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Spine and Spinal Cord Tumors

Norton Neuroscience Institute neurosurgeons work closely with Norton Cancer Institute specialists to treat spine and spinal cord tumors.

Spinal tumors can press on nerve roots and the spinal cord, leading to arm or leg pain, loss of bowel or bladder control, or paralysis. These tumors can spread or metastasize from other sites of cancer or originate from the spinal cord itself.

Norton Healthcare brings together a multidisciplinary team to address spinal tumors for a personalized treatment plan unique to you. Our team includes the following specialists:

The specialists from Norton Neuroscience Institute and Norton Cancer Institute meet weekly to discuss each patient’s condition, share viewpoints and work together in a multidisciplinary setting. They often see patients at the same visit to develop individualized care plans.

Care That’s Focused on You

  • We offer same-day appointments and Saturday hours.
  • No referral is needed.
  • With 11 offices in Louisville and surrounding areas, including Southern Indiana, we’re close to home or work.
  • Norton Neurosciences & Spine Rehabilitation Center is the only center in Louisville dedicated to outpatient neurological and spine rehabilitation.
  • Norton Neuroscience Institute Resource Center offers free classes and support to patients and their families.
  • Communicate with your provider, manage appointments, refill prescriptions and more anytime from a computer or mobile device with a free MyNortonChart account.

Why Norton Neuroscience Institute for Your Spine Care Services

  • Our experienced team includes 11 board-certified neurosurgeons, 12 advanced practice providers, neuro-spine specialized rehabilitation therapists and pain management specialists.
  • We are nationally recognized by Becker’s Hospital Review as one of 100 great neurosurgery and spine programs.
  • We offer comprehensive care ranging from nonsurgical treatments to the most advanced surgical technologies, including minimally invasive approaches and robotic-assisted surgery.
  • Surgery is considered only after trying noninvasive treatments.
  • Our physicians and advanced practice providers are skilled in pinpointing your diagnosis, offering the right care and working to get you back to feeling yourself.
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See a Spine Care Specialist

Audubon, Downtown and Regional Locations

(502) 583-1697

Brownsboro and St. Matthews Locations

(502) 394-6390

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