Meet Dr. Andrew Romeo
Dr. Romeo, MD, is a fellowship-trained neurosurgeon who specializes in functional neurosurgery for the treatment of epilepsy and other movement disorders, including Parkinson’s disease and essential tremor, as well as complex brain surgery. He provides patients with access to up-to-date surgical techniques and high-quality care, including minimally invasive surgery.
Dr. Romeo believes in evidence-based medicine while also personalizing diagnostic and treatment strategies to meet the individual needs of his patients. Inspired by both his grandfather and father, who were physicians, Dr. Romeo knows how important it is to partner with patients. He gives out his personal cell phone as he wants patients to have access to him and keep him updated on how you’re doing.
Dr. Romeo believes that neurosurgery can have a dramatic impact on people’s lives. In many cases, surgery can help restore lost function to his patients, giving them the ability to return to activities they are missing. His additional training in functional neurosurgery allows him to bring the best of neurosurgery and neurology to his patients, empowering his patients with education and information to make the best decision for their lives. Other than his young son and wife, nothing gives him more joy than helping an epilepsy patient live a seizure-free life or restoring mobility for someone whose life was restricted by an injury, illness, or condition.
Emily, MPH, MSPAS, PA-C, specializes in movement disorders, spine conditions, and brain tumors. Jamie, MSN, APN, FNP-C, HNB-BC, CNRN, provides care in our Littleton and Lone Tree clinics. Kelly, MS, APN, ANP-C, specializes in inpatient and postop management of neurocritically ill.
Emily, MPH, MSPAS, PA-C, specializes in movement disorders, spine conditions, and brain tumors.
Jamie, MSN, APN, FNP-C, HNB-BC, CNRN, provides care in our Littleton and Lone Tree clinics.
Kelly, MS, APN, ANP-C, specializes in inpatient and postop management of neurocritically ill.