Neurological diseases are conditions affecting the nervous system, including the brain, spinal cord and nerves. The University of Vermont Medical Group neurosurgeons in Burlington have dedicated their careers to evaluating and treating neurological diseases.
Neurological Diseases: What You Need to Know
The University of Vermont Medical Center's expert neurosurgeons offer a team approach to care for both children and adults with the following conditions:
- Head, spinal cord or peripheral nerve injury
- Cerebrovascular and Skull Base tumor problems
- Brain, Spinal Cord and Peripheral Nerve tumors
- Degenerative spine disease
- Epilepsy and movement disorders
- Pituitary disorders
- Pediatric Neurosurgical disorders
Our team includes neurosurgeons, specially trained nurses and support staff. Together, we work with you and your family and friends through the spectrum of care, including:
- Post-surgical follow-up
Experienced, Trusted Care
At The UVM Medical Center, you receive the highest level of expertise available. Our surgeons are all specialists in neurosurgery as well as sub-specialists in specific neurological conditions.
You can feel confident knowing that your medical team is providing the most up-to-date care, delivered with the superior expertise and experience that only a university hospital can deliver.
Our neurosurgeons are devoted to the care of patients with neurosurgical diseases as well as committed to progressing academic medicine. We are also devoted to post-graduate training of neurosurgery resident physicians and the teaching of medical and allied health students.
Neurological Disorders: Conditions We Treat
Contact Neurosurgery at 802-847-4590. You can reach us Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. We see neurosurgery patients in two locations. Our main clinic is located at The UVM Medical Center Medical Center Campus, and we have an additional clinic location in Berlin, Vermont.
We will work with you during your patient's care and treatment. Find instructions on how to refer a patient to one of our specialists. To reach our providers directly, call Provider Access Service at 800-639-2480.