The providers of Austin Neurosurgeons are Daniel Peterson, MD and Cameron Prather, PA-C. Our approach is conservative, compassionate and patient-focused. As the leading neurosurgeon in Austin, Texas, in our third decade of practice in Austin, we have cultivated an extensive understanding of surgical and non-surgical treatments for the brain, spine and peripheral nervous system to best treat our patients' unique circumstances. Dr. Daniel Peterson and Cameron Prather, PA-C work with you to maximize conservative treatments and address your particular concerns at their foundation.
At Austin Neurosurgeons, with Dr. Daniel Peterson and Cameron Prather PA-C, it is our goal to provide our patients with superior care and support throughout each phase of treatment. We provide services for evaluating, diagnosing, and treating brain tumors that involve comprehensive treatments with our skilled staff and other experienced providers.
Peripheral nerves are responsible for carrying sensory information, including pain, touch, pressure, hot, and cold from the body back to the brain and spinal cord. The peripheral system also carries all motor function information from the brain and spinal cord to the muscles. Peripheral Nerve Disorders can occur when these essential nerves become damaged, leading to many uncomfortable symptoms and a decrease in your body’s ability to function and feel. At Austin Neurosurgeons, our goal is to enhance function, alleviate suffering, and improve the overall quality of life for our patients. We offer a variety of services for evaluating, diagnosing, and treating a range of peripheral nerve disorders including carpal tunnel & ulnar nerve impingement.
Austin Neurosurgeons is always looking to improve patient care. Currently, Dr. Daniel Peterson and Cameron Prather PA-C are co-investigators in eight studies to stay on the cutting edge of surgical techniques and pain control. Qualifying patients can benefit from study-sponsored interventions to address their needs, reduce costs, and potentially improve the future for others. As a result of our patient's enrollment future generations can expect to live longer, healthier lives with a reduced burden of disease and disability.
The back and neck are common areas that develop symptoms of pain and discomfort that can decrease the overall quality of life. At Austin Neurosurgeons, with Dr. Daniel Peterson and Cameron Prather PA-C, strive to provide exceptional patient care and treatments for patients who are suffering from spinal disorders including spinal stenosis, disk degeneration, spinal fractures, and tumors. We take a multifaceted approach for treating spinal disorders. Our professionals will develop the best possible route for treatment tailored to you. With a foundation built on superior patient care, we are proud to serve our patients on each step of their wellness journey.
At Austin Neurosurgeons, with Dr. Daniel Peterson and Cameron Prather PA-C, we offer personalized treatments and therapy tailored to your specific source of pain and symptoms. Our treatment plans work to optimize pain control while reducing dependence on opioid medications. We take a functional approach to treating Chronic Pain Syndrome including physical therapy, spinal cord stimulation, nerve blocks, medication, and more. In the hands of our caring specialists, we will work with you one-on-one to help alleviate your pain and achieve improved health and well-being.
Austin Neurosurgeons seeks to improve the overall wellness of its patients by adopting a holistic and proactive approach to nerve damage and pain. This involves not just treating underlying illnesses and managing symptoms but also promoting healthy lifestyle habits, preventative care, and disease prevention. Austin Neurosurgeons offers a variety of non-surgical options for addressing pain and age-related degeneration of the spine to hopefully keep their patients from needing surgical intervention. Additionally Austin Neurosurgeons offers cannabinoid products, nutraceuticals, and other merchandise to improve patient outcomes and recovery.