Highly skilled specialists, providing advice and sharing knowledge
At AAMC, we provide the most advanced services and techniques for diagnosing and treating brain injuries and disorders. Our multidisciplinary team includes neurosurgeons, oncologists, radiation oncologists and neurologists — all skilled at using the latest technologies and most innovative surgical and non-surgical methods. Our physicians attend weekly brain tumor conferences to share information and plan and coordinate patient services.
We offer our patients the best information and resources to help them make decisions about treatment options. Our medical team is “high tech, high touch”— meaning they utilize state-of-the-art technologies while offering the most supportive and personalized care.
For additional information and referral to an AAMC brain specialist, contact askAAMC at 443-481-4000.
What Makes The AAMC Brain Center Exceptional?
Less invasive treatment methods, such as focused radiation, microscopes and lasers, helping us to care for patients more safely and effectively.
AAMC is designated as a Certified Stroke Center by The Joint Commission, providing cutting edge treatment that can significantly improve outcomes for stroke patients.
Novalis, our non-invasive, incision-free stereotactic radiosurgery and radiotherapy, uses precisely shaped beams of radiation to target the area to be treated without injuring the healthy surrounding tissue. Novalis technology offers new hope to those with inoperable brain tumors, among other conditions.
AAMC is the first See and Treat® Cancer Care Center in the world, offering the most sophisticated diagnostic technologies that shorten scan times and provide improved image quality.
Specialists precisely target brain disease using PET/CT scans. Positron Emission Tomography (PET) combined with Computed Tomography (CT) creates images of metabolic activity and precisely pinpoints where abnormal brain lesions are located.