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Stroke RehabilitationThe meeting brought together neurosurgeons, neurologists, stroke specialists, nurses, stroke care support teams and chief medical officers who discussed recent clinical evidence indicating that early surgical intervention of intracerebral hemorrhage -- also called hemorrhagic stroke -- using new access technology can mitigate brain injury and result in a faster, more complete recovery. This offers new hope for hemorrhagic stroke patients who may have had no surgical options before.
Primary CareIt is important to bring your insurance card each time you visit the office, as well as a photo ID. The card is an important guide to your insurance company's pre-certification, copayment, and claims requirements. Please advise the receptionist of any changes to your contact information, your marital status, insurance, or primary care physician.
Emergency CareIf urgent problems arise, a Goodman Campbell neurosurgeon is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. When the office is closed, call 317-396-1300 to reach the answering service. An on-call physician will be contacted immediately. If necessary, you may also call 911 or travel to the nearest hospital emergency room.
Neurology"What we are seeing in the peer-reviewed clinical evidence is truly groundbreaking for the appropriate patients who had very little to be optimistic about before when suffering a hemorrhagic stroke," said Anantha Shekhar, M.D., Ph.D., director of the Indiana Clinical and Translation Sciences Institute (Indiana CTSI). "Bringing together these well-respected thought leaders from across the spectrum of neurology, neurosurgical and neuro critical care and sharing our experiences with the goal of impacting clinical outcomes of this disease is a unique effort and a monumental step in the right direction."
Carpal Tunnel SyndromeA condition caused by compression of the median nerve in the carpal tunnel, characterized especially by discomfort and disturbances of sensation in the hand.
NeurolysisNeurolysis: Neurolysis is the destruction of nerves or nerve tissue or freeing a nerve from inflammatory adhesions by radio frequency, heat, cutting or by chemical injection.
EpilepsyGoodman Campbell neurosurgeons lead the state in the treatment of brain disorders, with more than 25 surgeons specializing in distinct areas of brain disorders and treatment, including brain trauma, tumors and neurological disorders (tremor, Parkinson's disease, and some chronic pain). We also offer services not found anywhere else in the state and are often a referral destination for other neurosurgical practices in the region, given our expertise in the rarest diseases and conditions of the brain and the volumes of complex treatments we perform, including skull base surgery, epilepsy surgery, the most difficult brain tumors and Indiana's widest variety of radiosurgery options, including The Indiana Lions Gamma Knife Center and Novalis.
Computed TomographyWe insist on doing things the best way possible for the sake of our patients. From advocating for superior neuroradiology and focused subspecialties, Dr. Goodman and ING cofounder Dr. John Russell turned over much of what was traditionally considered neurosurgery to the neuroradiologists, fostering the specialty's growth and allowing neurosurgeons more time devoted to neurosurgery. In 1974, they pushed for Methodist Hospital to order Indiana's first computed tomography scanner, becoming just the 25th hospital in the world to possess this capability. For three years, this was the only scanner in Indiana.
ChemotherapyNeurosurgeons at Indiana University and Riley Hospitals are currently using the CRW and Leksell stereotactic frames to perform biopsies, aspirate cysts, and deliver intraventricular chemotherapy as well as intracavitary irradiation with P-32.
Radiation TherapyNo other neurosurgery practice in Indiana has as many radiosurgery and radiotherapy options available. Patients and referring physicians can rest assured that a patient will be able to receive the most beneficial radiation therapy method for their particular condition.
Radiation OncologyIn the summer of 1997, the IU School of Medicine Departments of Neurological Surgery and Radiation Oncology jointly began operation of a Gamma Knife for stereotactic radiosurgery. The Gamma Knife is used to control benign and malignant brain tumors, obliterate arteriovenous malformations (AVMs) and relieve pain from trigeminal neuralgia in patients who are unwilling or unable to accept the risks associated with conventional surgery. Gamma Knife can provide convection-enhanced delivery of chemotherapy.
Ultrasound"Appreciated Dr. McCanna's diagnosis and the way he scheduled me in for ultrasound and having the injection by Dr. Wilson and his staff." - Anthony W.
MRIAugust 20, 2015 The brain surgeon is setting up the iPad, calling up the MRI and saying he’s never seen anything like it. The mom and the dad are almost in tears, trying to keep it together for their kid, the one with the brain tumor...
SciaticaA clinical diagnosis based on complaints of pain and abnormal sensations in the buttocks region with extension into the hips and posterior thigh as would be seen in sciatica.
WhiplashSpinal Trauma: Skull tongs are used in traction to stabilize both the head and spine for conservative treatment, cervical fractures, and dislocations - a cervical traction. Cervical traction is used for minor neck injuries without obvious fractures i.e. Whiplash injury, neck muscle spasm, conservative treatment of cervical disk lesions. More severe trauma will require the spine neurosurgeon to reconstruct the spine using a combination of screws, metal plates and rods.
Pinched NervePain caused by damage to nerve tissue. It is often felt as a burning or stabbing pain. One example of neuropathic pain is a "pinched nerve."
Minimally Invasive SurgeryA form of minimally invasive surgery using a type of endoscope known as a laproscope. The technique allows surgeons to perform procedures without making major incisions that can lead to long recovery times.
NeurosurgeryDr. Todd Eads brings a wealth of neurosurgical expertise that includes minimally invasive and complex spine surgery, and image-navigated brain and spine surgery. His interests in neuro-oncology encompass pituitary tumors, and intrinsic and metastatic brain tumors. Other facets of his practice are brain and spine trauma, and peripheral nerve entrapment syndromes. Dr. Eads is a member of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons and the Congress of Neurological Surgeons. He is certified by the American Board of Neurological Surgeons. Dr. Eads earned his bachelor’s degrees in biology and mathematics at Indiana University in Bloomington, IN, and his medical degree from the Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis, IN. He completed his residency in neurological surgery at the Indiana University School of Medicine with a fellowship in skull base and vascular neurosurgery with Dr. Troy Payner. He is a veteran of the US Air Force, having served as a neurosurgeon at Travis Air Force Base, California, from 2011-2015, and as the Chief of Neurosurgery at Craig Joint Theater Hospital, Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan in 2012, during Operation Enduring Freedom. In his spare time, Dr. Eads enjoys activities with his wife and children. He also enjoys reading, running, tennis, and basketball.
Vascular SurgeryResidents in the neurological surgery program at Indiana University Medical Center are responsible for the complete care of adults and children with neurological surgery problems, including Intracranial and Carotid Vascular Surgery, Skull Base Surgery, Neuro-oncology, Gamma Knife Radiosurgery, Frame and Frameless Stereotactic Surgery, Epilepsy Surgery, Pallidotomy/Functional Neurosurgery, Neuroendoscopy, Level 1 Cranial and Spinal Neurotrauma, Spinal Instrumentation, and Peripheral Nerve Surgery. The Neurological Surgery Section also employs 7 PhD neuroscientists who are dedicated to neurological surgery research.
Knee ReplacementAn artificial body part such as an artificial leg or arm. The term prosthesis is also used to describe some of the implants used in the body such as a hip or knee replacement device.
LesionsWe also introduced radiosurgery for the treatment of brain tumors and vascular malformations, stereotactic biopsy of brain lesions, neuronavigation as aid to cranial surgery and spinal instrumentation in complex spinal disorders by neurosurgeons.
Testicular CancerThe neurosurgeons with Goodman Campbell Brain and Spine are internationally recognized for our surgical management of primary and metastatic brain tumors, including Lance Armstrong's successful testicular cancer treatment. Frameless stereotaxis with the Stealth unit, Axiss system, intraoperative MRI and CT scanning, and functional mapping are used including speech mapping, motor mapping and motor evoked potentials.
EndoscopyWe also offer new non-invasive and minimally invasive programs, including stereotactic surgery, pallidotomies for Parkinson's disease, radiosurgery using the gamma knife, endoscopy and glycerol injections for trigeminal neuralgia.
Physical TherapyTrigger Point Injections: Trigger point injections are local injections of local anesthetics into areas of muscle spasm. Trigger points are areas of tight muscles bands or palpable "knots" of a muscle. Trigger points can cause localized pain and even referred pain patterns (pain which radiates away from the local site when pressure is applied). Injections can facilitate physical therapy, massage, or break a painful cycle of muscle pain. Trigger point injections are not truly nerve blocks; rather they are muscle blocks. Muscles that are chronically tense or in spasm become tender and painful. The pain triggers more spasm and pain. Physical therapy and exercise are the primary treatments, but injections into the muscle can help to break the vicious cycle.
Slipped DiscThe intervertebral disc - cartilaginous cushion found between the vertebrae of the spinal column. It may bulge beyond the vertebral body and compress the nearby nerve root, causing pain. The terms "slipped disc," "ruptured disc," and "herniated disc" are often used interchangeably even though there are subtle differences.
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