More people ask for Mayfield.

More than 20,000 patients come to the Mayfield Clinic for brain and spine care each year, making it one of the largest neurosurgery practices in the United States. Mayfield physicians treat patients for spinal disorders and deformities, brain tumors, strokes and aneurysms, epilepsy, Parkinson's Disease, facial pain, back pain, Chiari malformations, and more.

Our neurosurgery training program at the University of Cincinnati Department of Neurosurgery is world-renowned, and the graduates of our program work in leading neuroscience centers throughout the world, including right here in Cincinnati.

From complex neurosurgery to minimally invasive surgery and outpatient procedures that get you home the same day, Mayfield Clinic is your total neurosurgical resource. And that's why more people ask for Mayfield.


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Mayfield treats more spine patients than any other spine care program or practice in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. Each year more than 20,000 patients from around the world choose Mayfield for their neurosurgical care.

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