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Brain Surgery

Neurosurgery & Pain Management located in Delray Beach and Palm Beach Gardens, FL

Brain Surgery services offered in Delray Beach and Palm Beach Gardens, FL

If you suffer a stroke or have severe symptoms of Parkinson’s disease, your treatment may include brain surgery. At the Brain and Spine Center of South Florida, the skilled neurosurgeons offer several types of brain surgery procedures and use advanced technologies like Gamma Knife®. They also provide complete after-care services, so you can recover fully from your surgery and get back to your routine. Call the Delray Beach or Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, office to learn more about the available brain surgery services or book an appointment online today. 

What brain surgery services are available?

The Brain and Spine Center of South Florida specializes in minimally invasive and complex brain surgeries to treat a range of conditions. 

The surgeons perform several types of brain surgery procedures, including:

  • Gamma Knife
  • Cyberknife®
  • Cranioplasty
  • Craniotomy
  • Skull base surgery
  • Pituitary surgery
  • Cranial stereotactic radiosurgery
  • Ventriculoperitoneal (VP) shunt

The skilled neurosurgeons also provide surgeries to place deep brain stimulators (DBS) and biopsy potentially cancerous tissue.

Why would I need brain surgery?

You might be a candidate for the brain surgery services available at the Brain and Spine Center of South Florida if you have a brain-related condition that’s not treatable with nonsurgical strategies.

Conditions that may require surgery include:

  • Stroke
  • Aneurysm
  • Blood clots
  • Epilepsy
  • Essential tremor
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Subdural hematoma
  • Benign or malignant brain tumors

To determine if you’re a candidate for brain surgery and what kind of surgery you need, the team performs a complete medical exam and reviews your medical history. They may initially try medications or other nonsurgical therapies to treat your condition before recommending surgery.

How long does it take to recover from brain surgery?

While everyone recovers from surgery at their own pace, you can expect to schedule some downtime to fully recover from brain surgery. The amount of time depends on the condition you’re treating and the type of brain surgery you have.

Immediately after brain surgery, you spend time in the hospital under observation before you can go home to finish your recovery. If you have an open craniotomy, you may need to remain in the hospital for a week or longer for supervised medical care.

After some brain surgeries, you might need to take medications to prevent seizures and inflammation in your brain. The surgeons might prescribe medications to ease any discomfort or pain you have during your recovery.

The medical team continues to monitor your recovery from brain surgery during routine checkups. They may also recommend physical or occupational therapy after certain types of brain surgery to restore your mobility and body functions.

Call the Brain and Spine Center of South Florida office near you to learn more about the available brain surgery services or book an appointment online today.

Brain and Spine Center of South Florida
✆ Phone (appointments): 561-948-5029
Fax: 561-562-5061
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