Some of the conditions treated:
- Acoustic neuroma A benign (non-cancerous) tumor that grows slowly next to the inner ear. It can cause hearing loss and ringing in the ears.
- Alzheimer's Disease
- Aneurysm Abnormal bulge in the vessels caused by a weakened area in the vessel wall.
- Arnold-Chiari A rare genetic disorder where part of the brain extends down into the spinal cord.
- Brain and Spinal Tumors A growth of abnormal cells in the brain. Some are benign and some are malignant.
- Craniosynostosis The bones of an infant's skull close before the brain is fully formed.
- Disorders of the peripheral nervous system:
- Diabetic neuropathy or nerve pain
- Brachial Plexus Neuropathies Disease of the roots or nerves of the neck which cause weakness, pain, and decreased sensation in the arms.
- Nerve Compression Syndrome Compression of the nerves or nerve roots.
- Guillain-Barre Syndrome Inflammation of the nerves which cause weakness and loss of sensation.
- Epilepsy and seizures Recurring seizures
- Hydrocephalus Excessive fluid or water on the brain.
- Neurofibromatosis Genetic disorder which causes tumors to grow on the nerves. These are usually benign. They can grow on the brain or spinal cord.
- Parkinson's Disease Central Nervous System disorder that usually starts with a tremor but can affect speech and walking.
- Pituitary tumors Abnormal growth on the pituitary gland. Most are non-cancerous. The pituitary gland helps regulate hormones.
- Sleep Apnea
- Spine conditions
- Chronic back pain Pain greater than six months.
- Degenerative back and neck conditions Deterioration of your spine that sometimes happens with age and can result in pain.
- Spinal fractures A break in the back or neck.
- Spinal stenosisNarrowing in the spine that can press on the nerves and can cause pain.
- Spinal tumors Abnormal tissue growth on the spine.
- Stroke Area of the brain that doesn't get adequate blood supply.
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