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The Neurosurgical Spine Center

The Johns Hopkins Neurosurgical Spine Center offers comprehensive evaluation and treatments for the full spectrum of spinal disorders. Patients have access to the latest surgical advances and expertise, delivered in state-of-the art facilities.

Our spine care experts are dedicated to providing patients with disorders of the spine and spinal cord the safest and most effective treatment options available.

 

Our Treatment

Having performed more than 1,500 surgeries annually, our neurosurgeons offer treatment for a multitude of disorders ranging from degenerative conditions of the spine, such as cervical or lumbar spinal stenosis, disc herniation, scoliosis, and adult deformity of the spine. We have specific expertise in the management and removal of spinal cord and spinal column tumors, and also treat spinal trauma and injuries to the spine.

Our Facilities

Our physicians perform specialty care and surgical operations at both The Johns Hopkins Hospital and the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, and lead cutting edge research in the areas of basic science and clinical trials. As a result, patients benefit from innovative treatment in technically advanced facilities. We also see patients at our conveniently located locations at Green Spring Station in Lutherville, Md., and the Johns Hopkins Health Care & Surgery Center in Bethesda, Md.

 

Scheduled for Neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins?

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CME EVENT

Spinal DisordersApril 19, 2014
Our fifth annual Spinal Disorders CME course examines new diagnostic and treatment protocols for patients with a variety of spinal disorders.

Daniel Sciubba, M.D. helps you understand neurosurgical treatment planning for tumors of the spinal column, along with developing innovations in radiation and chemotherapy.

COLLABORATIONS IN DISCOVERY
A Rare Chance to Cure A Difficult Cancer
Researchers at the Johns Hopkins Neurosurgical Spine Center are developing new surgical techniques to remove chordomas.

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