CNSO Provides Comprehensive Brain, Spine, Plastics, Reconstructive Surgery and Physical Therapy Care
Centers for Neurosurgery, Spine, and Orthopedics is an elite group of specialists united to provide the best surgical and medical care for patients with complex conditions. Each specialty contributes a wealth of knowledge and talent that significantly improves the rate of recovery and overall wellness of every patient. CNSO surgeons are trained in neurosurgery, orthopedic spine, plastics, breast reconstruction, and hand surgery. There is also a team of medical doctors specializing in rehabilitation, pain management, neurology, sports medicine, and physical therapy. Their advanced skills allow patients to either avoid surgery altogether or to recover from surgery more quickly than medical studies statistically report.
An Experienced, Compassionate Medical Team
The doctors at CNSO have been trained by the top institutions in the United States, but have chosen private practice as opposed to working for a hospital system so they can provide concierge care for their patients. Each doctor is board-certified and fellowship-trained with more than 10 years of experience perfecting their diagnostic and treatment skills. Each patient’s evaluation involves thorough evidence-based analysis and consideration of only those medically proven techniques that will help resolve the patient’s ailment. Surgery is offered only if it is considered the most effective treatment option with the best long-term outcome. CNSO surgeons are trained in the latest medical technology such as minimally invasive brain & spine surgery, intraoperative neuro-navigation, stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS), intraoperative neurologic monitoring, and robotics, which are available at select hospitals in northern New Jersey.
Convenient, Patient-Centered Care
Patients notice the difference the minute they walk into the privately held CNSO offices located throughout northern New Jersey. Like the physicians, every team member at CNSO is compassionate and attentive to detail. With over six convenient locations, patients can expect to be greeted by warm and friendly staff focused on the patient’s health and well-being.
CNSO practices comprehensive care at each office location, resulting in improved efficiencies for patients. Specialists at CNSO consult with each other and can advance the patient’s care as necessary on a same-day visit. Appointments can be scheduled on the same day at the same locations so there is less traveling between specialists and less time having to obtain your medical records for trips between different specialty practices. When patients cannot visit our 6 offices, CNSO can deliver an “in-office” experience through telemedicine service. This gives patients virtual care through real-time, two-way communication via secure online virtual sessions.
The efficiencies at CNSO allow for less time off from work or away from family responsibilities. From injuries to arthritis, from cancer to cosmetics, CNSO patients recover quickly because of the accuracy of the CNSO clinician’s diagnostics, the ability to immediately identify the optimum method of treatment, provide care, and perform only the most highly effective procedures.
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Office locations are in Hoboken, Paramus, Wayne, Morristown, Jersey City, and West Orange, NJ. Contact CNSO today to start the road to recovery.
Surgical and Nonsurgical Approaches to Back and Brain Disorders
TRAUMATIC SPINE CONDITIONS
Spinal cord injuries can occur from trauma to the back resulting in the vertebrae, or discs pushing onto the spinal cord causing pain or loss of movement.
DEGENERATIVE SPINE DISORDERS
Arthritis, as well as other bone diseases, can cause the deterioration of the bony structures surrounding the spine. This leads to back pain and difficulty with movement.
DISC HERNIATION, TEAR, OR RUPTURE
For a torn or bulging disc to occur, there is often the history of an injury, accident, or a congenital structural abnormality of the spinal column.
As there are many different interconnected structures that make up the spinal column, when they do not optimally align and articulate, spinal deformities, such as scoliosis form.
SPINE AND NERVE TUMORS
The spinal cord originates in the brain as a bundle of nerves and extends throughout the back. Small nerves branch off and travel throughout the body. This nervous system is subject to tumor growth.
Each type of brain tumor and its location within the brain has different implications with regard to treatment and expected outcomes. Brain neurosurgeons are experts at removing each type of brain tumor.
The type of headache symptoms, location, and frequency experienced determines the treatment option offered.
FAILED/REVISION SPINE SURGERY
Occasionally it is necessary to correct a previous operation because of an unexpected stress placed on the back causing structural alignment changes.