Where are You in Your Journey I’m Looking for a Second Opinion
Experts When You Need Answers
Finding the right doctor can be daunting—especially when it comes to caring for your brain and spine. That’s why Barrow Second Opinion is vastly different from the second opinion programs offered at many other destination medical centers. Because most insurance plans don’t cover second opinions, we offer a flat, transparent, and non-refundable fee of $100 up front.
We also believe that, as a potential patient, you deserve to know which of our physicians is reviewing your records and providing your opinion. As part of this commitment, we provide you with a list of our participating neurosurgeons on this page (see below). We also include the name and office contact information for the neurosurgeon who reviews your case in the event you have additional questions or would like to schedule a formal consult.
Finally, and most importantly, we understand that neurological disorders and the prospect of having neurosurgery can make you anxious for answers to your questions. That is why we’re committed to providing you with answers—and peace of mind—just 7 to 10 business days after receipt of your medical records and imaging through our no-hassle, completely digital portal. (Please note that 7-10 business days cannot be guaranteed for submittals during peak U.S. holiday months of November and December.)
We offer Barrow Second Opinion programs for the following conditions:
- Acoustic neuromas
- Aneurysms, AVMs, cerebrovascular surgery, or carotid artery surgery
- Brain, spine, and spinal cord tumors
- Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) Surgery
- Hereditary Hemorrhagic Telangiectasia (HHT)
- Metastatic brain tumors
- Moyamoya disease
- Nerve transfer, Peripheral nerve surgery, and peripheral nerve disorders
- Pituitary tumors
- Spine surgery, spinal disorders, and tumors of the spine and spinal cord
Note: Google’s Chrome web browser is required to use our second opinion tool.
Professor and Chair, Neurosurgery
Chief, Neurovascular Surgery