- Neurological Services
For brain and spine care, you can put your trust in TriStar Summit. Our neurological services exist to respond to patients experiencing a wide range of brain and spine conditions and diseases.
The cornerstone of our neurological services is a staff dedicated to the compassionate delivery of leading-edge treatments and technologies, including minimally invasive surgery. This service allows patients to undergo treatment without the need for lengthy hospitalization or the discomfort associated with major surgery. TriStar Summit also offers StealthStation Navigation, the latest technology in computer-assisted surgery for brain and spine.
Beyond the expertise and dedication of our healthcare professionals is TriStar Summit's complement of technology and capabilities. Ranging from 3-D computer imaging which aids in diagnosis to minimally invasive procedures which reduce pain and speed recovery, brain and spine care at TriStar Summit is unsurpassed.
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