If you or a loved one needs brain or spine surgery, you're looking in the right place. The experienced, compassionate neurosurgery team at Bronson is here to answer your questions, provide treatment and help you get back to your life.
Charles "CJ", Spine Surgery Patient
When CJ was hurt playing football, he was immediately taken by paramedics to his local hospital. From there, he was airlifted on Bronson for neurosurgery.
Mark, Neurosurgery Patient
When Mark learned he could receive care for his brain tumor close to home at Bronson without compromising quality, he knew it was the best choice for him.
Dr. Alain Fabi Discusses Neurosurgery at Bronson
Trained by the best
When you choose a Bronson neurosurgeon you can feel confident because you’ll be working with an expert who received specialized training from some of the most prestigious schools and hospitals in our nation—including Johns Hopkins and Mayo Clinic.
In addition to expert surgeons, you’ll be working with a team of doctors who collaborate to create a plan personalized to your specific needs and goals. Whether your goal is simply to be pain free, regain an active and healthy lifestyle or win a fight against cancer—you can trust that our team will be in your corner.
Collaborative team approach
As a leading neuroscience center, we have many experts from brain surgeons who remove tumors and stop bleeding to spine surgeons who remove herniated discs, tumors and more. We provide care for a wide variety of neurosurgical conditions and work closely with you and your family to create a personalized care plan.
Why choose Bronson?
There are hospitals and then there are research hospitals, like Bronson Methodist Hospital. What’s the difference? Here, in addition to current best practices in neurosurgery, you may be able to participate in clinical trials or innovative research that results in even better treatments for some of the world’s most challenging brain and spinal problems.
Read Deb Eichler's story about the TOPS™ device, an alternative solution to spinal fusion surgery for some patients in intense pain from lumbar spinal stenosis.