Superior Neurosurgical Care
The physicians of IGEA Brain & Spine are board certified Ivy League graduates who specialize in the treatment of brain disorders.
Together, they utilize revolutionary minimally invasive brain surgery procedures to treat cranial tumors, movement disorders, brain trauma and other complex brain disorders.
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Cutting-Edge Treatment Solutions
Our team is comprised of highly trained neurosurgeons who are pioneers in the practice of innovative technology to ensure our patients experience superior neurosurgical care.
Ivy-League Trained Neurosurgeons
Our Ivy League, board certified neurosurgeons and specialized physician assistants work hard to bring effective treatment solutions to our patients, giving you the high quality care you deserve
Convenient Hours & Locations
We understand that our patients are often busy people who find it difficult to make the time for proper treatment. We have locations through-out the Tri-State area with hours to accommodate all schedules.
Hear From Our Patients
“Dr. Lipson literally saved my husband’s life. I’m sure he doesn’t get much in the way of “thank you’s.” Every single person we dealt with in his office handled my husband’s condition with great care. We have referred friends to him and we are planning on an article about my husband’s experiences.”
By the time you receive this thank you note, it will have been 3 years since my CVA. I wanted to take the time to personally thank you for the care and medical expertise that you afforded me. Treatment started on September 27, 2010 (the date of my stroke) until my discharge to the Bacharach Rehabilitation Center. You again treated me in February – March 2011 when you successfully placed a stent in my right carotid artery.
I was so very fortunate that you were my physician.
I owe my significant progress to the excellent care I received from all of the medical professionals that cared for me. I am still progressing and working hard.
In closing, I wish you health, happiness and prosperity, my friend.
Thank you very much.
A grateful patient,”