Physician Directory

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The Hydrocephalus Association believes that the most effective long-term care for people living with hydrocephalus is dependent on an informed and engaged healthcare team. Your relationship with your clinical caregivers is critical and is most effective in an environment of mutual trust and respect. To help you in the process of building your healthcare team, HA has developed the Physicians Directory. This first-ever physician finder tool allows you to search by location, specialist and/or age served.

DISCLAIMER: We are pleased to provide this resource and want to remind you that the Directory is not intended to be an endorsement or recommendation by the Association or its members of a particular medical provider.

To find a specialist, use the search tool below. New specialists are regularly added. Can’t find what you’re looking for? Need additional information? Here are two additional resource pages that can help.

CAN YOU HELP US? We strive to provide the most current and accurate resources to assist to our community. In order to keep our directory up to date, we rely on members of our community to ask their healthcare providers to become a part of our extensive list of medical professionals specializing in hydrocephalus. The directory is volunteer based. If you know a doctor who’d like to be added to the Physician Directory, provide them with our form and have them return it to us. We want to grow our community!

Join our Directory!

Enter an address or zip code and click the find locations button.
8 Comments for : Physician Directory
    • Maryann Mannis
    • February 2, 2019

    We have moved to Sarasota FL from Boston area where my husband was treated for NPH. He has a Codman programmable shunt so he requires a doctor whom also utilizes this type of shunt in surgery. We would greatly appreciate referrals or names of doctors in our area whom treat elderly patients with NPH. As of yet, no neurosurgeon has been willing to accept him as a new patient, so we have to fly back to Boston for his semi annual appointments.

    • Summer Skinner
    • January 9, 2019

    I am 38 and in need with help finding a neurosurgeon in the Asheville, NC area to treat my dysfunctioning shunt. I have been to the ER numerous times in the past 2 months. I can’t get any help and I keep getting sicker. I hardly leave my house at this point.

    • Mary Haws
    • December 25, 2018

    My son is 47 , has had hydrocephauus since birth. He is having problems that are now worse with his vision and have not been able to find someone to help with his vision problems that are part of the hydrocephalus problem. We are in NJ and close to Philadelphia, NYC and the Baltimore, Maryland and Washington area. Any help would be sincerely appreciated.

    • Ashley Ortiz
    • November 14, 2018

    Can someone help recommend a neurologist in Alexandria VA that specializes in shunted adults who are family planning? I need to set up appointments for planning and check ups for pregnancy.

    • Pamela Johnson
    • October 20, 2018

    Can someone recommend a doctor/surgeon in or around the Virginia Beach, VA area who specializes in hydrocephalus in adults?

    • James Durham
    • October 18, 2018

    I’m looking for a second opinion on my current situation involving my shunt I went to a neurosurgeon in Lebanon NH and got nothing that I want to help me fix my shunt

    • james Rodgers
    • April 9, 2018

    It is hard to accept there are no doctors in Houston, TX to contact for iNPH

      • Natalia Martinez Duncan
      • July 19, 2018

      There are several physicians in Houston, TX listed in the directory who treat NPH. Just select Texas as the state and adults as the age filter and you will see the doctors located in Houston. If you’re still having trouble finding them, please contact our office at 301-202-3811.

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