Neurosurgery

Neurosurgery is carried out on the brain and spinal cord to treat conditions such as brain tumours and spinal cord compression.

Overview

Neurosurgery is one of the most complex and intricate forms of surgery, requiring dedicated skill and extensive training.

Our neurosurgeons are expert and approachable, sub-specialising in their areas of neurosurgery and gaining exceptional depth of knowledge.

We treat a wide range of complex conditions at Bupa Cromwell Hospital, from epilepsy to blood vessel surgery in the brain.

Each case is reviewed by a multidisciplinary team of neurosurgeons, neurologists and highly trained specialist staff to give you the best possible care.

We continually invest in the latest technology at Bupa Cromwell Hospital, and our surgeons use a range of specialist techniques.

Innovation, such as Gamma Knife radio surgery, means we can use a minimal access approach when removing benign and cancerous brain tumours.

Other advances include deep brain stimulation, which uses computer navigation to treat movement disorders, and endoscopic techniques to remove pituatory tumours.

Our neurosurgeons also carry out microsurgery, used during highly intricate procedures, where microscopic equipment allows the surgeon to make the finest of movements.

Related conditions

We treat many types of neurological disorders. These include:

  • hydrocephalus (build-up of fluid in the brain)
  • aneurysm or arteriovenous malformation (an abnormal connection between arteries and veins)
  • tumours, blood clots, pus or disc prolapse
  • conditions causing pain in the face and back

Related treatments

  • Gamma knife
  • Pain management by cutting a nerve

Why choose us?

At Bupa Cromwell Hospital, you can expect:

  • leading neurosurgeons
  • care from a multidisciplinary team of experts
  • specialist nursing teams and technicians
  • the latest diagnostic equipment
  • innovation such as Gamma Knife and microsurgery

Our specialist consultants

Our neurosurgeons have trained at London's top teaching hospitals. Leaders in the field, they work together to provide optimum care for our patients.

Please note: people with symptoms of acute stroke should dial 999, and be taken to the hyperacute stroke unit. These treatments are not available at Bupa Cromwell Hospital.

“I had a great experience at the Cromwell Hospital; the staff were amazing, and is another level of professionalism compared to other hospitals I’ve stayed in.”

Lorne, Bupa Cromwell patient

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