Care for Neurological and Spinal Disorders
Physicians at the Spine and Neurosurgery Program at Centennial Hills Hospital Medical Center use non-surgical and surgical therapies to help treat neurological and spinal disorders, and help people live an active life. Physicians will evaluate your condition and recommend a treatment program that could include physical or occupational rehabilitation, exercise or other therapies to relieve pain and help increase function. If surgery is required, many procedures can be performed using minimally invasive techniques, which may result in a shorter hospital stay and a quicker recovery time.
Our specialized services include include minimally invasive spinal surgery, skull base surgery and outpatient therapy and rehabilitation. Learn more about each below.
Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery
When operating on the spine, many procedures can be done with minimally invasive techniques, in which the surgeon makes small incisions in the spine area, and uses small cameras designed for viewing internal portions of the body.
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Skull Base Neurosurgery
Surgeons take care to minimize the size of a bone opening during skull base surgery so recovery may be faster. Refinements in skull base surgery techniques now allow Centennial Hill Hospital neurosurgeons to treat brain tumors that were previously thought to be inoperable. Learn more >
Outpatient Therapy and Rehabilitation
The intensive rehabilitation program at Centennial Hills Hospital Outpatient Therapy Center helps patients achieve the highest level of independence possible following spine or neurosurgery. Learn more >
If you need a referral to a spine specialist or neurosurgeon who practices at Centennial Hills Hospital Medical Center, contact our free Doctors Plus referral program at 702-388-4888.