One of the most common senior ailments with distressing consequences are strokes. The consequent reduction in blood flow to the brain can cause permanent damage. It is essential to take fast action and catch signs of a stroke early to minimize damage to the brain. Despite this, 36% Of Stroke Sufferers Do Not Call 911.
This important topic will be covered in a Tri-State Neurovascular Summit entitled The Changing Face Of Stroke at which NSPC’s John Grant, M.D. will be a faculty member.
Neurological Surgery, P.C. (NSPC) is located in Nassau and Suffolk Counties, Manhattan and Queens and was named to Becker’s Spine Review, which is the most prestigious publication for medical care decision-makers. As a result, people in the tri-state area with brain or spinal disorders have the option to be treated by some of the top neurosurgeons in the country.
The top neurosurgeons at NSPC specialize in minimally invasive procedures to reduce the trauma of spinal and brain surgery. They offer stereotactic radiosurgery, spinal stimulators, microdiscectomy, kyphoplasty, neuro-endoscopy, carotid stents and other types of minimally invasive procedures. They also have specialists for children and treatments for epilepsy. Some of the common spine conditions they treat are herniated disc, back and neck pain, sciatica, spine tumors, fractured spine and chronic pain. The brain conditions they treat include pituitary tumor, meningioma, brain aneurysm, brain tumor, carotid stenosis, giloblastoma and brain AVM.
The experts at the NSPC group have been innovators in the field for more than 20 years. They brought groundbreaking medical advances to Long Island in the form of the latest endovascular techniques that are a combination of neurosurgery and interventional neuroradiology. The surgeons include international leaders in their fields of cerebrovascular and endovascular conditions and diagnosis, management and treatment of cerebral aneurysms, tumors and strokes. They are also the first in the region to offer the CO2 laser for surgeries on tumors that are deeply buried in the root of the skull. Some of the surgeons who belong to the NSPC group are the Chiefs of Neurosurgery in the top hospitals on Long Island.