The Department of Neurological Surgery at Weill Cornell Medicine provides specialized neurosurgical care to patients with injury to or diseases of the brain, spine, and peripheral nerves, including head and spinal trauma, cerebrovascular disorders, brain and spinal tumors, pediatric diseases, movement disorders, and epilepsy. We provide a complete continuum of care, from pre-treatment evaluation through a wide range of treatment options (many of them nonsurgical or requiring only minimally invasive procedures) to post-treatment care.
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The conditions we treat and procedures we perform
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Our academic programs, including residency and fellowships
Neurosurgery (also called neurological surgery) is a highly specialized medical field focused on surgical treatment of disorders of the brain and spine. Weill Cornell Medicine Neurological Surgery, which is a leader in advanced minimally invasive treatment methods, cutting-edge laboratory and clinical neurosurgical research, and the training of the next generation of neurosurgeons. Our department believes in comprehensive care, which is why our team includes neuropsychologists, neuro-endocrinologists, and orthopedic surgeons; we work closely with neurology, radiation oncology, and many other departments, to ensure that our patients receive the very best of care. As part of NewYork-Presbyterian, we are proud to offer complete neurosurgical services at the world-class facilities of one of the best hospitals in the world.