Clinical Care

Indiana University School of Medicine faculty neurosurgeons, who are highly respected in Indiana and throughout the country, provide advanced care to patients who require neurological surgery.

These highly skilled, compassionate experts instill confidence and trust among a large and diverse patient population of both adults and children through IU Health Physicians, the IU School of Medicine faculty practice plan and a partnership with IU Health.

As academic surgeons, IU School of Medicine neurosurgeons remain up-to-date on the most promising advances in neurosurgical care and play a critical role in developing innovative approaches to patient care through clinical research studies. As a result, patients can trust that they are being cared for by the most accomplished neurosurgeons as part of a comprehensive, multi-disciplinary team of experts prepared to address even the most complex medical needs.

These surgeons treat the full spectrum of brain, spine and nerve-related conditions, including brain aneurysms, tumors and injuries.

Specialty Programs

Neurosurgical Oncology

Clinical care for patients with brain and spine tumors is an essential component of the Department of Neurological Surgery.

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Stereotatic and Functional Neurosurgery

Movement disorders, including Parkinson’s disease and Essential Tremor, are treated with a multidisciplinary team approach.

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Through advanced technology and experience, IU School of Medicine spine specialists are finding new and effective surgical and non-surgical ways to care for the spine.

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Trauma surgeons at IU School of Medicine treat complex brain and spinal cord injuries at IU Health Methodist Hospital and other locations.

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If a procedure is being successfully performed somewhere in the world, it is available to the patients treated by IU School of Medicine neurovascular faculty.

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Pediatric Neurosurgery

Pediatric neurosurgeons at IU School of Medicine are well-trained to meet the unique surgical needs for children with neurological issues.

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