Chief, Section of Neurologic & Spine
Jaime Nieto, MD
CALL 718-670-1837 or 718-445-0220 To schedule an appointment at any of the following locations:
The Neurosurgery division at NewYork-Presbyterian/Queens is committed to providing our patients and their doctors with excellent neurosurgical care – from the first office contact to surgery and through recovery.
A combination of high quality facility and training enable our surgeons, and their teams to provide the best neurosurgical care in the borough of Queens. Our comprehensive program includes expertise in most fields of neurosurgery including conditions related to the brain and spinal cord.
Surgery should be selected only after less invasive therapies have failed. We maintain close relationships with our colleagues who offer pain management and rehabilitation services. However, if a patient has failed using conservative treatments (such as physical therapy and other modalities) or is in extreme pain which cannot be relieved with medication, then it becomes necessary to consider surgical options. Whenever possible, we use minimally invasive procedures that make our operations as safe as possible, lead to faster recovery times and less disruption in our patients’ lives.
Our neurosurgeons use the surgical facilities at NYP/Queens and advanced technology including 3D intra-operative X-rays. We use intra-operative spinal as well as cranial and spinal navigation that provides immediate feedback during surgical interventions. We also perform modern procedures including kyphoplasty and disc replacements.
What conditions do we treat?
Our Surgical Intensive Care Unit is equipped to treat all degrees of head and spinal cord injury. We treat conditions related to/and including:
Which Insurances Are Accepted?
We accept most insurance plans. For questions about hospital and physician participation in a specific insurance plan, please call our office at 718-445-0220. To obtain accurate information pertaining to individual insurance coverage, please check with the insurance carrier to discuss benefits prior to an appointment.
Read the Neurosurgery Fact Sheet