Neurocritical Care is a sub-specialty of critical care where providers are trained to care for patients with disease or injury to the brain and/or spinal cord and associated nerves.
As part of the Mays Cancer Center, we are dedicated to delivering the finest care and integrating the latest research breakthroughs to expand our treatment options for cancer patients.
The physician’s practice of UT Health San Antonio’s neurosurgeons are extensively trained in diagnosing and planning the most effective approach to treating diseases of the cranial base.
Our renowned team of neurosurgeons treats the full range of spinal nerve disorders that cause pain and disability. When conservative methods are not effective or feasible, patients rely on our back surgeons for treatment options.
The physician’s practice of UT Health San Antonio’s Neurosurgery combines the expertise of their surgeons with the latest technology and research to treat nerves of the peripheral nervous system.
Our mission in health care
Here at UT Health Neurosurgery, patients are our primary focus. It is our mission to provide you and your family with expert, state of the art and compassionate care. We provide diagnosis, treatment, and recovery and walk you through the whole process with informative, comforting guidance.
To bring you the full spectrum of care, we treat a variety of brain, skull, spine and nerve conditions. Each of our physicians is skilled in general neurosurgery and trained in a specific specialty. And thanks to our department’s strong focus on research and education, our doctors remain well informed of the latest neuroscience advances, techniques, and technologies available for patients.
- Brain Aneurysms: What you need to know
- Arteriovenous Malformations
- Acoustic Neuromas: What You Should Know
- Peripheral Thermal Injury On Cerebral Integrity
- Exercise-Induced Endogenous Neuroprotection In Stroke
- Carpal Tunnel
- Trigeminal Neuralgia
- Mechanisms And Treatment Of Hydrocephalus
- Deep Brain Stimulation for Parkinson’s Disease
- Effect Of Exercise On Neurovascular Integrity In Stroke
- Parkinson’s Disease
- Impaired Motor Learning And Diffuse Axonal Damage In Traumatic Brain Injury