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Neurosurgery for Brain Conditions, Head Trauma & Hemorrhage

The neurosurgeons at Neurologic Associates of Wisconsin are often called upon to treat people with various brain conditions. The most common are:

There are over 120 types of brain tumor. The cause of brain tumors is often unclear. So-called “primary brain tumors” are usually caused by environmental or genetic problems. Secondary brain tumors are most often caused by cancers in other parts of the body that have metastasized into the brain.

A brain aneurysm is a bulge in a brain blood vessel. It can leak or rupture and bleed into the brain, where it can cause a hemorrhagic stroke. A ruptured brain aneurysm typically occurs in the space between the brain and the thin tissue covering it. A ruptured aneurysm is potentially life-threatening and requires immediate medical care. Fortunately, most brain aneurysms don’t rupture or cause any symptoms. We treat unruptured brain aneurysms to prevent future ruptures. Although aneurysms can appear anywhere in the brain, they are most common in arteries at the base of the brain.

Commonly referred to as “water on the brain.” This is not really water but clear cerebrospinal fluid that normally surrounds the brain and spinal cord. Excessive accumulation of this fluid causes a widening of the ventricle spaces in the brain. This widening creates potentially harmful pressure on the brain tissues. Congenital hydrocephalus develops in the unborn fetus and is already present at birth. Acquired hydrocephalus develops after birth or later in life. This type may be caused by an injury or disease and affects individuals of all ages.

Concussions are common head traumas that can cause traumatic brain injury (TBI). They are most common in contact sports and falls that impact the head. Serious TBI can cause bleeding or hemorrhage in the brain that can result in long-term complications or even death. Someone with serious TBI may require surgery to remove blood clots or repair a fractured skull.

The board-certified neurosurgeons at Neurologic Associates of Wisconsin can answer questions and explain treatment options, including minimally invasive surgery, endoscopic laser surgery and stereotactic radiosurgery with CyberKnife®.


When you need exceptional spine, nerve and brain care, get in touch with us at Neurologic Associates of Wisconsin 




To schedule an appoitment at your convinient location please call 


Ascension Columbia St. Mary's Clinic  414.298.7142

Brookfield (Ascension Clinic)               414.298.7142

Waukesha (Aurora Clinic)                    262.896.6000

Oconomowoc/Summit (Aurora Clinic)              262.434.5000


For more information  give us a call Neurologic Associates of Wisconsin Ltd. office 262.542.9503  

For your convenience, you can reserve your consultation using our online Request an Appointment form.

Our spine patients come to us from Brookfield, Milwaukee, Oconomowoc, Pewaukee, Waukesha County, others parts of Wisconsin, Mequon, Delafield, Hartland, and all of Southeastern Wisconsin.





What people say about us?


The office visit was on time. The staff assisted efficiently and answered a billing question while I was there in the office. Dr. Reichert was direct and to the point and efficient and answered my questions.

-Gerald Peiffer

Our Locations

Administrative office

Moreland Medical Center

1111 Delafield Street, Suite 105, Waukesha, WI 53188

Brookfield Clinic

Ascension Elmbrook Medical Office Building

19475 W Ave. Suite 303, Brookfield, WI 53045

Milwaukee Clinic

Ascension Columbia St. Mary's Milwaukee -
Water Tower Medical Commons

2350 N Lake Drive, Suite 404, Milwaukee, WI 53211

Waukesha Clinic

Aurora Health Center- Waukesha

W231 N1440 Corporate Ct., Suite 3001, Waukesha, WI 53186

Oconomowoc Clinic

Aurora Medical Center

36500 Aurora Drive, Summit, WI 53066

Franklin Clinic

Neurologic Associates of Wisconsin

Ascension Medical Group at Franklin Medical Office Building, 9969 S 27th St. Suite 3000, Franklin WI 53132