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As a trusted independent physician group, our mission is to provide the best brain and spine care to the 25,000 patients we see each year. Our physicians are known for their skill and innovation in treating complex spine problems, brain tumors, stroke, aneurysms, movement disorders, and other neurological diseases and disorders. It's why we treat more neurosurgery patients than any other provider in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. And it's why patients come to us from across the country and around the world.

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Carotid artery disease

About 15 percent of strokes are caused by carotid artery disease, a condition also known as carotid stenosis. Dr. Lincoln Jiménez, a neurovascular specialist with Mayfield Brain & Spine, discusses prevention, diagnosis and treatment options in this video.

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Rusty's story

Thoracic disc herniation

"Life had been going along normally," says Rusty, a U.S. Army veteran and former paratrooper who designs railroad tracks and operating plans for a living. "Then one day I just started getting a little numbness in my thighs and feet. It wasn't too bad, but it kept progressing, and in January of 2017 I started having a lot more problems. My left leg wouldn't do what I wanted it to do."

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Rusty's Story

Spinal Cord Stimulation for Chronic Pain

Mayfield presents a patient symposium on a new type of spinal cord stimulation, called high-frequency HF10 Therapy, that delivers 10,000 Hz to provide more pain relief to patients without the tingling sensation (paresthesia). This patient symposium was held Oct 17, 2017 in partnership with Nevro. Drs. Orlando and Bailey have no financial interests with Nevro.


In part 1, Dr. Marc Orlando reviews who is a candidate and the SCS trial (test-drive) procedure.


In part 2, Dr. Steven Bailey discusses the implant surgery, risks, and results of HF10 spinal cord stimulation.

Leaders in Minimally Invasive Surgery

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Our PM&R team provides nerve blocks & injections for sacroiliac pain >

Meningiomas: Risk Factors, Treatment Options and Future Advances with Dr. Ron Warnick

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Same-day, outpatient surgery at the Mayfield Spine Surgery Center

Announcing new PT services from the spine experts

Mayfield Physical Therapy is now available at our Rookwood and West Chester locations. Nearly 80% of our spine patients are able to recover with nonsurgical treatment. We strive to manage patients as conservatively as possible. Physical therapy strengthens back and stomach muscles.

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The Mayfield Standard, Fall 2017

A seasonal publication for friends of Mayfield Brain & Spine

Inside this issue:

  • Mayfield Marches Forward, Chairman's Message
  • In a mother's memory, a 5,000-mile ride for brain tumor research
  • Mazor X™ for minimally invasive lumbar fusion
  • Foundation announces Morriss Spark Grant
  • The Jewish Hospital upgrades Gamma Knife® for superior performance and greater patient comfort
  • Much more...

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The Mayfield Imaging Center provides advanced diagnostic imaging services to Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a safe, easy and comfortable diagnostic test that uses a magnetic field and radio waves, instead of x-rays, to take pictures of internal parts of the body.

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