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The Neurosurgical Spine Center
The Johns Hopkins Neurosurgical Spine Center is dedicated to relieving pain, restoring function, and implementing cures for a range of conditions affecting the spine. Our team creates highly individualized treatment plans for each patient, ensuring that you get the best results with or without surgery.
In the event that your surgeon recommends an operative procedure, you can trust the world-renowned specialists at Johns Hopkins to get the best results possible--the first time. That means getting back to your life sooner, with less threat of enduring disability or repeat procedures.
In the News
The Carnegie Center for Surgical Innovation is facilitating a unique synergy between neurosurgeons and students of biomedical engineering. Together, they are finding new ways to make spine surgery safer and more effective. Read more.
Find a Location
The Neurosurgical Spine Center Team has treatment locations at:
- The Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, MD (Get directions)
- Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center in Baltimore, MD (Get directions)
- Johns Hopkins Health Care & Surgery Center in Lutherville, MD (Get directions)
- Johns Hopkins Health Care & Surgery Center in Bethesda, MD (Get directions)
Chordoma: Susan's Story
A busy, active woman with no previous health problems, Susan was diagnosed with a rare spine tumor called a chordoma. She consulted with Dan Sciubba, M.D. and entrusted him to perform the intricate surgery. From her surgeons and anesthesiologist to her nurses, technologists and other professionals, a well-coordinated team ensured the best possible result for Susan before, during, and after her operation.
Complex Spinal Reconstruction: Danica's Story
Diagnosed with a Chiari malformation and atlas assimilation as a toddler, Danica underwent surgery at a very young age to prevent further damage to her brain and spine. But when the internal support structure broke, it threatened her life. Thanks to her surgeon Nicholas Theodore, M.D. and his team Danica enjoys living the childhood she and her family had once only dreamed of.
Request an Appointment
Learn how to request an appointment with or refer a patient to the Neurosurgical Spine Center at Johns Hopkins. You may direct additional questions or follow up with one of our office coordinators at 410-955-4424.
Adult Neurology: 410-955-9441
Pediatric Neurology: 410-955-4259
Adult Neurosurgery: 410-955-6406
Pediatric Neurosurgery: 410-955-7337
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