Our highly-skilled, nationally recognized neurosurgical team utilizes innovative surgical techniques to perform adult and pediatric surgery ranging from skull based treatment of lesions to complex spinal surgery and deep brain stimulation for movement
disorder to intricate epilepsy surgery.
Many of these surgeries involve the use of minimally invasive approaches in the brain and spine, often working collaboratively with surgeons from multidisciplinary services, to provide our patients with the most advanced treatment options.
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.
Our neurosurgery operating room is equipped with computer-assistance navigation guidance systems, advanced robotic technology, MRI-guided laser ablation and stereoelectroencephalography (SEEG) that enables our neurosurgical team to deliver optimal patient care and outcomes.
Our patients benefit from:
- reduced complication rates
- lower radiation exposure
- improved accuracy lessening the need for revisions
- reduction in hospital length of stay
- reduced need for post-op opioids
- faster return to patient’s normal daily activity
Beaumont is also leading the way to new treatments with clinical and basic science research in:
- stem cell regeneration of spinal discs
- stroke management and intervention
- spine reconstruction with minimally invasive surgery
- artificial disc replacements
- endovascular management of cerebral aneurysms
- treatment of vascular malformations with gamma radiosurgery