Adult Clinical Programs

Our department’s clinical faculty is notable for its depth and breadth.  There are busy clinical programs in: Brachial Plexus/Peripheral Nerve Surgery; Functional Neurosurgery (including Epilepsy, Movement Disorders, and Pain); Neurocritical Care; Neurosurgical Oncology; Pediatric Neurosurgery; Pituitary/Cranial Skull Base Neurosurgery; Spine Surgery; and Vascular Neurosurgery.

The Brain Tumor Program provides state-of-the-art therapies to patients with brain tumors.

The Cranial Base Program combines the expertise of specialists in Neurosurgery, Otolaryngology, Opthalmology, and Oncology to provide treatment of vascular anomalies, management of facial trauma, and resection of both benign and malignant tumors involving the cranial base region.

The Epilepsy Surgery Program provides hope to adults and children with epilepsy who do not respond to medical therapy and require surgery. View this program's new brochure HERE.

The Hydrocephalus Program identifies and treats patients with normal pressure hydrocephalus as well as hydrocephalus due to other causes such as tumors, hemorrhage and infection.

The Movement Disorder Surgery Program applies innovative neurosurgical approaches to the treatment of abnormal movement, including Parkinson's disease, essential tremor, generalized dystonia and torticollis.

The Neurocritical Care Program focuses on the treatment of critically ill patients in the Neurological Intensive Care Unit.

The Neurovascular Program treats patients with vascular diseases of the brain, neck, and spinal cord, including cerebral and carotid aneurysms, arteriovenous malformations (AVMs) and other diseases.

The Pain Neurosurgery Program provides a comprehensive and technologically advanced approach to the treatment of pain for those who are not adequately helped by oral pain medication.

The Peripheral Nerve Surgery Program utilizes a multidisciplinary approach to treat patients with peripheral nerve problems including carpal tunnel syndrome, ulnar nerve entrapment and traumatic nerve injuries.

The Pituitary & Neuroendocrinology Center provides timely evaluation and treatment of patients with disorders of the pituitary gland and surrounding area of the brain.

The Radiosurgery Program uses a non-invasive therapy to treat small brain and spine tumors, blood vessel malformations, and certain painful conditions or movement disorders.

The Spasticity Surgery Program provides state-of-the-art therapies to patients with spasticity caused by cerebral palsy, spinal cord injury, stroke, and other diseases.

The Spine Surgery Program provides state-of-the-art, comprehensive, patient-centered services to individuals whose spinal disorders affect their health and productivity.


Taubman Center
Floor 2, Reception G
1500 E. Medical Center Drive
Ann Arbor, MI 48109

Phone: 734-936-7010
Toll Free: 866-909-4449
Fax: 734-647-9233