A patient-centered philosophy.
At Neurosurgeons of New Jersey, we have a patient-centered treatment philosophy, which is our patients come first. Our mission is to provide patients with outstanding care by the best neurosurgeons in the country and achieve excellent outcomes.
My surgery was a huge success and I am finally living a pain-free life! The surgical team was amazing and made me feel safe and comfortable. Words can never express my gratitude and love I have for this team!
We’re here to help.
Each of our 19 physicians work in very particular areas of medicine. At our practice, we seek to break way from the mantra of “doing it all,” as each team is focused specifically on their respective specialties.
We’ve successfully provided treatment and relief for countless patients. At Neurosurgeons of New Jersey, you can be confident that your doctor has had years of experience treating your condition.
Surgery doesn’t have to be the only treatment option. We aim to educate our patients on their particular condition and develop a treatment path designed with their goals in mind, whether it includes surgery or not.
Areas of Excellence
An ever-growing number of surgical specialists, sub-specialists and a dedicated nursing team combine to deliver outstanding care.
We offer the highest level of expertise in an array of minimally invasive spinal procedures for the treatment of disk problems, stenosis, tumors, fractures, deformity and instability.
Our Chiari specialists have experience working with patients of all ages diagnosed with a Chiari malformation. You can rely on our doctors to walk you through every step of the process.
We’re affiliated with some of the best hospitals in New Jersey.
We’re proud of our roots.
The first medical students came from Cornell University, soon followed by students from Columbia University in 1921. In 1925, the Neurological Institute and Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center decided to join forces.
The site of the new Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center, with the associated Neurological Institute, was between Broadway and Riverside Drive, from 165th to 168th Street, the location of a former ballpark for the New York Yankees.