Peripheral nerve surgery is a specialized, minimally invasive treatment for patients with peripheral nerve pain caused by spine disease or injury.
How Does Peripheral Nerve Surgery Treat Nerve Disorders?
Patients who suffer from peripheral nerve disorders often experience long-term symptoms which include pain and numbness. When non-surgical treatments are unsuccessful, surgery is recommended. Peripheral nerve surgery incorporates a variety of surgical techniques including:
Nerve release to free the compressed area
Nerve repair grafting to reconnect damaged nerves
Nerve transposition to relocate nerves to prevent future compression
State-of-the-Art Peripheral Nerve Surgery Treatments at NSPC
Neurological Surgery, P.C. (NSPC) is a private practice of award-winning doctors who specialize in neurosurgical specialties. You’ll experience top-notch care and surgical expertise with our board certified neurosurgeons. If your nerve issues stem from a tumor such as a Schwannoma, you’ll be in good hands with our state-of-the-art treatments such as stereotactic radiosurgery.
Before undergoing peripheral nerve surgery, your neurosurgeon will carefully review your medical history and treatment options. If surgery is recommended, you will be given detailed information regarding anticipated results, risks and postoperative recuperation.
Surgery is often performed on an outpatient basis. Recovery typically includes physical and occupational therapy to enhance the results of the treatment.
Arrange a consultation at one of our centers in the Long Island or New York tri-state region—to discuss how this revolutionary treatment option can improve the functioning of your nerves.
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Brian J. Snyder, M.D., is a functional neurosurgeon who specializes in the treatment of movement disorders such as Parkinson’s disease, tremor and dystonia, as well as seizure disorders and the surgical treatment of pain.