The neurosurgeons at Providence Medical Group – Southwest Washington Neurosurgery come from some of the best training programs in the country, such as the Mayo Clinic and the NIH, and have numerous publications, awards and research grants to their names.Our surgeons are committed to providing the highest quality care close to home, while remaining compassionate and attentive to each individual they treat.
Our doctors treat the full spectrum of spine conditions, including spine and spinal cord tumors; degenerative diseases and deformities, such as cervical, thoracic and lumbar herniated discs, stenosis, spondyloisthesis and scoliosis; lower-back pain; radiculopathy; infections; and disorders of the occipitocervical junction.
Diagnosis and treatment of malignant and non-malignant brain tumors. Each of our surgeons brings to the practice years of training and experience in all types of primary, metastatic and pituitary tumors, and knowledge of the latest, most advanced treatment modalities.
Surgeons at Providence Medical Group – Southwest Washington Neurosurgery treat a broad scope of other cranial disorders, including cysts, Chiari malformations, vascular malformations, acoustic neuromas, trigeminal neuralgia, and acquired and normal pressure hydrocephalus.
We see patients with peripheral nerve damage caused by compression, such as carpal tunnel syndrome affecting the use of the wrist and hand, ulnar nerve compression affecting the elbow and use of the lower arm, peroneal nerve dysfunction causing weakness and pain in the legs, or tumors in various locations that are arising from or compressing specific nerves.
With one of our neurosurgeons on call 24 hours a day and seven days a week, we are prepared to locally address a vast array of injuries and trauma cases, including open-skull injuries, intracranial hemorrhage, subdural hematomas, concussions and spine fractures.