Michigan Neurosurgeons and Brain Surgeons

Since 1964, Lansing Neurosurgery physicians have provided continuous neurosurgical care to Michigan patients, treating all manner of brain, spine and central nervous system disorders and injuries. Combined, our surgeons have over 35 years of experience in treating the complexities of the brain and spine, making them one of the most experienced Michigan neurosurgery centers.
Dr. Charles Bill began practicing at Lansing Neurosurgery in 1992. He was joined by Dr. Christopher Abood in 1997. Dr. Timothy Heilman was welcomed in 2003 and Dr. Mohamed Elnabtity in 2006.
Lansing Neurosurgery surgeons are affiliated with both Sparrow Health System and Ingham Regional Medical Center in Lansing, performing surgeries and other procedures and working closely with physicians at both locations. Our surgeons also provide 24-hour emergency coverage to the mid-Michigan community at more than 14 area hospitals and emergency rooms. Some of the hospitals regularly consulting with Lansing Neurosurgery physicians include: Sparrow Health System, Ingham Regional Medical Center, Hayes Green Beach Memorial Hospital, Clinton Memorial Hospital, Eaton Rapids Medical Center, and Memorial Healthcare Center in Owosso.

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.