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UT Erlanger Neurosurgery Group

UT Erlanger Neurosurgery Group
1010 E. Third St., Suite 202
Chattanooga, TN 37403

Monday – Friday
8:30AM – 4:30AM

Chattanooga Neurosurgery & Spine Clinic (CNS) joined forces with Erlanger in 2015, expanding our nationally recognized neurosciences program with a team of neurosurgical innovators who have served the region for more than a half-century. 

A Minimally-Invasive Approach

With a focus on minimally invasive techniques, the UT Erlanger Neurosurgery Group is dedicated to providing the highest standard of care for our patients.

  • Comprehensive non-surgical treatment and rehab program
  • Excellent surgical treatment through minimally invasive interventions
  • The region’s most comprehensive program for treating back pain with neurosurgical techniques


Spine Disorders -  The Latest Nonsurgical and Surgical Solutions

Brain Disorders - Comprehensive, Multidisciplinary Treatment

Surgical Services

  • Minimally invasive laminectomy & discectomy: quicker recovery times and less need for pain medication than traditional open approaches
  • Kyphoplasty: minimally invasive treatment of spine fractures. Eliminates the need for cumbersome braces. Proven quicker recovery times and less need for pain medication than traditional open approaches
  • Minimally invasive spine fusions
  • Artificial disk surgery: artificial discs represent an emerging treatment option in degenerative disorders of the spine. They are designed to be an alternative to traditional spinal fusion surgery, with the advantage of preserving spinal motion while maintaining stability.
  • Complex spine surgery
  • Scoliosis/deformity correction surgery
  • Spinal cord tumors: surgical treatment and resection
  • Traumatic injuries to the spine: a comprehensive treatment strategy including diagnosis, formulation of appropriate surgical treatment regimen, and post-injury rehabilitiation
  • Epidural steriod injections: non-surgical delivery of medication to the spine to treat nerve and back pain. Performed in an outpatient setting with minimal recovery and healing time.
  • X-stop procedure as an alternative to traditional lumbar laminectomy