We are very excited to announce that Georgia Neurosurgical Institute has invested in the Mazor X Stealth™ Edition Robotic Guidance Platform for our Outpatient Surgery Center.
Did you know that a neurosurgeon regularly performs spinal surgery and helps patients on their recovery journey? Keep reading to discover FAQs.
The Georgia Neurosurgical Institute is proud to spotlight one of our very best neurosurgeons, Dr. Richard Rowe. He is among the best neurosurgeons in all of Georgia because he has trained in the most complex neurosurgical conditions of the skull base and has developed virtual reality computer technology training tools. Keep reading to find out more about your neurosurgeon, Dr. Richard Rowe.
Funds are being donated and countless hours of research is being done to fight brain cancer in America. Discover the answers to FAQs about brain tumors.
Many Americans who have a sedentary lifestyle experience back pain daily. Consider four surprising culprits of back pain and how the GNI team can help.
An arteriovenous malformation (AVM) is a rare condition that affects roughly 1% of the American population. Although small, it’s a serious condition that must be treated. In simple terms, arteriovenous malformation occurs when your blood vessels, arteries, and veins are tangled. These three parts of your body have incredibly important roles to complete, but AVM makes these roles very difficult. Keep reading to learn more about arteriovenous malformation:
Your arteries’ walls are incredibly strong, as they must move blood from the heart to the rest of the body. These arteries were designed with three layers to withstand the high pressure of the blood pumping within them. Sometimes, the wall is weakened due to its constant demands. This causes an area of the wall to balloon out which forms an aneurysm. If that aneurysm ruptures, the patient may experience a hemorrhagic stroke. Fortunately, there is an available treatment that can prevent the aneurysm from rupturing. Discover the details about an aneurysm clip: