Referrals & Neurosurgical Advice
Your neurosurgeon is committed to providing you with the best treatment for your condition. In the first instance you may need to see your family doctor to be referred to a neurosurgeon.
Once you see your neurosurgeon they will be able to provide you with further information about your diagnosis, treatment alternatives and the course of care, especially expectations for surgical outcomes. Ask questions, discuss the risks of the course of treatment including complications and seek further clarification when you are unsure. It is important that you share all relevant information with your neurosurgeon.
The Neurosurgical Society of Australasia (NSA) is a professional not for profit organisation established to study and advance the art and science of neurosurgery and research into the cause, prevention and cure of diseases in the field of neurosurgery. The NSA cannot provide medical advice, a second opinion or referrals to neurosurgeons.