Our internationally-recognized brain tumor specialists work side-by-side with experienced neuro-oncologists and radiation oncologists to individualize patient care. Learn more about acoustic neuroma treatment below.
-Dr. Nader Sanai, Barrow Neurosurgeon and Director of Neurosurgical Oncology
Also referred to as a “vestibular schwannoma,” acoustic neuromas are generally benign tumors that develop from nerves leading to the inner ear. Symptoms can include hearing loss, ringing in the ears, and facial weakness.
Barrow Brain & Spine is the highest-volume acoustic neuroma center in the Southwest United States. Our dedicated team of neurosurgeons and ear, nose, and throat specialists has pioneered minimally-invasive techniques to access and treat acoustic neuroma tumors with exceptional results. Our physicians proudly stay on the forefront of medical research and technology and are always working to provide the best treatment possible for our patients suffering from and neurological conditions such as acoustic neuromas. We are the first and only comprehensive radiosurgery center to offer the latest advancements in gyroscopic radiosurgery with the ZAP-X as well as CyberKnife and Gamma Knife for acoustic neuroma treatment.
Acoustic neuroma can be managed by observation, surgical removal, or radiosurgery using ZAP-X, CyberKnife, and Gamma Knife radiosurgery technologies. These solutions are tailored to the specific features of the tumor, as well as the clinical condition of the patient. Each condition is unique. Our renowned neurosurgeons are dedicated to providing the most effective treatment plans for you. We continue to pioneer, develop, and employ the most effective non-invasive and minimally invasive surgical and targeted radiation techniques to treat acoustic neuroma tumors.
If you have been diagnosed with acoustic neuroma, please contact us to schedule a consultation with one of our world-renowned neurological specialists at one of our Arizona locations, which include Phoenix, Scottsdale, Chandler, Ahwatukee, and Deer Valley. After reviewing your case in depth, our neurosurgeons will help you develop the best course of treatment for your acoustic neuroma tumor. We look forward to hearing from you and helping you treat your condition.
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