New specialized OR suite enables surgeons greater precision during brain and spinal surgeries while reducing the threat of infection.Learn more
The Neurosciences Institute is leading the way in diagnostic and surgical treatments for central and peripheral nervous system diseases in adults and children. Beyond the traditional neurosurgical procedures, we have made a significant commitment to an interdisciplinary treatment approach by working in collaboration with specialists in neurology.
Our team of top neurosurgeons and clinicians have subspecialties in the following areas:
In order to make our services more accessible and convenient, we are now seeing patients at clinics in Glens Falls, Greenwich, Wilton, and Ticonderoga, and operating at Glens Falls Hospital. Learn More
Dr. Alan S. Boulos, chief of the Division of Neurosurgery and co-director of the Neurosciences Institute, explains while the new Patient Pavilion dual OR suite will allow for greater precision and safety during brain and spinal surgeries.
|Dr. Tyler Kenning discusses the skull base neurosurgery program at Albany Med, specifically focusing on its region-exclusive techniques in minimally invasive neurosurgery.|
Because it was unknown what time his stroke occurred, Dan Nugent was an ideal candidate for the latest device to treat stroke patients, available locally only at Albany Med.
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A car accident left Leonard Laub with fractured vertebrae and threatened his spinal cord, but thanks to minimally invasive surgical techniques used at Albany Med, he was home the next day.
When Robert McNiven began having difficulty staying organized and came home exhausted each night, his family suspected a thyroid issue or depression. He was diagnosed with a brain tumor, and fortunately the skill required to remove it was nearby at Albany Med—keeping him close to his family.