Central Maryland Neurosurgical Associates, LLC, offers leading neurosurgical centers offering state-of-the-art technologies and clinical expertise to provide advanced treatment options. Our neurosurgery team, including Dr. Hatem Abdo, Medical Director, Dr. Louis Chang, and Dr. Charles Park, is committed to managing many types of neurosurgical conditions, both common and rare, while providing exceptional patient care.
Expertise in Neurosurgical Conditions
Dr. Hatem Abdo, Dr. Louis Chang and Dr. Charles Park have particular expertise in treating:
- Brain tumors
- Traumatic head injuries
- Diseases of the central nervous system
- Back and spinal cord injuries
- Discs and peripheral nerve disorders including carpal tunnel syndrome, tarsal tunnel syndrome and ulnar nerve decompression
- Back and neck pain
Leadership in Advanced Treatment Options
The neurosurgery team at Mercy was the first in Baltimore to implant the leading edge Prestige Artificial Cervical Disc as part of one of the largest cervical spine investigational studies to be conducted. The Prestige Artificial Cervical Disc provides patients with degenerative disc disease a far superior treatment option to the traditional, motion-limiting spinal fusion option.
Innovative Technology for Neurosurgical Procedures
Mercy’s neurosurgeons perform minimally invasive surgical techniques that provide patients with less pain and a shorter recovery time. Our neurosurgeons use innovative computer technology and an advanced image-guided surgery system to assist in the removal of tumors, lesions, aneurysms and other abnormalities of the brain and spine. The system, known as the SMN (Surgical Microscope Navigator), guides the surgeon to the lesion in much the same way as a pilot using computer navigation to land a jet aircraft. It is a computer driven microscope that shows the exact location and size of the lesion on a monitor, providing greater precision during surgery.
Award Winning Neurosurgery Care
Mercy Medical Center is proud to have been named a Best Regional Hospital in Neurology & Neurosurgery by U.S. News & World Report.