Specialized Care and a Collaborative Approach
Our neurosurgeons practice collaborative care. In every case, we consider the possibilities and perspectives unique to our diverse superspecialties. Our physicians, researchers and healthcare professionals approach each patient with the desire and capability to provide the best care possible.
Patients Stories & Resources
Back in the Saddle After Lifelong Spinal Conditions
Ginger has loved and worked with horses for much of her life. But in past years, pain from lifelong health issues forced her to retire from the therapeutic riding program she started for children with disabilities. Ginger’s own horses, Buddy and Harley, are stabled on a farm in Zionsville owned by a longtime friend. Over […]
A Return to an Active Life After Lumbar Fusion
Jay and his family live in Indianapolis in a house that’s been in the family for several generations. Though his kids have grown, Jay looks back on a life in which sports and physical activity—whether on his own, with friends or with his wife and kids—have played a huge role. Being active has been important […]
What is an APP and Why Should I See One?
Goodman Campbell Brain and Spine is a pioneer in offering care to patients provided by Advanced Practice Providers with advanced neuro-specific training and experience. Advanced practice providers, also known as APPs, include nurse practitioners (NPs) and physician assistants (PAs). In certain circumstances APPs may be the first medical professional to see you whether you are […]