St. Luke’s Neurosurgical Associates

Patient Education

Patient Education

St. Luke's Neurosurgical Associates has a long record of careful management of neck, back, arm and leg pain. Surgery is performed only if it is needed and has a good chance of helping the patient. All types of spine and brain surgery using the latest techniques, as well as time-tested, proven surgical solutions are offered.

Our surgeons are dedicated to making sure that patients are fully educated about their conditions and the surgical procedures that will be used to help them. They have provided links to a robust body of web-based patient education that features videos of a wide variety of surgical procedures.

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Patient Education Video Links

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 Talk With Your Doctor

Watch the following
Talk With Your Doctor
television programs:


 - Brain Injury 
 - Rehabilitation


 - Parkinson's Disease
 - New Concepts in Neurosurgery