Brain Surgery

Brain Tumor Treatment & Brain Surgery

Cranial Procedures | Brain Surgery | Brain Tumors Treatment | New Jersey | Hamilton NJ | Princeton

At Princeton Neurological Surgery, we offer excellence in treatments for brain tumors and other intracranial conditions to patients in New Jersey and surrounding areas. Dr. Lipani is a board certified, fellowship trained specialist in complex brain surgery and brain tumor surgery. Please see the list below to select which Brain Surgery Treatment Procedures you would like to learn more about.

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Brain Surgery Treatment Procedures



If you would like more information about our services or to schedule an appointment, feel free to fill out our convenient contact form or call us directly at 609-890-3400.

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Revision Spine Surgery: Can It Be Avoided?

Spine Surgery Morristown NJ
All surgical procedures carry some degree of risk. Due to the complex nature of spinal surgery, associated risks may be compounded compared to surgical procedures ... read more

What is Myelopathy?

Myelopathy | Princeton Neurological Surgery | Princeton NJ
Myelopathy is a spinal condition in which the spinal cord suffers significant compression. Pressure on the spinal cord should not be mistaken for compression on ... read more

Trigeminal Neuralgia May Be the Cause of Facial Pain

Trigeminal Neuralgia | Princeton Neurological Surgery | Princeton NJ
If a gentle touch to the cheek sends shockwaves of pain through the face, there is a problem worth exploring. Such an experience can be ... read more

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