spinal disorders 

  • Adult degenerative back problems and disc disease 
  • Cervical disc herniation 
  • Congenital spinal disorders 
  • Lumbar disc herniation 
  • Spinal degenerative disease 
  • Spinal tumors 
  • Spinal cord trauma 
  • Spinal trauma 
  • Spinal tumors 
  • Thoracic disc herniation 

Brain disorders 

  • Brain trauma 
  • Brain tumors 
  • CP angle tumors 
  • Pituitary tumors 
  • Cranial trauma 
  • Neurotrauma 

Cerebrovascular disease 

  • Arteriovenous malformation (AVM) 
  • Carotid issues 
  • Cavernoma or cavernous angiomas 
  • Cerebral aneurysms 
  • Dural AV fistulas 
  • Ischemic stroke 
  • Moyamoya 
  • Transient ischemic attack (TIA) 

Accredited Stroke Program

We have a comprehensive program for treatment and recovery from stroke with a team that includes cardiology, neurosciences and rehabilitation specialists.