Apr
02
Multi-position, open MRI reveals spine disorder - Carolina Neurosurgery & Spine Associates

Patient Tracy Bari found relief from intense back pain by undergoing minimally invasive lumbar fusion (TLIF). Our on-site multi-position, open MRI revealed instability in her L3-4 vertebrae.

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Nov
29
Surviving And Thriving After An AVM Rupture

Charles woke up one morning and could not feel his left side. An AVM had ruptured in his brain. Three years later, Charles is living a full life, from pitching in a Little League game at Cooperstown to playing violin at Merlefest.

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Oct
23
Neuro-Spinal Scaffold May Improve Condition Of Patients With Complete Paralysis

Six of 11 patients enrolled in the clinical study of the Neuro-Spinal Scaffold have had an AIS upgrade in their spinal cord injury. Neurosurgeon Dom Coric, MD, of our practice is a co-principal investigator for this study.

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Victor Is Victorious
09.11.2017

Victor was gradually losing the use of his hands. This was impacting his life and his livelihood as a barber. When he woke one morning and was unable to walk, Victor turned to our practice for help.

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Jun
08
Changing The Way Skull Base Disorders Are Treated With Minimally Invasive Surgery

Carolina NeuroSurgery & Spine Associates is dedicated to continually implementing minimally invasive neurosurgical techniques for both brain and spine surgery. These procedures result in less trauma and decreased recovery time for patients, and usually require much smaller incisions.

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Apr
12
After 20 Years, Neck Surgery Created At Our Practice Has Helped Thousands Of Patients

In 1997, neurosurgeon Tim Adamson, MD, of Carolina Neurosurgery & Spine Associates developed cervical microendoscopic discectomy (MED), an outpatient procedure to relieve pressure on the spinal nerve caused by a herniated cervical disc. We mark the 20th anniversary of cervical MED by recounting the origin of this procedure that has made a dramatic difference in the quality of life for thousands of patients.

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