Millions of people around the world struggle with back pain, brain tumors, and other critical body-related issues. If you are one of them, let Queens Crossing Neurosurgery provide you with the relief you need. At the helm of our neurological center is Dr. Harrison T. Mu, M.D. FACS, who’s a Board-certified neurological surgeon, Diplomate of the American Board of Neurological Surgery, and arguably one of the top neurosurgeons New York has to offer.
New York City
Catering to your Neurological Needs
Meet Dr. Harrison T. Mu
Dr. Harrison Mu founded Queens Crossing Neurosurgery in New York City with a simple philosophy—providing individualized care to patients suffering from back pain, neck pain, brain tumors and other neurological ailments. Every person is unique, and they should be treated knowing that they have unique needs. Hence we first understand your situation empathetically in and out before proceeding with any procedure or treatment. Based on the understanding we gain, we come up with management options and formulate a treatment plan within the context of best medical practices and within your budget. Some of the treatment options may entail neurosurgical procedures, but others may not. No matter what, we can ensure you full transparency throughout the treatment process so that you get the much-needed peace of mind while going through such rough patches in life.
Each Patient and Situation is Unique
Your Well-being is our Priority. Get Rid of Back Pain with our Expert Advice.
If you are experiencing painful symptoms due to back issues, you should get a thorough test done. Dr. Harrison Mu at Queens Crossing Neurosurgery can help you with this.
”Dr. Mu is a thorough and compassionate doctor. He takes the time to explain to patients their unique situation, treatment options and aftercare. His calm, kind demeanor is comforting the patient and their family. Dr. Mu is a top notch neurosurgeon, doctor and person.- Wynatte C.Patient
As a neurosurgical center, we are capable of diagnosing the following spinal issues that may be causing your back pain:
Lumbar spinal stenosis: This condition of the lower back is characterized by the narrowing of locations where the nerves travel resulting in nerve compression. It can happen as a result of thickened spinal ligaments, facet joints, outgrowth of bone, and herniated intervertebral discs.
Cervical spine conditions: This condition refers to pain from nerves in the neck that can cause headaches, back pain, numbness in the arms, and weakness in the hands.
Deformities: Different spinal deformities like lordosis, scoliosis, and kyphosis can cause immense pain. Each spinal deformity requires a unique treatment approach, which we based upon a thorough medical evaluation of the patient.
Spondylolisthesis: This condition occurs when the spine bones are not in normal alignment. Treatment often can be without surgery and should be tailored to the symptoms.
Spondylosis: This condition refers to degenerative changes seen in the spine due to wear and tear of everyday life.
Spondylolysis: This condition is defined as a defect or stress fracture in the pars interarticularis, most commonly in the lower lumbar vertebrae. A treatment plan will be formulated after we evaluate the condition of the patient thoroughly.
Lasting Treatment Solutions you Can Rely On
Queens Crossing Neurosurgery is always there with you during your battle against brain tumors. We will be part of your treatment TEAM with the following types of brain tumors:
- Astrocytomas: This is the most common type of CNS (Central Nervous System) cancer, arising anywhere in the brain and spinal cord. They develop from uncontrolled growth of tiny, star-shaped cells known as astrocytes in the nervous system.
- Gliobastoma multiforme: This fast-growing CNS tumor is a type of astrocytoma and can occur in parts of the brain called the frontal lobe and temporal lobes. This type of brain cancer mostly affects the adult population.
- Meningiomas: These tumors grow from the meninges, which are the membranes surrounding the brain and spinal cord. Although the majority of these brain cancers are benign, they should be evaluated before they grow larger in size.
- Pituitary tumors: These tumors develop from the pituitary gland and can cause the brain to overproduce some hormones. These tumors can also affect vision by pushing into the optic nerves. Treatment may be with medicine or surgery and should be tailored to the patient.
We Don't Believe in A One-Size-Fits-All Approach
Issues relating to nerves and bones affect adults irrespective of their gender and age. They manifest as dull, ceaseless aches to debilitating sharp pain. The quality of life can be severely degraded to the point of incapacitation. Not to mention malignant and benign brain tumors, which can not only affect a person physically, but also emotionally. Neurosurgical conditions and treatments should be evaluated in the context of each person individually.
Revitalize Your Quality of Life
Treating, Rehabilitating, Restoring Life
Treating both brain tumors and spine pain call for the expertise of neurosurgeons. Here are reasons why you should choose our treatment solutions:
Experience: Dr. Harrison Mu at Queens Crossing Neurosurgery is one of the best neurosurgeons New York has to offer. He has years of experience in treating neurosurgical disorders and relieving people of critical spinal and brain conditions.
Long-lasting spinal relief: The discomfort from neck and back pain can majorly hamper your daily life. Dr. Harrison Mu can diagnose your problem and prescribe solutions that provide lasting relief. He has a track record of helping numerous patients alleviate their symptoms and improve their quality of life.
Minimally invasive procedures: Queens Crossing Neurosurgery is the best place to get spinal surgery done. We follow minimally invasive treatment approaches as much as possible. As such, we are able to reduce pain, complications and recovery time of patients to a great extent.
Treating neurosurgical ailments shouldn’t be a difficult task if you have the right experts backing you in your time of need. At Queens Crossing Neurosurgery, you are sure to get the most effective treatment solutions for your issues. Schedule an appointment with Dr. Harrison Mu today to discuss your problem.