Neurosurgery Procedures | Spine Surgery
Your nervous system plays an essential role in the normal function of your body. By transmitting vital information to and from your brain your nervous system enables your body to maintain equilibrium at all times. Your brain and spinal cord together make up your central nervous system. When something goes wrong with your neurological system, rehabilitation or surgery may sometimes be needed.
Neurosurgery often comes with high risks and simple mistakes can lead to permanent consequences. For this reason, choosing a professional who specializes in the brain and spinal cord is critical. Neurosurgeons provide surgical care to both adults and children with brain, spinal cord, and peripheral nerve injury or disease. These conditions might include tumors, trauma, decompression procedures, aneurysm repair, and more. You can also choose to consult with a neurosurgeon for non-surgical care of a neurodegenerative disease, neuro-trauma, or other neurological disease or condition.
American Medical Care’s professional neurosurgery network includes both neurosurgeons and orthopedic spine surgeons. Our network of neurosurgeon is board certified after 4 years of medical school training and 7 years of rigorous residency training followed by subspecialty fellowship training in high-risk brain and spinal procedures.
Our orthopedic spine surgeons complete a minimum five-year residency after 4 years of medical training. During this lengthy and rigorous training period they learn to diagnose and treat all disorders of the musculoskeletal system, in particular, spinal conditions that lie outside the outer lining of the spinal cord (the dura) as well as spinal deformities, such as spina bifida, scoliosis, and others.
Our experienced and caring surgeons are able to help patients who need professional care to have their surgery performed with minimum risks. American Medical Care’s expert surgeons have many years of experience and can perform the following neurosurgical procedures:
- Spinal Fusion
- Intracranial aneurysm
- Epilepsy surgery
As a medical tourism agency, American Medical Care understands your concerns about the potential risks involved with neurosurgery procedures. To make the selection process as simple as possible for you we have carefully chosen a curated network of board-certified neurosurgeons and spine surgeons from among those who are trained to the highest standards and are experienced in performing the most current techniques and procedures.
To find out how we can provide you with the best possible medical tourism and neurosurgical care, call us at 202-930-7870 or click here for a free quote. Our network our neurosurgeons and spine surgeons are located in Washington D.C., California, Georgia, Virginia, Florida, Maryland, New York, and more.