Procedures

Many neck spine disorders require surgical intervention to relieve pain. Anterior cervical fusion is a neurological procedure performed to provide relief of pressure on the spinal cord or one or more nerve roots. Find out more about the procedure here. 

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Are you one of the approximately eighty percent of American adults with lower back pain? For most people, the symptoms usually subside and do not require surgical treatment. For others the symptoms do not improve, and require surgery.

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Did you know Dr. Nagy was the first neurosurgeon in Nevada to perform a motion preservation spine surgery? Find out about this unique surgery that aims to preserve the function of injured joints rather than traditional spinal fusions.

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Cranial nerve decompression is a neurological procedure that treats trigeminal neuralgia, a pain syndrome that is accompanied by severe and intense episodes of face pain as well as hemifacial spasms.

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Deep brain stimulation is a surgical procedure that has been used to treat tremors, chronic pain, Parkinson’s disease and even mood disorders. The procedure involves the insertion of a device called a brain pacemaker.

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