Our extensively trained spine surgeons now offer minimally-invasive, laser, and robotic-guided procedures, making spine surgery faster and more precise.
We are a world leader in performing Asleep Deep Brain Stimulation to treat Parkinson's disease, essential tremor, dystonia and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.
As a South Denver Neurosurgery patient, you can rest easy knowing that we will take the time to arrive at a proper diagnosis and treatment plan designed specifically for you. Request an appointment and a member of our team will call you to discuss your situation and guide you through the next steps.
Katie was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in her early 30's and found herself taking 40 pills a day to relieve the symptoms. She underwent Asleep DBS in 2014 and is now completely off medication. See her story here in her own words.
What can I expect during recovery from back surgery? Just as every patient is unique and every surgery is different, no two patients experience recovery from back surgery in exactly the same way. One thing almost all patients have in common: questions about their recovery from spine surgery. Here neurosurgeon Paul Boone, MD, of NeursurgeryONE, formerly South Denver Neurosurgery, answers some of the more common questions patients ask about recovering from back surgery. Q: How long should I expect...READ MORE
Are you considering spine surgery for your chronic neck pain? Learn the pros and cons of spine fusion vs. artificial disc replacement from top Denver spine surgeons.
Are you considering deep brain stimulation for Parkinson’s or essential tremor? Learn more about the new robotic-guided Asleep DBS, and whether you are a candidate.
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