2821 Michael Angelo Drive, Ste. 200

Edinburg, TX 78539

(956) 362-8215

SOUTH TEXAS PEDIATRIC CENTER FOR MINIMALLY INVASIVE ENDOSCOPIC NEUROSURGERY

About Us

 

The Neurosurgery Institute at Renaissance is dedicated to providing excellence that is unique in all aspects neurosurgical care. As part of one of the largest physician owned hospitals in the country, our patients are not a business transaction but members of our family. We insist on the best for them.

 

The Neurosurgery Institute at Renaissance is South Texas’s premier center for Minimally Invasive Neurosurgery and Neuroendoscopy. It is the only facility south of San Antonio in which a Board Certified Pediatric Neurosurgeon cares for children. All pediatric specialists are Board Certified.

 

Brain surgery is frequently performed without the removal of hair.

 

Our specialists are involved in research, educating and training physicians in five graduate medical education programs, and are clinical faculty members with the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley School of Medicine.

 

 

Mission

The guiding philosophy of care at the Neurosurgery Institute at Renaissance centers upon a "triad of preservation" involving the patient's time, appearance, and function. We respect your time and make all efforts to schedule an immediate appointment and ensure that you are seen at the time you are scheduled.  We don't believe in "waiting" rooms. Preservation and restoration of neurological function is our only benchmark of success.  Maximizing patient function, minimizing infections and complications of hospital stays, combined with surgical expertise are the means to that end.

 

 

The Patient’s Role

Understanding your responsibilities

You are the only one who can decide which treatment is best for you. It is important that you recognize that you have a responsibility to participate in, and take ownership of, any decisions involving your health care. You will be asked to make the final decision about what is best for you, so ask questions about anything you do not understand. Your family and close friends are an important part of the collaborative process. We encourage you to include them in any education sessions we provide concerning your condition. If you choose to have surgery, we will make every effort to keep family members informed of your progress and to involve them in your recovery process. Deciding which treatment option is best for you involves weighing the risks and benefits associated with each option. If you eventually choose to have surgery, your physical condition and your mental attitude will determine your body's ability to heal. You must approach your surgery with confidence, a positive mental attitude and a thorough understanding of the anticipated outcome. You should have realistic goals — and be willing to work steadily to achieve those goals.

 

Staff at the Neurosurgery Institute at Renaissance

Josefina Castillo, MA

Carmen Nunez, MA

Adriana Ovalle, MA

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Neurosurgery Institute at Renaissance | (956) 362-8215

2821 Michael Angelo Drive, Ste. 200, Edinburg TX 78539

 

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