Tag: Neurosurgery

When to See a Neurosurgeon

The types of conditions neurosurgeons diagnose and treat go beyond those of the brain. Neurosurgeons are specially trained to treat a variety of conditions, disorders and diseases that affect all aspects of the nervous system- from disorders of the spine and head injuries to chronic pain, nerve injuries and stroke.… Read more »

Neurosurgery Awareness Month 2016: Stroke

  It’s Neurosurgery Awareness Month! Each year in August, the American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS) focuses on the causes and prevention of neurological disorders and injuries, while recognizing the doctors committed to treatment. This year, the main focus of Neurosurgery Awareness Month is the role neurosurgeons play in stroke… Read more »

How is a Traumatic Brain Injury Diagnosed?

A traumatic brain injury, or TBI, is an injury caused by a sudden, forceful blow to the head. The effects of a TBI depend on the severity of impact and cause of injury, and may result in the disruption of normal brain function, damage to protective brain tissues, swelling, tearing… Read more »

What is Lumbar Spinal Stenosis?

At Rebound, our multidisciplinary team of specialized physicians are equipped with the latest technologies geared toward improving our patients’ quality of life. We believe in educating our patients of their choices and offer surgical and non-surgical options. All of our neurosurgery doctors are board certified and provide care for a… Read more »

Understanding Trigeminal Neuralgia

Rebound’s board-certified neurosurgery team is equipped with the latest technology to treat a variety of conditions that affect the brain and spine, including trigeminal neuralgia. This chronic pain condition is known for being extremely painful and often debilitating. Learn more about this condition from our neurosurgery team. What is Trigeminal… Read more »

Neurosurgery Awareness Month: Surgeon Spotlight

August is Neurosurgery Awareness Month! Each year in August, the American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS) focuses on the causes and prevention of traumatic brain injury, back pain, injury prevention and other neurological safety topics. This year, the American Association of Neurological Surgeons is focusing on the neurosurgeons themselves. At… Read more »

Kyphoplasty and Vertebroplasty

When it comes to approaching vertebral augmentation, there are two common and minimally invasive procedures that can help stabilize a vertebral fracture. These procedures, kyphoplasty and vertebroplasty, are offered by Rebound’s board-certified team of brain and spine neurosurgeons. “Vertebroplasty and kyphoplasty are two approaches that provide relief from the pain… Read more »

What is Hydrocephalus?

Rebound’s multidisciplinary team of specialized brain and spine neurosurgery physicians are equipped with the latest technologies geared toward improving patients’ quality of life. All of our neurosurgery doctors are board certified and provide care for a variety of conditions that affect the brain and spine, including hydrocephalus, a condition that… Read more »

What is CyberKnife?

Rebound’s brain and spine neurosurgery team uses the latest technology to treat its patients. Our board-certified neurosurgeons use two forms of stereotactic radiosurgery, Gamma Knife and CyberKnife, to treat neurological disorders and cancer. This technology provides an alternative to invasive surgery with minimal risk of complications. Learn more about one of our state-of-the-art… Read more »

What is Endoscopic Brain Surgery?

At Rebound, our multidisciplinary neurosurgery team is equipped with the latest technologies available to treat a variety of conditions that affect the brain, including tumors and lesions. Rebound neurosurgeon Dr. Ashok Modha explains endoscopic brain surgery, how it is used to treat the brain, and what risks and benefits patients should… Read more »