To be seen by a Neurosurgeon at OHSU a referral from your health insurance company (dependent upon your coverage) or your Primary Care Physician (if you have an HMO) is required. Neurosurgery as a specialty at OHSU does not accept self-referrals.
OHSU Physician Consult: 800 245-6478
General Neurological Surgery: 503 494-4314
Neurological Surgery provides diagnosis, consultation and surgical treatment for brain, spine, chronic pain, movement and nervous system disorders.
The Neuro-Oncology and Skull Base Neurosurgery Clinic provides neurosurgical therapies for skull base tumors, acoustic neuromas and vascular lesions (aneurysms, AVMs), in cooperation with the Department of Otolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery.
Neurosurgical treatment of vascular abnormalities of the brain and spine.
The OHSU Facial Pain Program is a national leader in the treatment of orofacial pains, including trigeminal neuralgia (tic douloureaux).
In partnership with the Parkinson Center of Oregon and Movement Disorders Program, neurological surgery provides a comprehensive spectrum of medical and neurosurgical evaluation and treatments for adult patients with movement disorders, including evaluation for deep brain stimulation (DBS).
Comprehensive treatment of injuries associated with brain, spine and spinal cord trauma are provided in collaboration with OHSU's emergency physicians, neurosurgeons, trauma service and the Neurosciences Critical Care unit team.
Interdisciplinary care for complex neurosurgical diseases, in cooperation with other departments in Doernbecher Children's Hospital, OHSU Hospital and Shriners Hospital for Children, Portland.
The OHSU Northwest Pituitary Center is a leader in pituitary care — performing more pituitary diagnoses, second opinions and procedures of all types and complexities than any other medical center in the region.
OHSU offers surgical spine care through the Department of Neurological Surgery and at the OHSU Spine Center.
Comprehensive pain care, including psychological evaluation and counseling. Special emphasis on surgical treatments of medically intractable pain problems.