Brain & Spine Institute
A team of world-renowned physicians restoring life to patients through a multi-disciplinary approach to care for conditions of the brain and spine.
The UofL Health – Brain & Spine Institute, in partnership with our UofL Physicians neurologists, neurosurgeons, physical medicine and rehabilitation, neuropsychology and rehab psychology experts provide patients with a multi-disciplinary approach for a full spectrum of brain, spine and central nervous system conditions. We offer comprehensive assessment and treatment to patients with neurological conditions including brain tumor, aneurysm, stroke, Parkinson's disease, epilepsy, spinal stenosis, traumatic brain injury and more.
Experts in our comprehensive Brain & Spine Institute are nationally recognized neuroscience leaders working collaboratively within our organization to create a renowned model of care at UofL Health.
By the Numbers
1st Institute in the State to Provide Gamma Tile Therapy
$11.5 Million in Active Neurosurgery Research
- Highly skilled team of over 50 providers in 7 locations
- Collaborative, highly integrated network with more than 20 sub-specialties for the most comprehensive, advanced care
- Nationally credentialled programs (stroke, epilepsy) and 4 designated Centers of Excellence
- Largest academic network in the region conducting high-level research
- Differentiated by “firsts” and unique services
Backed by academic research, we offer the most advanced diagnostics, treatments and procedures. With every referral we can dramatically change lives, thanks to innovative expertise and comprehensive, compassionate care. That’s the Power of U.
First-in-Kentucky Technology Investment Transforms Neuro Care
Committing to our values of education and research, UofL Health has procured Synaptive Medical’s Modus V robotic exoscope and Modus Planning Software at UofL Health – Jewish Hospital. This medical advancement is the first in the state and works to plan and visualize surgeons’ movements with their instruments much more accurately. Brian J. Williams, M.D., sits down along with his patient, Edna Evans, to share how this new era of groundbreaking robotic technology system provides safe and more gentle surgical care.