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Neurosurgery Specialist

Neurosurgical Care

Neurosurgery & Pain Management located in Collegeville,, PA & Exton, PA

If it’s difficult to work or stay active due to chronic pain stemming from disease or an injury, you may be a candidate for neurosurgical intervention. Dr. Sagi Kuznits is a board-certified neurosurgeon, offering the latest neurosurgery techniques to alleviate pain and other symptoms that interfere with your life. At Neurosurgical Care in Royersford, Pennsylvania, Dr. Kuznits and his caring medical team listen to your needs to determine if surgery can be an effective treatment for restoring your mobility and increasing your functionality. Schedule a neurosurgery consultation today, online or by phone, to find out if you’re a candidate for surgical intervention.

Neurosurgery Q & A

It's not just how we treat... It's how we care.

What is neurosurgery?

Neurosurgery focuses on the surgical management of diseases that affect your nervous system, such as your brain, spine, and peripheral nerves. This type of surgery can also address disease-related damage in the supporting structures, like the bones, ligaments and blood vessels.

Dr. Kuznits and the team at Neurosurgical Care focus on treating nerve damage and disease in areas like your:

  • Brain (cranial)
  • Neck (cervical)
  • Mid-back (thoracic)
  • Low back (lumbar)
  • Sacroiliac (pelvic joint)
  • Peripheral nervous system

Dr. Kuznits designs a surgical treatment plan to address issues like chronic pain or disability that stem from nerve damage.

Why do I need neurosurgery?

The goals of neurosurgery are to repair damage to the nervous system and its supporting structures to improve your overall functionality and to prevent a worsening of the condition.

A number of conditions can damage the nervous system and negatively impact your health. Dr. Kuznits may recommend surgery to relieve chronic pain and other symptoms of conditions like:

  • Arthritis
  • Tumors
  • Infection
  • Traumatic injury
  • Degenerative disc disease

In many cases, surgery is a last resort and considered only after other therapies fail. Dr. Kuznits discusses your overall goals and evaluates your condition to determine if surgery is your best option.

What can I expect during my initial neurosurgery consultation?

During your initial evaluation, Dr. Kuznits takes the time to listen to your symptoms and your goals for surgical treatment. He encourages you to be an active participant in making decisions about your surgery.

To better understand your health, Dr. Kuznits reviews your medical history, and if you have any diagnostic testing reports, he can review them during your visit.

Based on your symptoms and medical history, Dr. Kuznits creates a treatment plan with all of the available options for you to consider. He can provide you with guidance and important information about the benefits of surgery for relieving pain and functionality issues due to injuries or disease.

Dr. Kuznits performs many types of surgeries, focusing on minimally invasive and image-guided techniques for addressing chronic pain and disability in the neck, back, and spine. He also surgically treats brain tumors and neuropathic pain due to nerve damage or degeneration.

If you’re considering surgery to alleviate chronic pain for the long-term, schedule a neurosurgery consultation today using the online booking feature or by calling the office.

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