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JD Lipani Radiosurgery Institute

Cutting Edge Neurosurgery…….Without the Cutting!

non-invasive neurosurgery

Welcome to the JD Lipani Radiosurgery Institute, the nation’s first dedicated institute for non-invasive neurosurgery! Formerly known as the Brain and Spine Radiosurgery Institute, we are leading experts in non-invasive or bladeless brain and spine surgery located in Greater Princeton, New Jersey. Our Neurosurgeon-In-Chief, Dr. John Lipani, offers definitive brain and spine tumor treatment, as well as treatment for trigeminal neuralgia with no pain, no anesthesia, no incisions and no recovery time. For conventional brain and spine surgery, please visit Princeton Neurological Surgery Home Page or click on Brain Surgery or Spinal Surgery. To learn more about non-invasive stereotactic radiosurgery, follow one of the links below.




What is Radiosurgery?

Learn more about radiosurgery by visiting our frequently asked questions (FAQs).
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CyberKnife Radiosurgery Example

CyberKnife Radiosurgery Demonstration

Am I a Candidate?

Find out if you, a loved one, or a patient of yours may be a radiosurgery candidate.
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Dr. Lipani In The News

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Scroll down to learn about our radiosurgery Treatment Tools and Conditions we treat with radiosurgery!

Treatment Tools

Hear what our Patients are Saying

I was working construction when I suddenly experienced neck pain that ran down my left arm and into my fingers. I also had numbness and tingling in my left hand. I thought ……Read More »
Richard, 36Cervical Disc Herniation Patient

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What’s New

Back Pain in Your Sixties

Back pain affects adults of all ages. Clinical practice and mountains of research have given us a bird’s-eye view of the various reasons people may ...read more

Improving Surgical Safety with Intraoperative Monitoring

Spinal procedures are considered major surgery. Specialists like Dr. Lipani use the most conservative surgical techniques as often as possible, and the benefits of a ...read more

Back Pain and Hip Pain: Here’s Why They May Go Together

The lower spine and the hip joints are situated close to one another. When a problem occurs in one area, nerves may send pain signals ...read more

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