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Neurosurgery

Your nervous system is a complex network of thread-like nerves and cells that carry messages to and from your brain and spinal cord to various parts of your body, including the sensory organs, arms, hands, legs, and feet.

Nonsurgical
Options

You might think of a neurosurgeon as a physician that performs complex surgeries. And while it’s true, they do perform intricate surgical procedures on the spine and brain, diagnosing your condition and creating a progressive treatment plan that tries nonsurgical or conservative care first is more standard.

Pain
Management

After a neurological diagnosis, managing or reducing pain is an integral part of your recovery. While some neurological diseases and injuries require surgery, many are treated with medications, physical rehabilitation, and other nonsurgical therapies that can reduce symptoms and improve the quality of life.

Neurosurgery or neurological surgery is the specialty concerned with diagnosing and treating patients with injury to or disorders of the brain, spinal cord and column, and peripheral nerves within the body. It’s so much more than brain surgery!

Neurosurgery Consultation

If your condition has progressed past nonsurgical types of treatment and your physician has recommended surgery or referred you to a neurosurgeon, or symptoms indicate a potential need for surgery, contact our team today.

On our initial call, we will answer your questions and schedule a time for you to come and visit with our neurosurgeon. After reviewing your medical history and diagnostic tests, your team of medical specialists will present you with the best treatment options for your condition.

We offer nonsurgical and surgical means

CITIMED provides operative and non-operative management of neurological injuries and disorders, including prevention, diagnosis, evaluation, treatment, critical care, and rehabilitation. CITIMED’s board-certified neurosurgeon has extensive experience diagnosing and treating neurological diseases and traumatic injuries causing debilitating back and neck pain and radiating pain to the shoulders and extremities.

Neurosurgeon

Board Certified Neurosurgeon

Nonsurgical Options.

You might think of a neurosurgeon as a physician that performs complex surgeries. And while it’s true, they do perform intricate surgical procedures on the spine and brain, diagnosing your condition and creating a progressive treatment plan that tries nonsurgical or conservative care first is more standard. Your doctor may suggest treating your back pain medically with anti-inflammatory drugs, physical therapy, and other nonsurgical means.

Pain Management.

After a neurological diagnosis, managing or reducing pain is an integral part of your recovery. While some neurological diseases and injuries require surgery, many are treated with medications, physical rehabilitation, and other nonsurgical therapies that can reduce symptoms and improve the quality of life. Severe or lingering pain can lead to depression, sleep problems, and mobility limitations that slow healing. Suppose your pain is acute, chronic, or recurrent. You may consider noninvasive pain treatments that can include injections of an anesthetic medicine or steroid around your nerves, tendons, joints, muscles, or spinal cord stimulation, to block pain messages from reaching the brain.

Neurological Surgery.

Neurosurgery or neurological surgery is the specialty concerned with diagnosing and treating patients with injury to or disorders of the brain, spinal cord and column, and peripheral nerves within the body. It’s so much more than brain surgery!

CITIMED’s neurosurgeon treats all portions of the nervous system, including the brain, spinal cord, central and peripheral nervous system, and cerebrovascular system, and specializes in diagnosing and treating central and peripheral nervous system disorders, including trauma, brain or spine infections, stroke, spine diseases, etc.

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