I. Clinical Neurophysiology and epilepsy unit

At Clinical Neurophysiology and epilepsy center, all modalities of evoked potentials, motor potentials, Computerized EEG acquisition, electromyographic studies, are included. It also comprises of the state-of – the art resources for the evaluation and treatment of children with seizure disorders. These include long-term EEG monitoring and digital video EEG monitoring suites and the latest techniques for identifying surgically treating intractable epilepsy in children and adults.

 II. Brain and spine Injury unit

This center specializes in the treatment of problems associated with traumatic injury to the central nervous system, brain and spinal cord in both adults and children.

III. Minimally Invasive EndoNeurosurgery unit

The center offers treatment of brain and skull base tumors, cerebrovascular diseases, cranial nerve disorders and some spinal abnormalities using surgical approaches that do not require large incisions.

With the help of sophisticated computerized systems, endoscopes, and catheters, neurosurgeons with specialized training can now treat the majority of intracranial and spinal abnormalities with less tissue trauma (damage) than with traditional surgeries, these procedures result in less patient discomfort, shorter hospital stays and quicker recovery times.

IV. Neurosurgical Oncology unit

This centers deals with sophisticated care to patients with tumors of the brain, spine and skull base. Education, support, and counseling for family members are also an important part of the work. It will be dedicated to providing the best treatment available for patients with benign and malignant primary tumors of the brain and spine.

 

V. Pediatric Neurosurgery unit

The center takes care of infants, children and young adults with diseases or injuries to the brain or spinal cord. Evaluation and treatment of children with a range of neurosurgical disorders, such as brain tumors, spasticity, movement disorders, intractable epilepsy, hydrocephalus, craniosynostosis, head injuries, and spinal bifida, as well as other cranial malformations and spinal deformities.

 

VI. Neurospine unit

It is a multidisciplinary center composed of specialists in the fields of physical therapy, physical medicine and rehabilitation, interventional neuroradiology and neurological spine surgery. Specialists from these fields work together as a unified group in the same location to provide the highest quality care for patients and athletes who have spine injuries, painful disc conditions, neck, arm, back or leg pain.

VII. Pain Management unit

The unit for pain Management focuses on alleviating chronic, spine-related pain arising from such conditions as failed back syndrome, arachnoiditis, vertebral compression fractures, reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD), primary spinal tumors and spinal metastases. The mission of this center is to help alleviate the suffering these conditions cause, and by doing so improve our patients’ quality of life.

a)  Diagnostic and Therapeutic Blocks

The nerves in the spine are responsible for transmitting a variety of signals-including pain signals-to areas throughout the body. When these nerves are the suspected source of chronic pain, we perform an injection to block the painful sensations coming from the spinal nerves.

b)  Physical Therapy

Physical therapists are available, to improve impairments, functional

Limitations, disabilities, or changes in physical function related to spinal injury of disease. Exercise programs are performed under the guidance of a physical therapist, and are specially tailored to unique circumstances.