Sperling Neurosurgery Associates is proud to offer Neuravive, a revolutionary, noninvasive treatment for uncontrollable tremors. With a balance of clinical precision and compassionate care, our expert physicians and staff use Neuravive to control tremors that are unresponsive to medication or other therapies. The proven success of Neuravive stems from two key medical technologies—the real-time precision of the world’s most advanced MRI technology and noninvasive Focused Ultrasound (FUS) to destroy the tiny area in the brain where tremors originate.
Our goal for each patient is the integration of physical health with emotional wellness, daily ease of function, and improved quality of life. From initial consultation and evaluation to post-treatment follow-up, we are here for our patients and their families as Neuravive transforms and restores their lives.
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Sperling Neurosurgery Associates is driven by world-renowned expertise and relentless research into the most advanced, noninvasive methods for diagnosing and treating our patients. Our team members are committed to excellence in clinical care and compassion in restoring quality of life. Get to know our practice, our team and our philosophy of patient-centered care in this video.
“It’s the day after and I feel great. It’s amazing! My hand is steady. I can write, I can drink without a top on the cup. When I came out I burst into laughter and tears at the same time. … My journey is being renewed at the age of 62 – I can live again!”
“The procedure went well. I have full use of my right hand, doing things that I couldn’t before do. It’s the beginning of what I call a game changer.”
“I feel amazing. I feel excellent. When I came out of the machine and the doctor asked me to put out hands and my right hand was no longer shaking, it hit me. I've had brain surgery without being cut, without being touched, and this miracle happened.”