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To limit the spread of COVID-19, we are limiting visitors to 1 support person per patient. Please do not visit our office if you are experiencing fever, cold or flu-like symptoms, vomiting or diarrhea. We are also not allowing children under the age of 12. If you have not heard from us prior to your appointment, please call us to confirm prior to visiting our office. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
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Why Choose Us?

One of the Largest Neurosurgical Group Practices in the Southeast
With more than 65 years of serving the community, our neurosurgeons at Raleigh Neurosurgical Clinic have grown to become the leader in neurosurgery in central North Carolina, and one of the largest private neurosurgical group practices in the Southeast.

Every year, we perform over 1,500 back and neck procedures and more than 700 cranial procedures, serving our patients with the most advanced and cost-effective surgical techniques possible, while caring for our patients compassionately and empathetically.

Our neurosurgeons specialize in the most advanced surgical and evaluation techniques in all areas of neurosurgery, including neurological conditions impacting the brain, spine, and peripheral nerves. All of our surgeons are board certified or board eligible.

To minimize surgical trauma, we use microsurgical and minimally invasive techniques whenever possible, and we’re able to perform most surgeries in an outpatient setting. We also specialize in neurovascular services, along with the latest in robotic technology.

Our pain clinic allows us to offer our patients more conservative care as well as surgical treatment, and we also have magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and X-ray services onsite for convenience and efficiency.

Working together, our neurosurgical team is proud to achieve the highest level of care for our patients.

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To meet with one of our neurosurgical experts, make an appointment today. Patients in severe pain or with newly diagnosed critical conditions can usually be seen within 24 or 48 hours.

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