Quality, compassionate, advanced care for brain, back, neck, and spinal disorders and trauma at the Methodist Moody Brain and Spine Institute
At the Methodist Moody Brain and Spine Institute, the renowned neurosurgical team specializes in the use of minimally invasive surgery and providing innovative treatment and care for neurological disorders and trauma, including:
The dedicated, caring professionals at the Methodist Moody Brain and Spine Institute at Methodist Dallas Medical Center work together to create an exceptional healing environment for patients and families.
See a detailed list of services and treatment options available at the Methodist Moody Brain and Spine Institute.
Methodist Brain and Spine Institute Neurosurgeons
Mitchell Bartley, MD, PhD
Richard B. Meyrat, MD
James A. Moody, MD
Michael C. Oh, MD, PhD
Nimesh H. Patel, MD
David Fortune – anterior cervical discectomy patient success story video
David Fortune is back to playing his guitar and singing as a Willie Nelson impersonator after the burning neck pain and arm pain caused by a herniated disc were relieved following minimally invasive anterior cervical discectomy and fusion at Methodist Dallas Medical Center, performed by Dr. Nimesh H. Patel, independently practicing neurosurgeon on the Methodist Health System medical staff.
Concussion Discussion with DallasCowboys.com
Dr. Nimesh H. Patel, independently practicing neurosurgeon on the Methodist Health System medical staff, talks about concussions, concussion symptoms, and concussion treatment and other NFL injuries with Nick Eatman from DallasCowboys.com.
Pregnant? Baby your back! Back health and the expectant mother video
Dr. Nimesh Patel, independently practicing neurosurgeon on the Methodist Health System medical staff, talks about what women can do to prepare their backs for a pregnancy, including core exercises to strengthen back muscles, abdominal muscles, and lateral muscles and shares simple tips to keep backs healthy.
The Methodist Brain and Spine Institute is an assumed name of MedHealth, a Texas nonprofit health care organization, and is established for purposes of establishing a location for a multidisciplinary approach to treat brain and spine injuries.
Texas law prohibits hospitals from practicing medicine. The independently practicing physicians at the Methodist Brain and Spine Institute are employed by MedHealth and are not employees or agents of Methodist Dallas Medical Center, Methodist Health System, or any of its hospitals.