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Neurosurgery Department



When we hear the word 'Neurosurgery', our mind automatically went straight to brain surgery. However, the expertise of Neurosurgery far beyond more than just the brain. Neurosurgery is one of expertise / specialization in medicine which acts diagnose and manage the entire nervous system, including the brain, spinal cord and spinal column, as well as nerve fibers that run throughout the body (hands, feet, arms, face).


In other words, a neurological surgeon is able to treat degenerative spinal disease (aging) and congenital (congenital), pain due to nerve clamping in the neck, lower back pain, sciatica, carpal tunnel syndrome (carpal tunnel syndrome), epilepsy, stroke , Parkinson's disease, chronic pain and spinal and head injuries due to sport, in addition to a variety of brain tumors, bleeding and trauma, tumors of the pituitary gland, as well as abnormalities of the arteries, the blood vessels that circulate blood from the heart to the brain. Not only adults, Neurosurgery also treat patients from a group of children.


Featured Services


Brain Tumor:
• Awake craniotomy (patient is conscious)
• Skull Base Surgery
• Stem Brain Surgery
• Surgery with Neuronavigation
• Stereotactic Neurosurgery
• Transpenoidal Nuerosurgery
• transoral Nuerosurgery
• Endoscopic Nuerosurgery
Head trauma and Neural Tissue:
• Epidural Hemorrhage, Subdural Hemorrhage
• Cerebral Laceration, Brain Cintusion
• Fracture Impression, skull base fracture
Vascular Neurosurgery
• Clipping Aneurysm
• Stroke
Abnormalities Spine and spinal cord tumors
• tumors of the spinal cord and vertebrae
• Hernia Nucleus Pluposus (HNP)
• Ankylosing tuberculosa
• Spinal Deformity
• Spondilolistesis
• Nerve Injury Bank
• fracture vertebrae
• Spinal Instrumentation: pedicle screw, PEEK, Spinal Cages

Functional Neurosurgery:
• Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
• Trigeminal Pain
• Epileptic Surgery
• Pallidotomy
• Brachial Branches Surgery
• Hemifacial spasm
• Pain Management


Children's Neurosurgery
• hydrocephalus, Hydrancephali
• Craniosinostosis, Clover Leaf Syndrome
• Endoscopic third ventriculostomy
• Crouzon Syndrome
• Arnold-Arnold-Chiari malformation
• Meningocelle, Meningoencephalocele
Minimal Invasive
• Stereotactic Surgery and Radiosurgery
• Cranial and Spinal Endoscopic
• Endovascular
• Coilling Aneurysm
• vertebroplasty