The specialty-trained, board-certified neurosurgeons at the Center for Neurosurgery at MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center base their medical practices on the advanced treatment of conditions of the nervous system, divided into subspecialties of the brain, spine, and peripheral nerves.
Eight out of 10 Americans experience neck or back pain during their lives. In the past, surgical treatments for spine conditions were often as much a source of fear and pain as the conditions themselves. Minimally invasive spine surgery has changed this forever. Our expert neurosurgeons can help you determine whether spine surgery is right for you. They will address a range of minimally invasive surgery options for issues such as neck and lower back pain, as well as limb numbness, weakness, or tingling.
Our neurosurgeons use cutting-edge, minimally invasive technology to treat everything from chronic neck and back pain to some of the most complex diseases of the central nervous system, including stroke, aneurysms, and brain tumors. The unique partnership with the team of MedStar Franklin Square neurologists, orthopaedic surgeons, and pain management and rehabilitation specialists helps ensure patients receive the right diagnosis and most effective treatment plan.
Neurosurgery Conditions Treated
Our neurosurgeons treat a wide range of conditions of the nervous system, including:
Blood vessel malformations
- Diseases of the central nervous system
Fractures and nerve compression
Peripheral nerve conditions
- Traumatic head injuries
At MedStar Franklin Square, we offer some of the most advanced neurosurgery treatments and technologies currently available, including:
To schedule an appointment, please call 410-391-6904.
MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center
9000 Franklin Square Drive
Baltimore, MD 21237
9103 Franklin Square Drive
Rosedale, MD 21237
Achievements and Awards
- Restoring Active Lives: Minimally Invasive Surgery Makes all the Difference
- Healed and Happy: Daniel Mazan is Back on His Feet
- How Surgery for a Herniated Cervical Disc returned a patient's ability to walk