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Services

Diagnostic Services

High quality diagnostic services provide our patients with a convenient and efficient way to receive treatments. Diagnostic testing encompasses a broach range of tests that are essential to the management of patient care, allowing our Physicians to detect abnormalities, make quicker diagnosis, monitor patients, and devise treatment options. Some of these services include: Magnetic Resonance imaging, X-rays, and videofluroscopy.
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Ambulatory Surgical Center

Premier Ambulatory Surgical Center (ASC) is a unique and rare outpatient neurosurgical center. The state of-the-art facility was built in 2012 and contains an operating room and procedure rooms with the best quality surgical equipment. In the ASC we are able to perform a wide array of procedures ranging from noninvasive procedures to complex anesthesia required surgeries. Many of our clinical staff assisted Dr. Chitale in the development of the surgical center and everyone at Premier takes great pride in ensuring the best outcomes for our patients. The surgery center began treating patients in early 2013 and have since performed hundreds of same day surgeries and noninvasive procedures.
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Neurological Pain Management Services

The Premier NeuroSurgical Institute pain management physicians strive to improve the quality of life by targeting pain at its source. Our philosophy is patient centered, and our doctors work as a team with patients and their family members to restore wellness to those suffering from acute and chronic pain. We offer a wide variety of methods starting with non-surgical treatment options. Our physicians are board certified in pain management and addictionology. We are able to treat a variety of diagnoses.
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FAQ

What is neurosurgery?

Though most people think of neurosurgery as brain surgery, in actuality, neurosurgeons spend nearly 70 percent of their time helping patients with spine and peripheral nerve problems, providing surgical and non-surgical care. Neurosurgery is a branch of medicine that diagnoses and treats disorders of the entire nervous system, including the brain, the spine, the peripheral nerves and the arteries of the neck. Brain surgery is included.

How do I know if I need to see a neurosurgeon?

Neurosurgeons commonly see patients for low back pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, pinched nerves in the neck, sciata, epilepsy, sports injuries, Parkinson's disease, stroke, chronic pain and a number of other nervous system disorders.