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Atlas Neurosurgery and Spine Center is a specialist neurosurgical practice serving the population of Phoenix and Scottsdale, Arizona. The practice is led by Abhishiek Sharma, MD, and Erik Curtis, MD. 

Dr. Sharma and Dr. Curtis are both highly qualified neurosurgeons with considerable experience. They specialize in providing neurological services, including diagnosis and treatment of spinal conditions, chronic pain, epilepsy, neurotrauma, and neuro-oncology.

The philosophy that drives the work of Atlas Neurosurgery and Spine Center is the belief that the most important part of healing is the patient-physician relationship. This should be a partnership in which both individuals are equally responsible for the outcome. Dr. Sharma and Dr. Curtis encourage all their patients to learn about their ailments, potential treatments, and outcomes, so, together, the patient and surgeon can decide which avenue to pursue.

Atlas Neurosurgery and Spine Center is a conservative medical practice providing consultations for the spine, neck, and brain in Scottsdale, Arizona. The practice focuses on healing patients and reducing their pain without using unnecessary surgical procedures. If a patient’s best option is surgery, Dr. Sharma and Dr. Curtis specialize in minimally invasive techniques and robot-assisted surgeries that provide exceptional outcomes.

If you’re looking for a neurosurgeon in the Phoenix or Scottsdale area, call Atlas Neurosurgery and Spine Center for the best quality of neurological care.

Atlas Neurosurgery and Spine Center is a specialist neurosurgical practice serving the population of Phoenix and Scottsdale, Arizona. The practice is led by Abhishiek Sharma, MD, and Erik Curtis, MD. 

Dr. Sharma and Dr. Curtis are both highly qualified neurosurgeons with considerable experience. They specialize in providing neurological services, including diagnosis and treatment of spinal conditions, chronic pain, epilepsy, neurotrauma, and neuro-oncology.

The philosophy that drives the work of Atlas Neurosurgery and Spine Center is the belief that the most important part of healing is the patient-physician relationship. This should be a partnership in which both individuals are equally responsible for the outcome. Dr. Sharma and Dr. Curtis encourage all their patients to learn about their ailments, potential treatments, and outcomes, so, together, the patient and surgeon can decide which avenue to pursue.

Atlas Neurosurgery and Spine Center is a conservative medical practice providing consultations for the spine, neck, and brain in Scottsdale, Arizona. The practice focuses on healing patients and reducing their pain without using unnecessary surgical procedures. If a patient’s best option is surgery, Dr. Sharma and Dr. Curtis specialize in minimally invasive techniques and robot-assisted surgeries that provide exceptional outcomes.

If you’re looking for a neurosurgeon in the Phoenix or Scottsdale area, call Atlas Neurosurgery and Spine Center for the best quality of neurological care.


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