Mr Jeremy Holland: Neurosurgery
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Mr Jeremy Holland

Neurosurgery

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Specialises in

  • Aneurysms/arteriovenous malformations (AVM)
  • Spine

About me

Jeremy trained as an undergraduate at St George’s medical school, London and his early neurosurgical training was in London at the prestigious Atkinson Morley Hospital. He undertook his final training in Newcastle and became a Neurosurgical Consultant in 1998, working both at Manchester Royal and Hope (Salford Royal) hospitals. He is a member of the British Society of Neurological Surgeons and is an Examiner on the Intercollegiate Board for Neurosurgery.

Jeremy is a Consultant Neurosurgeon who performs general neurosurgery but has twin interests of vascular and complex spinal neurosurgery. He has pioneered the multidisciplinary approach to both of these subspecialties and is particularly keen to offer a holistic service to his patients and not just see surgery as the answer for all. His spinal patients are offered a choice between conservative management, augmented by the use of steroid injections or surgery which is usually seen as the last resort.

He sees patients with neck pain, arm pain, brachalgia, root pain, back pain, sciatica, coccydinia, brain tumours, spinal tumours, spinal injuries including fractures, brain haemorrhages, vascular malformations, head injuries including concussion, and hydrocephalus. He performs facet joint, epidural and nerve block injections, microdiscectomies, laminectomies, cervical disc replacements, spinal fusions, interspinous stabilisations, burr holes, shunts and craniotomies.

Jeremy is an approachable Consultant who will offer you a personalised service, giving you a complete understanding of the problems you have and will see surgery as a last resort to your symptoms, but if surgery is needed will perform a focused, minimally invasive, microscopic procedure to help you recover.

Complex spinal surgery is required for some patients with fractures or degenerative malalignment of the spine.

Vascular neurosurgery encompasses looking after patients with intracranial aneurysms, AVM’s and spontaneous intracranial haematomas.

Areas of interest

spinal neurosurgery; slipped discs; spinal stenosis; benign spinal tumours; spinal fractures; radiculopathy; myelopathy; microdiscectomies; cervical disc replacements; interspinous devices; coccydinia; cerebrovascular surgery; brain haemorrhage; intracranial aneurysms; AVMs; brain and spine meningiomas; cavernomas; adult hydrocephalous

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Procedures completed

  • V3362

    Primary posterior fusion with instrumentation +/- decompression +/- discectomy (including Graft stabilisation and all fusion approaches) (lumbar region) - (1-5)

  • V2200

    Posterior decompression +/- foraminotomy - cervical region (1 or 2 levels) - (1-5)

  • V2560

    Decompression for central spinal stenosis (1 or 2 levels) - (1-5)

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