Michigan Neurosurgeons and Brain Surgery Experts

Michigan's best neurosurgeons and brain surgery experts comprise Lansing Neurosurgery, a Centis Health Partner, and the premier provider of neurosurgical services in the Mid-Michigan region. Our board-certified physicians treat brain and spinal disorders and trauma, using the most appropriate surgical and non-surgical techniques to restore patients to their best health. Since 1964, we have worked to stake our claim as brain surgery experts and the top neurosurgeons in Michigan and have worked to establish strong referral relationships with doctors throughout Michigan. This has made us a top neurosurgical resource serving the Mid-Michigan, Lansing and East Lansing communities around the clock. We take a holistic approach to patient care, collaborating with you and your family and employing surgical and non-surgical treatments along with a treatment plan for you individual situation. 
 
Our goal is simple: To provide our patients and referring physicians with exceptional care, clinical expertise and state of the art services. It is important to note that all of our Michigan spine and brain surgeons are Associate Clinical Professors of Medicine at Michigan State University (MSU) and serve as the Neurosurgeons to MSU Spartan Athletics.

 

Local MD's explain Glioblastoma, aggressive type of Brain Cancer

News of Senator John McCain’s cancer diagnosis shocked the world last week.
The former prisoner of war and Republican presidential nominee has an aggressive brain cancer called, Glioblastoma.
Glioblastoma, or more commonly known as GBM, is a type of brain cancer that doctors say is not only aggressive, but can spread quickly.
While Sen. McCain’s doctors say he’s exploring future treatment options, his diagnosis prompted 6-News to take a closer look at the type of brain cancer that affects thousands of Americans.
 

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