WellSpan Health’s neurosurgery program treats patients of all ages with neurologic conditions that require surgical treatment. Our specialists offer expert care in a compassionate environment, are respectful of your needs, and help you live life more fully.
We help you reach your personal health goals through:
- A team approach featuring specialists who work together to help you achieve the highest quality of life possible
- Coordinated care to help you understand and navigate your health so you can focus on healing
- Exceptional neurosurgical care and supporting services that help optimize lifelong wellness
All of our specialists are board-certified and provide state-of-the-art neurosurgical care. In addition, we provide a full range of surgical options including the latest minimally invasive surgical techniques. WellSpan neurosurgeons use a cranial and spine navigation system for more precise, less invasive procedures and improved clinical outcomes.
With WellSpan, you have a partner who will guide, educate, coordinate and provide individualized care for you every step of the way. We guide you on your journey to better health so you can live life to the fullest, both today and tomorrow.
Common conditions our experienced neurosurgeons treat include:
WellSpan neurosurgeons are also experienced in treating:
- Arteriovenous malformation (AVM)
- Cerebral clots
- Cervical spine disorders
- Essential tremor
- Intra-arterial thrombolysis
How We Can Help
Our neurosurgical providers will evaluate whether surgery is the best course of action to address your symptoms or condition. If a more conservative or less invasive approach is best, your provider will discuss this with you and make the appropriate referrals for you to receive the care you need. If surgery is the best course of action, our experienced and highly-trained neurosurgeons can operate on your head or spine.
Common spine surgeries of the neck and back include spinal decompression, spinal fusion, vertebroplasty/kyphoplasty to address vertebral fractures, spinal cord stimulators, and spinal deformity correction. Our surgeons have access to advanced technology, including surgical navigation systems, and use the most advanced techniques when indicated, including minimally invasive surgery.
Common surgeries of the head include tumor biopsy or removal, shunt placement to relieve cranial pressure due to illness or trauma, deep brain stimulation, vagal nerve stimulation, and correction of skull deformities, and aneurysm repair. Endovascular revascularization or aneurysm repair to prevent or address a stroke is also performed by a neurosurgeon sub-specializing in this unique type of brain surgery.
Our specialist treat a variety of vascular conditions the affect the nervous systems such as brain aneurysms, AVMs and carotid stenosis as well as strokes. This includes the use of minimally invasive techniques using micro-catheters that avoid the need for traditional open brain surgery techniques.
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