Neurosurgical Program at Texas Health Dallas
The neurosurgical program at Texas Health Dallas offers advanced technologies and tailored care options for various neurosurgical conditions.

The comprehensive neurosurgical program at Texas Health Dallas, in collaboration with UT Southwestern, provides advanced and compassionate care to patients faced with health conditions that affect the spine, brain and peripheral nerves. The program is a powerful combination of Texas Health Dallas and UT Southwestern’s commitment to offering convenient access to world-class care and the latest clinical trials and scientific research for the treatment of complex brain and spinal cord conditions.

Neurosurgeons on the medical staff at Texas Health Dallas and their support staff use an interdisciplinary approach to diagnose and treat various neurosurgical conditions including:

  • Brain aneurysm
  • Brain tumor
  • Chiari malformation
  • Trigeminal neuralgia
  • Carpel tunnel syndrome
  • Ulnar neuropathy
  • Nerve entrapment
  • Disc herniation
  • Sciatica
  • Scoliosis
  • Spine fracture
  • Spinal stenosis
  • Spinal tumors

As a Level II Trauma Center, Texas Health Dallas has the depth and breadth of experience in advanced neurocritical care including a dedicated neuro trauma intensive care unit. The neuro trauma ICU is staffed 24/7 with neurocritical care providers and is fully equipped with neuroimaging and monitoring capabilities, including cerebrovascular ultrasound and advanced brain and spine monitoring capabilities.

Because a neurosurgical patient’s journey does not end after surgery, a suite of services at Texas Health Dallas serve the specific needs of these patients. The hospital’s comprehensive stroke center, an inpatient rehabilitation unit, a comprehensive outpatient rehab unit, along with wellness programs for individuals recovering from neurological disease and neuro trauma, offer patients the multi-disciplinary care they may need.

Find out how Texas Health Dallas can help you. Have questions about our programs? Contact our patient coordinator at 214-345-4200 or