Dr. Douglas Anderson, a neurosurgeon at Loyola, treats a wide range of cranial diseases and disorders, including tumors, vascular abnormalities and facial pain. He also treats children with tumors and vascular problems. He talks about Loyola's Center for Skull Base Surgery, which has brought together numerous neurosurgeons who are leaders in their field. Loyola team has experience with deep brain stimulation surgeries, which help correct symptoms of Parkinson's disease, dystonia movement disorders and pain from various afflictions. His team also has vast experience in treating acoustic disorders, hearing loss, balance problems, tinnitus, etc. His group meets to study each patient's case in a multidisciplinary approach to determine the best course of treatment. For more information or to make an appointment, please call (708) 216-3208.