Expertise and research that changes lives
Prisma Health’s team of fellowship-trained neurosurgeons are dedicated to bringing their care to our communities so that each of us has the best chance of a higher quality of life.
Each of our neurosurgeons is on the faculty of the University of South Carolina Medical School and most conduct clinical research. That means you’ll always receive the latest, most effective treatments and surgical techniques. We’re caring for you today, and shaping the neurosurgical care of tomorrow.
Our neurosurgery subspecialties
Prisma Health neurosurgeons offer highly specialized, compassionate care for the brain, spine and peripheral nervous system (nerves outside the brain and spine).
- Endovascular and cerebrovascular neurosurgery – Procedures performed within blood vessels to treat conditions such as stroke, aneurysm, and arteriovenous malformations (AVMs).
- Functional neurosurgery – Procedures that restore neurological condition and function for conditions such as chronic pain, depression, epilepsy and movement disorders.
- Gamma Knife® radiosurgery – A non-surgical alternative to treat brain tumors and blood vessel abnormalities.
- Neuro-oncology and skull base surgery – Treating brain tumors, including those in the complex areas at the base of the skull, the underside of the brain or the upper spinal column.
- Neuroscience intensive care – Specialized in-hospital care for complex neurological problems such as stroke, cerebral hemorrhage, and traumatic brain injury.
- Spine Program – Advanced surgical techniques to target the root cause of back pain caused by spine conditions ranging from complex, traumatic injuries to more common issues such as herniated disks and spinal stenosis.
Clinical research and education
Prisma Health is leading advances in neurological care through peer-reviewed research and clinical trials. We conduct clinical trials to find new ways to treat a wide range of neurological conditions and injuries. Our patients benefit from having access to the latest potential new treatments and approaches that are discovered in these trials.
We’re also involved in training the next generation of neurosurgeons and neurologists through our teaching and medical residencies.