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Welcome to Jackson Neurosurgery Clinic

At Jackson Neurosurgery Clinic, we understand that comprehensive accuracy is paramount when it comes to the diagnosis and treatment of any neurological disorder. Our physicians are ABMS board certified, skilled and experienced in treating a wide variety of neurological conditions.

Their goal—and ours—is to provide you with nothing less than the highest level of neurological care in a truly state-of-the-art setting. We provide this to everyone requiring interventional pain management, spine surgery, or other neurosurgical need.

Jackson Neurosurgery Clinic now offering Mobi-C device artificial disc replacement procedures.

The minimally invasive TESSYS® approach is suitable for almost every kind of herniated intervertebral disc surgery when conservative treatment fails, when neurological signs progress, and in the event of acute cauda equina compression.

Providing access to Full-Body MRI Scans, Precision Montage delivers Multiple Waveforms, all powered by Illumina 3D. No longer compromise Pain Relief for Full-Body MRI — Precision Montage MRI couples the most advanced programming proven Illumina 3D to provide excellent pain relief and Full-Body MRI.


New at Jackson Neurosurgery Clinic

The Jazz Lock™ is an innovative spinal fusion system designed for a posterior (back) approach instead of an anterior (front) fusion approach.

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Jackson Neurosurgery Clinic

Jackson Neurosurgery is proud to bring the addition of Coflex® solutions to the Jackson Metro area.

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Neurosurgery Clinic in Jackson, MS

Jackson Neurosurgery Clinic now offering Mobi-C device type procedures.

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