Neurosurgery Services | WVU Medicine Camden Clark

WVU Medicine Camden Clark neurosurgeons are at the forefront of complex surgeries of the brain, spine and nervous system.
Our neurosurgeons are not just brain surgeons, they are medically trained neurosurgical specialists who can also help patients suffering
from back and neck pain as well as a host of other illnesses ranging from head injury to nerve tumors.
  • Disorders of the skull
  • Degenerative disorders of the spine (neck & back)
  • Infections of the brain and spine
  • Injuries to the brain, spine and nerves
  • Peripheral nerve disorders
  • Tumors and infections of the brain & spine
We are committed to patient-centered care that enhances the patient’s experience through the often confusing and frightening process of spinal, brain, and nerve problems.
Before seeing a neurosurgeon, it’s important to have a good relationship with your primary care physician. If you have been experiencing back pain for six weeks or more, and it is not relieved with conservative treatment, you may want to ask your doctor for a referral for a neurosurgical opinion.
Other signs you may need to see a neurosurgeon are extremity pain, numbness, or weakness; or sudden loss of bowel or bladder control.


Our focus is to diagnose the medical condition, and then educate the patient and family, so that they have a thorough and honest understanding of their condition and course of treatment. We explore all non-surgical options before any surgery is considered.
WVU Medicine Camden Clark offers a full spectrum of services for the brain and spine including:
Neurosurgery for many conditions of the brain, neck and spine
Pain management
Robotic assisted surgical options
Medical virtual reality and augmented reality
Depending on your course of treatment, WVU Rockefeller Neuroscience Institute may refer you to physical therapy, pain management, or other recovery options.

Second Opinions

Patients are encouraged to contact WVU Medicine Camden Clark for an expert second opinion, especially those who have experienced failed back surgery, which is more common than you may think.
Our surgeons are considered second opinion spine specialists. As a board-certified neurosurgeons, they have extensive training in the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the entire nervous system.
Board-certified neurosurgeons train longer and to a higher level than any other specialty in surgical conditions of the spine and brain. Most of their practice is comprised of spine surgery, both complex and minimally invasive, and they are always available to offer honest second opinions.

Referring Physicians

At WVU Medicine Camden Clark, we are committed to helping our physician colleagues, both within our system as well as outside of the WVU Medicine organization.
Whether for treatment, a single consultation, second opinion, or ongoing follow up, we will keep consulting physicians informed of their patient’s treatment plan and will assist in coordinating long-term care management.

Neurosurgery Services

Medical Office Building A
612 Washington Blvd
Belpre, OH 45714
P: 740-315-1065