GRAND RAPIDS, Mich (WOOD) - Caring for someone with a brain tumor can be tolling and costly, but it is a specialty for the Neuro-Oncology team at Spectrum Health. Dr. Wendy Sherman, a woman certified in neurology and neuro-oncology, joined eightWest to talk about how imperative it is to be aware. Neuro-Oncology is a new sub-specialty of Neurology
and Dr. Sherman is the first, and only neuro-oncologist, in West Michigan
Neuro-Oncology at Spectrum Health provides care to people suffering with primary brain tumors, brain metastasesm, and neurological complications of cancer and treatment, migraines, seizures, and neuropathy.
The Brain and Spine Tumor Center at Spectrum Health also does an extraordinary job providing comprehensive care. Multiple specialists work together and a patient can meet with specialists in one appointment. A Nurse Navigator coordinates care, guaranteeing things go smoothly and efficiently, and support services are customized to meet needs of patients and caregivers. Spectrum has some of the most advanced treatment techniques and technologies.
Brain and Spine Tumor Center Spectrum Health
Wendy Sherman, MD Spectrum Health Medical Group
25 Michigan Street NE, Suite 6100
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
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