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Kettering Brain & Spine

When you are facing the possibility of brain or spine surgery, you want to know you are receiving the highest level of treatment and care. For over 50 years, Kettering Health Network has been at the forefront of offering the most innovative technologies in neurosurgery.

The brain and spine team at Kettering Health Network provides comprehensive treatment for diseases and disorders of the brain and spine. Our brain and spine services offer the Dayton region and all of Southwestern Ohio the most advanced diagnostic, surgical, and therapeutic care right here in our community.

Our team has the experience to treat all patients with brain-related illnesses, injuries, diseases, or disorders. Our specialists answer the needs of each patient with breakthrough technology and compassionate understanding.

For all matters of the brain and spine, trust the experts at Kettering Health Network.

History of Innovation

The trailblazing brain and spine care at Kettering Health Network has consistently been at the forefront of neuroscientific innovation. We are proud to be the area's leader in brain and spine advancement by providing our patients access to world-class equipment and treatment. The experts at Kettering Health Network use MRI-guided brain lasers to treat brain lesions and radiosurgery using Gamma Knife procedures. At Kettering Health Network, you will be cared for with state-of-the-art technology, expertise in neuroscience, and compassion throughout your journey.

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Dayton Region Firsts


Second institution in Ohio to offer Neuroblate in 2014
First to offer NeuroBlate™, an MRI guided laser that fights recurrent brain tumors.
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First to offer Gamma Knife treatment for brain tumors and other brain abnormalities in Dayton in 1999
First and only to offer Gamma Knife treatment for brain tumors and abnormalities.
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First PET scanner and first Cyclotron in 1990
First PET scanner and first Cyclotron


First MRI unit in 1986
First MRI unit


First CT scanner in 1976
First CT scanner

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