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Atlanta's Brain and Spine Experts

The Brain and Spine Institute would like to welcome Robert E. Ayer, MD as our newest team member. Dr. Ayer joins the Brain & Spine Institute at Gwinnett Medical Center after having completed medical school at the Boston University School of Medicine and neurological surgery residency at Loma Linda University.

Brain and spine injuries are complex conditions that require treatment from the highest-qualified surgeons and staff. Combine these aspects with the latest technology, clinical expertise and the area’s premiere facility, and you have the greatest chance of overcoming your injury and returning to a normal life.

At the Brain & Spine Institute at Gwinnett Medical Center, you’ll find these features and more. With two of the region’s most respected neurosurgeons—Dr. Michael Stechison, MD, PhD, FRCS (C), FACS, Dr. Michael Amaral, MD, FACS, Dr. Matthew M. Kimball, MD and Dr. Robert E. Ayer, MD—you’ll receive comprehensive neurosurgical care for adult patients. With more than 45 years of experience between these two doctors, they’ve distinguished themselves as experts in the treatment of numerous brain and spine conditions.

In addition, Gwinnett Medical Center–Lawrenceville is more than just a full-service hospital that features the latest in technology. It’s a shining model of the right way to expedite the healing process for every patient we treat.

For more information about our comprehensive services, please call 678-312-2700 or complete the online form and someone will contact you.

We provide a full spectrum of neurosurgical services for adults with disorders of the brain, spine and peripheral nerves, including:

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