PLEASE NOTE: Our clinic moved on April 8, 2024. Our new address is:
5241 Six Forks Road, Suite 100, Raleigh NC 27609

The most experienced neurosurgical team in Raleigh and Central North Carolina

Raleigh Neurosurgical Clinic

Now Open!

Our new Urgent Care Spine Center. No appointment needed—get fast care when you need it most.

Why Choose Us?

  • A combined 125 years of experience of providing the Raleigh community with effective, compassionate, and individualized neurosurgical treatment
  • A collaborative team of highly-ranked, board-certified neurosurgeons and their dedicated physician assistants, nurses, and office staff
  • Expertise in advanced surgical procedures, including microsurgical and minimally invasive techniques, as well as neurovascular services and robotic technology
  • Locations in Raleigh and Goldsboro

Learn More About Us

Patient Information

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International Patients

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Physician Information

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Featured Services

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Fukushima Brain Tumor Center

Guided by the groundbreaking work of Dr. Takanori Fukushima, the Fukushima Skull Base and Brain Tumor Center at Raleigh Neurosurgical Clinic provides leading-edge care for patients with brain tumors and cranial nerve compressions.

Robotic Spine Surgery

Neurosurgeons at Raleigh Neurosurgical Clinic use a Globus Medical ExcelsiusGPS® Spine Surgery Robot, which is the first to combine a robotic arm and full navigation capabilities for precise alignment in spine surgery

Conditions and Treatments

Performing over 2,000 procedures a year, we’re experienced with a wide variety of brain, nerve, and spinal conditions, treating everything from low back pain to brain tumors and stroke.

News & Events

Stroke at 38: New Stroke VNS Rehab Gives New Hope to Neha Zadoo

Stroke at 38: New Stroke VNS Rehab Gives New Hope to Neha Zadoo

On Friday, January 5, 2018, Neha Zadoo decided to work from home since a snowstorm was moving into the area. She set up her computer and phone in her bedroom that morning and headed downstairs for a cup of tea. Once downstairs, Neha noticed that her body was unusually...