Clinica Rotger maintains a coordinated work philosophy in its Neurological Institute, which offers specialized assistance 24 hours a day, using the latest technological advances for individualized diagnosis and treatment.
The Neurological Institute of Clinica Rotger promotes interdisciplinary work in the fields of neuroradiology, traumatology, oncology, otorhinolaryngology, anaesthesia and intensive care. Through this multidisciplinary cooperation and with the latest technological equipment, an accurate diagnosis is made and comprehensive treatment is more effectively approached from the point of view of patient safety.
The specialists in the neurosurgery team deal primarily with brain tumors, intracranial bleeding, hydrocephalus, severe head injuries and acute or degenerative pathologies of the spine. There is also a special interest in the treatment of cerebral vascular pathologies, including complex pathologies requiring cerebral revascularization.
Whenever possible, minimally invasive techniques are applied for skull base surgery, an approach that is beneficial to the patient and for which our specialists participate in international research studies to offer new surgical techniques.
As far as the pathology of the spine is concerned, surgical and endoscopic techniques of minimally invasive surgery have also been developed for the treatment of pathologies of the cervical and lumbar spine, allowing to optimize results and minimize risks and hospital stays.
As far as research is concerned, we take part in various courses on cerebral revascularization, skull base surgery, etc., and on the other hand we also conduct such courses, both nationally and internationally.
The treatment of these pathologies requires advanced technological equipment, such as stereotactic guidance, an operating room for endovascular interventions, intraoperative neurophysiological monitoring, support for neuronavigation systems and a penteromicroscope.
· Minimally invasive spine surgery: endoscopic or microsurgical treatment of cervical and lumbar disc herniations and lumbar canal stenoses as well as spinal tumors.
· Pathology of cerebral vessels: cerebral aneurysms, cerebral vascular malformations, cerebral revascularization.
· Oncological pathology: cranial base meningioma, acoustic neurinomas and other brain tumours.
· Endoscopic surgery of the skull base: pituitary tumors