Our extensively trained spine surgeons now offer minimally-invasive, laser, and robotic-guided procedures, making spine surgery faster and more precise.
We are a world leader in performing Asleep Deep Brain Stimulation to treat Parkinson's disease, essential tremor, dystonia and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.
Performing surgery to remove a brain tumor while the patient is awake is an emerging surgical approach performed by specially trained neurosurgeons that allows the removal of the greatest amount of tumor with the least amount of damage to healthy brain tissue and functioning. It's a procedure called awake craniotomy. "Keeping the patient awake during brain tumor removal allows us to test critical portions of the brain that might be affected by resection," says Dr. Angela Bohnen, a fellowship-tr...READ MORE
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Deep brain stimulation continues to advance, making it safer and more effective for patients. New robotic-guided Asleep DBS, there is 10 times less risk for infection than the national average. And research now shows that DBS surgery earlier is better. Patients should consider surgery as early as four years after the start of symptoms and within months of medication losing effectiveness. Dr. David VanSickle, with NeurosurgeryOne’s Denver DBS Center, talks about these new research findings and gives an update on DBS in this video.
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Are you considering deep brain stimulation for Parkinson’s or essential tremor? Learn more about the new robotic-guided Asleep DBS, and whether you are a candidate.
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