Minimally Invasive Neuroma Surgery for Patients From Roswell, GA
Neuroma surgery may be recommended if an acoustic neuroma is causing severe vertigo, headaches, loss of hearing, or other complications, although many individuals live with acoustic neuromas without requiring surgery. At Brain Expert, PC., near Roswell, Georgia, Dr. Jim Robinson, MD., practices the latest advances in neuroma surgery, helping patients access the most innovative brain tumor treatments close to home.
Neuromas are non-cancerous, which is comforting to many patients (and their families). However, persistent symptoms can negatively impact a person’s quality of life, and removing the tumors may provide relief. Dr. Robinson offers various options for neuroma surgery, including:
- Minimally invasive surgery
- Robotic surgery
- Stereotactic radiosurgery
The right approach for a patient’s needs depends on a number of unique factors, such as the size and location of the tumor or tumors and the patient’s age and overall health. Some patients may be good candidates for minimally invasive surgery, which typically has a shorter recovery time and lower risk of complications than traditional (open) surgery. Other patients may wish to consider radiation therapy, including stereotactic radiosurgery, as a non-surgical alternative.
Dr. Robinson recognizes that the “right” type of treatment varies from one patient to the next, which is why he helps each patient evaluate a full range of options and make educated choices for their care. And, Dr. Robinson is committed to providing comprehensive support both before and after neuroma surgery. His compassionate, patient-centric approach is just one more reason that many individuals from Roswell and other surrounding areas choose The Brain Expert for neuroma surgery.
To consult with Dr. Robinson and discuss any potential options for neuroma surgery, contact The Brain Expert today. Dr. Robinson welcomes patients from Roswell, GA, and the rest of the Southeastern United States.