We know how challenging it is when your physical abilities, mental health, and daily life are disrupted by a brain tumor. We’re here to help you get the personalized care and support you need, whether your tumor is cancerous or not.
Our experienced surgeons use innovative techniques to provide you the safest possible treatment with the best possible results. We support your wellness before, during, and after your surgery with a full range of services and support resources.
Why Choose Us for Brain Tumor Care
- National leaders in brain tumor care: In our care, you have the benefit of advanced surgical treatments that aren’t readily available elsewhere. Our teams are national leaders in minimally invasive approaches, keyhole surgery, and precision medicine.
- All the experts you need: Our surgeons and other specialists combine their expertise to create your personalized care plan and guide you through it. After treatment, experts in rehabilitation help you recover abilities impaired by your brain tumor.
- Advanced surgical procedures: Your surgery includes technologies and techniques that increase your safety and improve your results. This includes image-guided surgery, which allows surgeons to remove deep brain tumors once thought to be inoperable.
- Innovative research and clinical trials: Our clinical trials in surgery, genomics, and immunotherapy may offer hope if other treatments aren’t the right choice for you. Our scientists work side-by-side with physicians to make the treatments of tomorrow a reality today, including incisionless neurosurgery using MRI-guided focused ultrasound.
Conditions We Treat
- Astrocytoma, a common brain tumor in adults.
- Colloid cyst, a benign (not cancerous) sac of fluid in the brain.
- Glioma and glioblastoma, or brain cancer in the glial tissue of the brain. A glioblastoma is the most severe form of a glioma.
- Intraventricular tumors, benign tumors in the brain’s ventricles (which keep the brain safely afloat in fluid)
- Meningioma, the most common tumor that forms in the head. Most meningiomas are benign.
- Metastatic brain tumors, cancers that have spread to the brain from other parts of the body.
- Oligodendroglioma, cancer that forms in specialized brain cells, leading to seizures, headaches, weakness, and disability.
- Pineal region tumor, cancer that begins in the pineal gland in the middle of the brain.
- Pituitary adenoma disorder, disorder in which benign tumors in the pituitary gland release excessive hormones.
- Schwannoma, a tumor that grows in nerve sheaths anywhere on the body, including the head and neck.
- Spinal cord tumor, abnormal tissue growth in or near the spinal cord that can be benign or malignant (cancerous).