NGPG Neurosurgery’s board-certified neurosurgeons provide high-quality care and the latest treatment options for patients with neurological conditions.
NGPG offers the following surgical procedures for neurological conditions:
Deep brain stimulation is a neurosurgical treatment that has been shown to provide significant improvements for otherwise treatment-resistant movement disorders, such as Parkinson’s disease. Learn more.
Discectomy is the most typical surgery for a herniated disc. During a discectomy, surgeons remove all or part of the damaged intervertebral disc. Most patients with a herniated disc respond well to non-surgical treatments, but if several months have passed without relief, your doctor may recommend surgery. Learn more.
EC-IC (short for extracranial-intracranial) bypass surgery is performed to restore blood flow to the brain. A cerebral bypass is the brain’s equivalent of a coronary bypass in the heart. The procedure connects a blood vessel from outside the brain to a vessel inside the brain to reroute blood flow around a damaged or blocked artery. This type of surgery is used to treat aneurysms, moyamoya disease, and stroke symptoms.
Microdiscectomy is a minimally invasive procedure that removes small fragments of spinal disc, ligament, and bone to relieve pressure from a herniated disc.
Whereas some conditions require open surgery, which has a longer recovery time, others can be treated by using minimally invasive techniques, which result in smaller incisions, shorter hospital stays, less pain after surgery, and fewer complications. Neurosurgeons often use minimally invasive techniques in brain or spine surgery.
Stereotactic radiosurgery is a minimally invasive technique that uses 3D imaging to target high doses of radiation to affected areas in the brain or spine. This type of surgery requires no incisions and has a minimal impact on the surrounding healthy tissue.
Conditions We Treat
Some of the conditions that may benefit from neurosurgical treatment include:
- Brain and spinal cord tumors
- Vascular disorders, such as aneurysms and stroke
- Peripheral nerve damage
- Carpel tunnel syndrome
- Trigeminal neuralgia
- Back and neck pain
- Degenerative disc disease (e.g., herniated discs)
- Intracerebral hemorrhage from aneurysm, AVM, or DAVF
Why Choose NGPG
When neurological conditions do not respond to non-surgical treatment, surgery may be the best route to condition relief or management. Patients who choose NGPG receive excellent care for certified specialists and have access to the Northeast Georgia Medical Center’s state-of-the-art surgical facilities. NGPG neurosurgeons use safe, effective, and proven surgical techniques, helping patients recover faster, spending less time in hospitals and more time at home.
Meet with a neurologist to learn more about the treatment options right for you. To request an appointment, please call our office phone at (770) 219-6520 or fill out the contact form below.
Does NGPG Accept My Insurance?
NGPG accepts most major insurance plans. For specific inquiries, verify coverage with your health plan or call our office.