About Our Practice
Our board certified neurosurgeons can manage nearly all neurosurgical problems. Using the latest techniques, neurosurgeons work closely with other specialists to provide the most comprehensive care and treatment for each patient.
Consistently High Patient Satisfaction Scores
Patient satisfaction rates are consistently in the high 90th percentile among neurosurgery patients. Patients who have undergone brain or spine surgery rate the skill and courtesy of our four neurosurgeons as extremely high, placing them in top percentiles among all neurosurgeons in a national survey.
Conditions We Treat
- Brain tumors
- Pituitary tumors
- Skull base tumors
All aspects of spine surgery including:
- Spine fractures
- Degenerative disk
- Cervical and lumbar spinal stenosis
- Spinal cord tumors
- Peripheral nerve
- Carpal tunnel and ulnar nerve surgery
Trauma Care: Comprehensive neuro-trauma care is available 24 hours a day, seven day a week.
Pre-screening: Some neurosurgeons require a referral from a physician. Whether or not you have received a referral, please contact the neurosurgeon’s office to learn what tests or information will be needed before your first appointment. In some instances, a recent (within the last three months) MRI of the involved area is required.
Insurance: Please contact your neurosurgeon’s office for insurances accepted.
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Traverse City-based neurosurgeon Thomas C. Schermerhorn, M.D., is also on the University of Michigan (U-M) Medical School faculty. Dr. Schermerhorn serves as an adjunct clinical assistant professor in the U-M Department of Neurosurgery. He performs clinical duties in Ann Arbor and assists in the leadership development of residents in neurosurgery. Dr. Schermerhorn completed his residency at Mayo Medical School in 2004.
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