Caring and empathic, our board-certified neurosurgeons understand the concerns surrounding complex neurological disorders and offer the skills needed to assist through to recovery. With a diverse range of backgrounds and training, we are pleased to extend our skills patients throughout the greater New Jersey/New York metropolitan region.
For the Neurosurgeons of IGEA, Dedicated Attention isn’t Optional
Whether you’re just beginning to experience the symptoms of a neurological condition or you’re not happy with the care you’ve received elsewhere, we invite you to take advantage of the experience, qualifications, and dedicated care that our physicians have to offer. Our neurosurgeons are supported by talented physician assistants, enabling IGEA to effectively diagnose and treat a range of neurological conditions, including:
Bell’s palsy: Bell’s palsy is a temporary paralysis of the face. This is due to damage or trauma of a cranial nerve that controls a variety of functions of the face (e.g., expressions, blinking, tear glands, etc.).
Chronic Headaches: Headaches may be caused by issues with the pain-sensitive structures in the head (primary headache) or may be the symptom of a disease (secondary headache).
Migraines: Migraines are a type of primary headache that typically progress in four stages: prodrome (warning signs), aura (visual disturbances), headache and postdrome (a feeling of exhaustion or elation post-migraine).
Movement Disorders: Movement disorders (e.g., Parkinson’s disease) are neurological conditions that affect different aspects of body movement, such as speed, fluency and quality. Abnormal movement may involve involuntary or extreme movement (hyperkinesia), or reduced or nonexistent voluntary movement (hyperkinesia).
Seizure disorders: Seizure disorders (e.g., epilepsy) are abnormal disruptions in the brain’s electrical activity that can affect how the body and brain function for a period of time.
Cerebrovascular diseases: This group of diseases—which includes strokes—affect the flow of blood to the brain by limiting or blocking the flow completely.
Neurologic Treatments Using Minimally Invasive Procedures
Using cutting-edge technology and the most up-to-date surgical procedures to diagnose and treat your neurologic condition, IGEA offers a number of noninvasive and minimally invasive procedures. Every care plan is designed to suit the needs of the patient, and may include the following treatment options:
- Botox® therapy
- Electromyography (EMG)
- Oral and injectable medications
- Pain management
- Physical and occupational therapy
- Advanced testing and diagnostics
Neurological conditions can be overwhelming but for the team at IGEA, unwavering care is never optional. Meet our qualified team of board-certified physicians and locate the office nearest you to request an appointment.