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Best Neurosurgeon in Hobart

Best Neurosurgeon in Hobart

If you find yourself to be in a situation where finding the best Hobart Neurosurgeon gets difficult, then we are here to help you out with this. Below is a list of the top and leading Geelong neurosurgeon. To help you find the best neurosurgeon Hobart located near to you, we put together our own list based on patient of neurosurgeon Sydney reviews.

This article is updated every 1-2 months.

⇒ Mr Andrew Hunn

Mr Andrew Hunn

Mr Andrew Hunn Mr Andrew Hunn has extensive experience in cranial neurosurgery, in adults and children. He has particular interest and experience in the management of tumours of the pituitary gland, acoustic neuroma surgery , surgery of the pineal region, Chiari malformation treatment and complex vascular surgery. He also has extensive experience in the management of peripheral nerve and brachial plexus lesions.

Specialty Interests:
  • Neurosurgeon
Address: 49 Augusta Rd, Lenah Valley TAS 7008, Australia
Phone: 03 6228 6966
Website: www.neurosurgerytasmania.com.au

⇒ Mr Nova Thani

Mr Nova Thani Mr Nova Thani is an Australian trained neurosurgeon, with adult and pediatric experience in cranial and peripheral nerve surgeries. His expertise includes the surgical management of brain tumours, skull base lesions, cerebral aneurysms, vascular malformations, CSF flow disorders, trigeminal neuralgia, peripheral nerve tumours and entrapments.

Specialty Interests:
  • Neurosurgeon
Address: 49 Augusta Rd, Lenah Valley TAS 7008, Australia
Phone: 03 6228 6966
Website: www.neurosurgerytasmania.com.au
Mr Nova Thani

⇒ Ms Imogen Ibbett

Ms Imogen Ibbett

Ms Imogen Ibbett Ms Ibbett is an Australian trained and qualified neurosurgeon. She has completed a cerebrovascular fellowship at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham in the UK. Ms Ibbett has a particular interest in the management of cerebral aneurysms and arteriovenous malformations of the brain. She has extensive experience in the management of these conditions in both the emergency and elective setting.

Specialty Interests:
  • Neurosurgeon
Address: 49 Augusta Rd, Lenah Valley TAS 7008, Australia
Phone: 03 6228 6966
Website: www.neurosurgerytasmania.com.au

⇒ Dr Hayden Bell

Dr Hayden Bell Dr Bell is a native of Hobart and completed his medical degree at the University of Tasmania. Following completion of specialty training in South Australia/Northern Territory he joined the neurosurgical departments at Westmead and Royal North Shore Hospital in Sydney and underwent a further two year neuro-endovascular fellowship. Here he gained experience in all aspects of neurovascular intervention including cerebral and spinal angiography.

Specialty Interests:
  • Neurosurgeon
Address: 49 Augusta Rd, Lenah Valley TAS 7008, Australia
Phone: 03 6228 6966
Website: www.neurosurgerytasmania.com.au
Dr Hayden Bell

⇒ Dr Peter Sayers

Dr Peter Sayers

Dr Peter Sayers Dr Sayers is an independent specialist anaesthetist who has been in practice in Hobart for over 20 years. He has extensive experience in the anaesthesia of spinal and neurosurgical conditions.

Specialty Interests:
  • Neurosurgeon
Address: 49 Augusta Rd, Lenah Valley TAS 7008, Australia
Phone: 03 6228 6966
Website: www.neurosurgerytasmania.com.au

⇒ Dr Mat Yarrow

Dr Mat Yarrow is a specialist physician in Neurology and General Medicine with a Clinical Diploma of Palliative Medicine. Chris founded Geelong Neurology in 2018 and strives to provide comprehensive and compassionate patient centred care. Geelong Neurology was excited to join the GED specialist group in 2020 and welcomes new referrals.

Specialty Interests:
  • ENT Specialists
Address: 49 Augusta Rd, Lenah Valley TAS 7008, Australia
Phone: 03 6228 6966
Website: www.neurosurgerytasmania.com.au
Dr Mat Yarrow

⇒Mr Anders Bown

Mr Anders Bown

Mr Anders Bown is an expert in the management of brain, spine, and nerve conditions. Mr. Adamides completed his medical studies in the United Kingdom in 2000. He then undertook neurosurgical training in Australia and is now part of Neuroaxis. In 2012, he became a fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons. For over five years, he has been a practicing neurosurgeon at the Royal Melbourne Hospital. He has a passion for microsurgery and complex neurosurgical cases. Consequently, this lead him to undergo further specialty training in cerebrovascular neurosurgery.

Specialty Interests:
  • Neurosurgeon
Address: 49 Augusta Rd, Lenah Valley TAS 7008, Australia
Phone: 03 6228 6966
Website: www.neurosurgerytasmania.com.au

What is a neurosurgeon?

The neurosurgeon is a specialist in surgical interventions in the central, peripheral and vegetative nervous system. The specialist in neurosurgery not only takes care of injuries, diseases and undesirable developments in the structures of the major nervous systems (CNS, PNS), but also the blood vessels and sheaths that supply them. In addition, there are preliminary examinations as well as subsequent measures for therapy and rehabilitation.

Neurosurgery is the sub-area of surgery that specifically deals with the central and peripheral nervous system. With his narrowly defined activity, which includes both technical-operative and functional-physiological knowledge, the specialist in neurosurgery serves his own special and at the same time demanding medical field between the specialist areas of surgery and neurology.

In contrast to those in general surgery, operations in neurosurgery usually relate to extremely small areas and structures and are not infrequently carried out as part of microsurgical interventions. In addition, there is the close interweaving of injury or illness and neural functions, which the neurosurgeon must know and take into account in their complexity.

The neurosurgery specialist will accompany the patient both before and after the operation. He explains the procedure, the goal and the consequences of the operation and, together with other specialists, discusses the subsequent therapy and the corresponding rehabilitation measures.

What does a neurosurgeon do?

The following examination and treatment methods are carried out in the medical department of neurosurgery.

  • Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)
  • Electro-encephalogram (EEG)
  • Electromyography (EMG)
  • Electrophysiological examination
  • Lumbar puncture
  • Palliative medicine
  • Pain pacemaker