Brain and Skull Base Care
PROVIDING THE BEST CARE POSSIBLE TODAY WHILE DEFINING THE BEST CARE FOR TOMORROW FOR BRAIN AND SKULL BASE DISORDERS
Because we're committed to teaching surgeons innovative, minimally invasive procedures for brain and skull base disorders, you can be assured you're in the hands of leading global experts.
From prevention and intervention, to pioneering tomorrow's innovations, we're experts at treating a full spectrum of brain and skull base disorders – including brain tumors, epilepsy and stroke. Because we're committed to providing you the best possible care you can get. Anywhere. Period.
So you can get back to life – and enjoying the things you love.
Our comprehensive brain and skull base program treats a wide range of neurologic conditions, including:
Brain and Skull Base Tumors
Tumors that begin in the brain or originate elsewhere in the body and travel to the brain
Tumors of the pituitary gland that can cause vision loss
Narrowing of the carotid arteries that run on the sides of the neck and supply blood to the brain, sometimes resulting in a stroke
Cerebral and Intracranial Aneurysm/Subarachnoid Hemorrhage
Enlargement or ballooning of an arterial blood vessel in the brain, sometimes resulting in hemorrhage or stroke
Dementia (including Alzheimer's Disease)
A group of symptoms that affect memory, language, thinking, judgment and behavior
Abnormal brain activity causing seizures
Accumulation of fluid in the brain causing potentially harmful pressure on brain tissues
A nervous system disease that causes damage to the protective covering of the nerve fibers of the brain and spinal cord, interfering with nerve impulses throughout the body
A progressive neurologic condition that results in deterioration of the nerve cells in the part of the brain that controls muscle movement
A condition that occurs when blood flow to the brain is disrupted
Contact the Aurora Neuroscience Innovation Institute
You deserve the best care and treatment options available today for brain and skull base conditions. Call 414-385-7111 now to contact the Aurora Neuroscience Innovation Institute.