Board-Certified Intervention for Brain Disorders
At Princeton Brain & Spine, we believe knowledge is power—and patients are real people deserving of compassionate, personalized care. From structural defects to cysts, benign tumors and rare forms of cancer, we offer advanced neurosurgical options tailored to each patient’s unique health needs. Partnering with NJ and PA's most reputable hospitals, PBS surgeons provide state-of-the-art diagnostic and treatment services that save lives, restore well-being and bring hope to patients and families.
Brain Tumor Diagnosis & Treatment
Empowering Patients Through Education
Brain cancer or a brain tumor diagnosis is daunting, but Princeton Brain & Spine is your healthcare partner: educating and providing the resources you need to make informed decisions. Based on the brain cancer’s location, size and type, your course of treatment may involve a combination of surgery, radiation therapy and chemotherapy. Throughout the process, your clinical team works collaboratively to develop a treatment approach that takes factors like age, overall health, extent of disease and quality of life into account.
What We Do
Neurosurgical Intervention for Tumors
If you’ve been diagnosed with a brain tumor, neurosurgical intervention may vary from an awake, minimally invasive needle biopsy to complete tumor removal. Deep-seated tumors or tumors close to the language or motor areas of the brain often prevent aggressive removal, but recent advances in surgical technology and neurophysiological monitoring have made surgery safer and more accessible. Breakthroughs like infrared lights, optical cameras and digitized instruments serve as real-time guides for precision procedures. In some cases, neurophysiologists guide surgeons through brain stimulation and mapping, helping them avoid eloquent areas of brain tissue when removing tumors. Think of this process like a GPS system navigating a vehicle’s driver.
Brain Disorder Treatment Outcomes
Treatment results vary by patient, but there is undoubtedly hope for people facing a brain tumor diagnosis. The type of tumor or structural defect and its location play the greatest role in successful intervention. Using imaging, biopsy and pathology results, our neurosurgical team provides you with critical information about expected treatment outcomes, symptom management and more. Princeton Brain & Spine is on the cutting-edge of treatment research, and we partner with oncologists, radiologists and primary care physicians to support and advocate for you—every step of the way.