Livingston, NJ 07039
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What We Offer
At our Livingston, NJ office, our practice provides a variety of treatments for disorders such as:
As neurosurgeons, we offer evaluation, treatment and patient education of traumatic brain injuries ranging from mild to severe, including concussions.
A subspecialty of plastic, oral and maxillary surgery, craniofacial surgery is performed to correct deformities of the face, skull, neck and jaws. The experienced neurosurgeons at ANA are highly trained in preforming the latest techniques to correct these types of disorders.
The most common neurological problem in children, epilepsy is a seizure disorder that may be due to an underlying medical condition or traumatic injury of the brain. Our practice offers both invasive and non-invasive methods of treatment for this condition. In addition, our surgeons participate and, in some cases, direct programs that have been designated as Level 4 Epilepsy Centers.
Hydrocephalus occurs in adults and children and is caused by either an obstruction or overproduction of cerebrospinal (CSF) fluid leading to increased intracranial pressure. ANA will perform an extensive neurological evaluation and create a customized treatment plan with treatment options such as CSF shunting and endoscopic third ventriculostomy (ETV).
Spine Disorders and Diseases
Though spine disorders are some of the most complex disorders in the medical profession, the skilled surgeons of ANA are highly experienced in providing a thorough treatment plan for a variety of spinal conditions.
Tumors of the Central and Peripheral Nervous System
Tumors of the nervous system affect approximately 3,000 children each year. The specialists at ANA are at the forefront of the latest advancements to treat these difficult tumors.
Located directly next to Saint Barnabas Medical Center, take Northfield Avenue from Route 280 East for approximately five miles. Then, make a left onto Old Short Hills Road and keep left. Our office is located on the right-hand side.