• Tumors

  • Brain Tumor: Abnormal and uncontrolled cell division within the brain, cranial nerves, skull or glands. A brain tumor may be cancerous (malignant) or non-cancerous (benign).

    Our multidisciplinary team offers individualized, quality healthcare on both an inpatient and outpatient basis with renowned surgical expertise.

    Our specialists include neurosurgeons, neuro-oncologists, medical oncologists, radiation oncologists and neuropathologists, all of who collaborate to offer the latest diagnostic and therapeutic (surgical and nonsurgical) treatments. This multidisciplinary approach, combined with advanced science and technology, offers patients an increased chance for survival and an improved quality of life.

    Our team can confirm the presence of a brain tumor and/or identify its location with:

    Early treatment can prevent additional complications and allow for a positive long-term prognosis. The type of treatment patients receive depends on their diagnosis and overall health.

    All of our patients receive personalized medical assessments to determine the best way to relieve symptoms, improve brain function and eliminate the source of the problem, all while maintaining the highest level of comfort possible.

    Some treatments include physical therapy, occupational therapy, personal safety measures and forms of pain relief. Additionally, counseling and support groups are a positive way our patients manage and discuss the various feelings they may experience.

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