The NICO BrainPath technology is used to treat patients with subcortical brain abnormalities such as tumors and hemorrhages.
Stereotactic radiosurgery, also known as Gamma Knife, is a preferred method of radiation therapy used to treat tumors and other abnormalities and dysfunctions in the brain.
This minimally invasive surgical procedure in which a narrow tube with a lens and light source is inserted into a small opening in the body cavity.
Stereotactic Laser Induced Thermotherapy was developed as a minimally invasive therapy for the ablation of soft tissue lesions in adults and pediatrics.
Cervical artificial disc replacement is a newer surgical option that replaces the damaged painful disc with the prosthetic implant to maintain motion but relieve the pain.
Lateral lumbar interbody fusion or XLIF is a minimally invasive procedure performed by accessing the space between the spinal disc on the patient's side.
The role of a neurosurgeon is multi-faceted and although surgery plays a large role, this is only part of what we do. GHNC makes a special effort to see and evaluate our patients.
Neuropsychological evaluations will help diagnose both your strengths and weaknesses to provide adequate treatment recommendations.