BRAIN AND SPINE
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Atlanta Brain and Spine Care is metro Atlanta’s leading neurosurgery practice, offering effective and compassionate care to our patients. We have been treating spinal disorders and injuries since our inception in 2003.
Our dedicated team of neurosurgeons offer patients access to some of the world’s most advanced surgical treatments and procedures. We customize treatment plans based on proven techniques and utilize the most minimally invasive options available. Our skilled team of eight U.S. Board Certified Neurosurgeons specialize in providing treatment of herniated discs, spinal stenosis, spinal tumors, and other conditions.
Our award winning surgical practice has been recognized by U.S. News & World Report for Neurosurgery. Surgeons in our practice have also been named to Atlanta Magazine’s list of Top Doctors in Neurological Surgery. Atlanta Brain and Spine Care has five metro Atlanta locations to best meet your travel and recovery needs. Our main office is conveniently situated in the Buckhead area of Atlanta across from Piedmont Hospital. We have satellite locations in Fayetteville, Newnan, Stockbridge, Woodstock, and Vinings.
Call 404-350-0106 today to learn more about our neurosurgery options or to make an appointment to speak with a spine specialist at one of our area offices.
Atlanta Brain and Spine Care offers several Minimally Invasive Spine techniques and surgeries, which provide the same results as traditional methods, but eliminate lengthy recovery times, less painful incisions, and reduce soft tissue damage.
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“Expert Care, Human Touch”
“Expert care means you’re getting the best trained surgeons, cutting edge techniques. It is an honor to be entrusted with someone else’s care and we take that responsibility very seriously.”
“The time they spend with you and the actual care and compassion they show, you can tell based on their backgrounds… that they are the best of the best.”
Expert Care. Human Touch.
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