Beaumont's neurosurgeons offer a complete array of procedures, including:
- acute endovascular and surgical care of stroke and aneurysm patients
- endoscopic-assisted surgery
- pediatric neurosurgery including craniofacial reconstruction and shunts
Intracranial Surgical Procedures
- brain tumor removal
- skull base and cranial reconstruction
- arteriovenous malformation removal
- microsurgery for aneurysms and complex acoustic neuromas
- microsurgery and endoscopic surgery for trigeminal neuralgia
- microvascular reconstruction
- endovascular procedures for aneurysms, arterio venous malformations and brain tumors
- neuro-intensive care management for head and spinal cord injuries
- implantation of electrical stimulators for movement disorders, including Parkinson's disease
- surgery for epilepsy and functional disorders
- gamma radiosurgery for tumors, and arteriovenous malformations and trigeminal neuralgia
The neurovascular program at Beaumont is supported by endovascular
neurosurgeons and neuroradiologists who create a collaborative approach
to treatment of stroke-related neurosurgery patients.
Specialists in oncology and radiation oncology, who are coordinated
through a brain tumor board, assist in treating brain tumors.
For patients faced with brain or spinal surgery, finding an
experienced surgeon you can trust is paramount. Not only does Beaumont
have the largest group of interventional neurosurgical specialists in
the state for adults and children, care is delivered by a
multidisciplinary team, so patients benefit from the combined effort of
an array of medical experts.
Beaumont also has the largest practice in gamma radiosurgery in the
state, allowing us to treat many focal pain conditions, especially
trigeminal neuralgia. Using the most-advanced endoscopic techniques, we
are able to treat tumors of the brain with minimally invasive surgery.