For more information contact Goodman Campbell Brain and Spine,
For Pediatric Neurosurgery questions during office hours, talk the Pediatric Neurosurgery Nurse Practitioner for Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital at St.Vincent, Indianapolis, call 317-338-0900.
St.Vincent Neuroscience Institute
8402 Harcourt Rd, Ste 830
Indianapolis, IN 46260
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At Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital at St.Vincent Indianapolis, Goodman Campbell Brain and Spine has a dedicated Pediatric Neurosurgery office on the St.Vincent Indianapolis campus. These neurosurgeons work closely with Pediatric neurologists, surgeons, neuro-oncologists, plastic surgeons and neonatologists at Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital and St. Vincent Women’s Hospital NICU. Our group provides comprehensive Pediatric neurosurgery programs for children — newborn to 18 years of age. From diagnosis to treatment, we see a variety of conditions and utilized the most advanced surgical techniques and procedures for conditions affecting the brain and spine.
These surgeons are highly trained in minimally invasive surgical techniques that utilize image-guided technology for diseases and conditions affecting the spine, as well as, endoscopic treatments for conditions affecting the brain, including rare and complex diseases.
Brain – Expertise in advanced endoscopic treatments
- Tumors — both benign and malignant
- Chiari malformations (CMs) – the part of the brain that controls balance
- Craniofacial (congenital) conditions — skull abnormalities
Spine — Pediatric spine problems using minimally invasive procedures using image-guided technology
- Neonate conditions at St. Vincent Women’s Hospital NICU – including spina bifida
- Closure of myelomeningocele – the most serious form of spina bifida
- Malformations related to the spinal cord
- Repair of lipomyelomeningocele — fatty mass attached to the spinal cord
- Release of tethered cord – related to malformations of the spinal cord
- Resection of neurenteric cyst –rare spinal cord tumor
Brain and Spine — Treatment of spasticity and movement disorders
Vascular conditions — such as arteriovenous malformations (AVM) and aneurysms
At PMCH, your child has a team of experts from Pediatric Neurosurgery, Interventional Neuroradiology, Pediatric Neurology, Neuro-Psychology and Neurologic Pain Management that work closely with your child’s primary care physician and pediatric specialists.
- Brain and spine cancers in conjunction with the oncologists/hematologists at PMCH Center for Childhood Cancers and Blood Diseases
- Craniofacial abnormalities (of the skull) in conjunction with the Pediatric plastic surgeon, PMCH Craniofacial Center
- High-risk Maternal Fetal Medicine and Newborn conditions in conjunction with Neonatologists and Maternal Fetal Medicine specialists at St.Vincent Women’s Hospital Level IV NICU
- Neurologic conditions including the treatment of spasticity and movement disorders in conjunction with the Pediatric Neurologists and therapists.
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