Conditions We Treat

From complex disorders of the spine to multifaceted nerve and brain-related issues, Haynes Neurosurgical Group offers treatment for a diverse spectrum of neurological conditions. Our specialized team of neurosurgeons provides exceptional care tailored to each patient's unique needs.

Traumatic Injuries of the Brain

Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) are complex conditions resulting from a sudden blow, jolt, or penetrating injury to the head. Whether caused by accidents, falls, or sports-related incidents, TBIs can lead to significant cognitive, emotional, and physical challenges. 

At Haynes Neurosurgical Group, we recognize the challenges posed by traumatic brain injuries and strive to provide comprehensive care to individuals affected by these conditions.

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Traumatic Injuries of the Spine

Traumatic injuries of the spine refer to damage or harm caused to the spinal column and its components due to external forces or impact. These injuries can have significant implications for your mobility, sensation, and overall neurological function. 

Depending on what type of nerve fiber damage you sustain due to an injury, an acute spinal cord injury can result in chronic back pain or even paralysis. Inflammation triggered at the time of spinal trauma can continue to cause further damage, even weeks after the initial injury. Therefore, all spine injuries should receive immediate medical attention and minimize or prevent further damage. 

At Haynes Neurosurgical Group, our neurosurgeons provide expert spine care and highly advanced treatments for patients suffering from spinal cord injuries.

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Neck and Back Pain

Neck and back pain can be unwelcome companions, impacting every aspect of daily life. Neck and back pain can range from persistent discomfort to debilitating limitations in mobility. 

Neck and back pain may result from a variety of sources, and while muscular issues are common, some cases have underlying neurological causes that require specialized attention. 

We recognize how common these conditions are in current times and emphasize seeking specialized care for a tailored and effective treatment approach. Neck and back pain aren't just inconveniences; they are signals from your body that something may need attention. 

Seeking timely medical attention is not merely about addressing the pain but understanding the underlying causes and finding a path to comprehensive healing. At Haynes Neurosurgical Group, we are dedicated to unraveling the complexities of your unique situation, ensuring that you receive the personalized care you deserve.

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Brain, Skull Base, and Stroke Issues

At Haynes Neurosurgical Group, our neurosurgeons can diagnose, treat, and manage conditions related to the brain, skull base, and strokes. Our specialists collaborate to diagnose and treat an array of brain and skull base conditions. This includes not only memory and seizure disorders but also extends to addressing tumors within the brain or pituitary gland.

For cases where surgical intervention is necessary, Haynes Neurosurgical Group stands at the forefront of innovation. We excel in minimally invasive surgical techniques, emphasizing reduced complication rates and facilitating swifter recoveries for our patients.

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Seizures and Epilepsy

Seizures and epilepsy are neurological conditions that affect the brain and cause recurring seizures. At Haynes Neurosurgical Group, we offer expert care and innovative treatments for patients facing these neurological conditions. 

Seizures occur when there is abnormal electrical activity in the brain, leading to a temporary disruption in normal brain function.

Epilepsy is a chronic neurological disorder characterized by recurrent seizures that can affect people of all ages. 

Our team at Haynes Neurosurgical Group is committed to providing personalized and effective solutions to enhance the quality of life for patients suffering from seizures and epilepsy.

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Neurological Movement Disorders

Neurological movement disorders comprise a group of conditions characterized by abnormal or involuntary movements and impacting motor function. These disorders arise from dysfunction in the brain's motor control system, affecting the coordination, speed, and fluidity of movements. They may manifest as tremors, stiffness, slowness, or involuntary movements. 

Specialized care is crucial for those affected by neurological movement disorders. At Haynes Neurosurgical Group, we recognize the significance of addressing these disorders with expertise and precision.

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Neurological Pain Disorders

Neurological pain can be debilitating and significantly impact a person's quality of life significantly. Neurological pain disorders include conditions that involve chronic pain originating from the nervous system. 

Neurological pain, or nerve pain, can be sharp, throbbing, and chronic, affecting different parts of the body.

These conditions include disruptions in the nervous system, affecting how you feel and move. 

We are committed to providing comprehensive care for managing neurological pain at Haynes Neurosurgical Group. If you or a loved one is experiencing chronic pain of neurological origin, contact us to schedule a consultation and explore available treatment options.

Common neurological pain disorders include neuropathic pain, complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), trigeminal neuralgia, and migraines.

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Tic Disorders

Tic disorders are characterized by the presence of involuntary, repetitive movements and sounds known as tics. These tics can be simple or complex and vary in severity and frequency. 

Tics typically begin in childhood and can persist into adulthood, although they may fluctuate in intensity over time.

The exact cause of tic disorders is not clearly known, but they are believed to involve a combination of genetic, environmental, and neurological factors.

The impact of tic disorders on daily life can be significant. Tics can interfere with academic and occupational performance, social interactions, and self-esteem. Individuals with tic disorders may experience embarrassment, frustration, and anxiety due to the involuntary nature of their tics.

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Brain Tumors

A brain tumor refers to an abnormal growth of cells in or around the brain, originating from the brain or spreading from another body part. These tumors can be non-cancerous or cancerous.

These abnormal growths can significantly impact various aspects of your brain's functioning.

Detecting and addressing brain tumors early is crucial for effective management and better outcomes.

At Haynes Neurosurgical Group, our expert team specializes in diagnosing and treating brain tumors. We prioritize using minimally invasive neurosurgical techniques to treat neurological conditions whenever possible.

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Nerve and Spinal Tumors

Nerve and spinal tumors comprise a spectrum of conditions that demand a nuanced technique that has a balance of expertise and advanced technology. We prioritize a thorough understanding of these conditions, recognizing the impact they can have on every aspect of our patients’ lives.

At Haynes Neurosurgical Group, we understand that managing the complexities of nerve and spinal tumors needs a delicate approach to care. As leaders in neurosurgical excellence, our neurosurgeons are committed to providing unparalleled support and personalized treatment plans for patients facing these challenging conditions.

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Contact Us

At Haynes Neurosurgical Group, we understand the impact neurological conditions can have on your life. Whether you seek insights into specific diagnoses or are looking for treatment options for your neurological condition, we can help.

Our seasoned neurosurgeons use highly advanced technologies and employ a patient-centric ethos at Alabama’s premiere neurosurgical practice.

To schedule a consultation with one of our experts, please call us at (205) 787-8676 or request an appointment online. 

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Fax: (205) 785-7944

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P.O.B. I, Suite 310
Birmingham, AL 35211

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