Brachial plexus injuries are caused by trauma to the neck and shoulder. Our team at the Mass General Paralysis Center helps patients recover after an injury.
Neurosurgery Treatments & Services
The Stephen E. and Catherine Pappas Center for Neuro-Oncology at Massachusetts General Hospital offers the most advanced care for patients with brain tumors and nervous system tumors.
We provide the latest in endovascular techniques to treat conditions of the brain, spine and head and neck.
Run jointly by Massachusetts General Hospital and Massachusetts Eye and Ear, the Cranial Base Center treats tumors and other cranial nerve disorders.
The MassGeneral Hospital for Children Epilepsy Surgery Program provides surgical evaluation and treatment for pediatric patients whose epilepsy cannot be managed with medical therapy or those for whom surgery is the best option overall.
The Functional Neurosurgery Center at Massachusetts General Hospital provides expert evaluations and surgical treatment for patients with movement disorders, trigeminal neuralgia, epilepsy and psychiatric conditions such as obsessive-compulsive disorder and chronic pain.
The Hemangioblastoma Center, a collaboration between the Department of Neurosurgery and the Mass General Cancer Center, has a world-renowned multidisciplinary team of doctors, nurse practitioners and geneticists dedicated to providing state-of-the-art treatment and research for hemangioblastoma.
The signature feature of the MGH Neuroscience Intensive Care Unit (NeuroICU) is its people. Composed of over 10 disciplines, the MGH NeuroICU features 12 Neurocritical Care faculty, world-class dedicated Neuroscience Critical Care Nursing; an Acute Care Neurosurgical Service including Vascular and Trauma subspecialties in addition to associated Tumor and Functional Neurosurgery sub-specialties; Speech, Occupational, Physical, and Respiratory Therapy; Physiatry; Social Work; Pharmacy; and Case Management Nursing.
The Neurosurgery Spine Program at Massachusetts General Hospital offers surgical treatment options for the entire spectrum of complex spinal disorders, treating the most challenging cases in the world.
The Neurofibromatosis Surgery team at MassGeneral Hospital for Children manages neurofibromatosis type I and type II as well as variants, such as schwannomatosis.
The Patient Gateway provides secure online access to your health information whenever you need it. Check upcoming appointments, communicate with your doctor’s office, review medications and pay medical bills—all seamlessly online 24/7.