Neurosurgery Services in North Carolina

Aneurysms & Cerebrovascular Disease

UNC promotes a multidisciplinary team approach in the treatment of intracranial aneurysms and cerebrovascular disease. >>

Brain Tumor Treatment

The Department of Neurosurgery plays a central role within UNC's multidisciplinary brain tumor program. >>

Deep Brain Stimulation

Parkinson's disease, essential tremor and dystonia are all neurological conditions that result in movement disorders. >>


The UNC Comprehensive Epilepsy program offers a full spectrum of therapy for patients with seizure disorders. >>


UNC is pleased to offer state-of-the-art treatment for patients suffering from hydrocephalus. >>

Pediatric Neurosurgery

The Division of Pediatric Neurosurgery utilizes advanced imaging and surgical techniques to treat the children of North Carolina with conditions that affect the brain and spinal cord. >>

Pituitary Tumor Treatment

Multidisciplinary, integrated care is the core of our treatments for pituitary tumors. >>

Skull Base Neurosurgery

UNC neurosurgeons are highly skilled at the removal of tumors and the treatment of vascular lesions that occur at the base of the skull. >>

Spinal Neurosurgery

The Spinal Neurosurgery team works closely with the multidisciplinary spine program at UNC, which includes the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation program, pain management, physical therapy, and clinical neuropsychology. >>

Spine and Head Trauma

As a Level 1 trauma center, UNC is able to care for every aspect of injury–from prevention through rehabilitation. We treat patients who require emergent trauma care throughout the state. A board-certified or eligible trauma surgeon is always available in the hospital to assess trauma patients who arrive through our emergency room and triage those with brain or spine pathology to neurosurgery. >>

Congenital Brain and Spine Malformations

The UNC Center for Congenital Brain and Spine Malformations is a comprehensive center dedicated to innovative and advanced care for patients born with neurologic diseases. >>