BRMC Neurosurgery and Spine Clinic

Serving Neurosurgery Patients in North Central Arkansas and South Central Missouri

To schedule an appointment for an evaluation,
call BRMC Neurosurgery & Spine Clinic at (870) 508-7080.

Baxter Regional Medical Center is pleased to announce the opening of the new BRMC Neurosurgery & Spine Clinic and the opportunity for a comprehensive evaluation of any issue related to the brain or spine, close to home. Led by Dr. Lucas Bradley and Dr. Allan Gocio, neurosurgeons, and nurse practitioners Brandi Anderson and William Keller, BRMC Neurosurgery & Spine Clinic is located at 310 Buttercup Drive, Suite A, in Mountain Home.

BRMC Neurosurgery & Spine Clinic offers surgical and non-surgical treatment and management of neurological disorders, including the following diseases, treatment options, and services:

  • Evaluations
  • Degenerative Spine Disease treatment – a form of arthritis in the spine
  • Osteomyelitis treatment – an infection of the vertebra
  • Neoplasm treatment - Malignant metastasized tumors that have reached the spine
  • Traumatic spine injury treatment
  • Spinal bone fusion – used to stop motion at a painful vertebral segment
  • Nerve compression relief
  • Chiari Malformation identification and treatment
  • Neck ACDF – procedure to treat fractures, disc herniation, and more
  • Surgical spinal decompression – alleviates pain and stiffness
  • Scoliosis treatment – a spinal deformity
  • Severe Kyphosis treatment – “round back,” a spinal deformity
  • Brain tumors – benign and malignant
  • Aneurysms – weaknesses in the arterial wall that can lead to stroke
  • Infections
  • Problems with the base of the brain and skull
  • CSF Diversion – “Shunting” of brain fluid for the treatment of hydrocephalus for adults
  • Emergency Cranial Trauma Stabilization
  • Electronic facial stimulator implant (for pain) – disrupts the pain-causing nerves
  • Fibromyalgia treatment – widespread musculoskeletal pain
  • Spinal cord stimulator installation – disrupts the pain signals from the nerves
  • Carpal Tunnel release and all other nerve entrapment – nerves become compressed between other tissues, leading to pain, weakness, and numbness.