Cartersville Medical Center announces the addition of Neurosurgery to its Neuroscience services. Dr. William Banister, board-certified neurosurgeon, joined the Medical Center staff in January and treats conditions including: carpal tunnel, pinched nerves, neck and back pain, hand tingling, herniated disks and sciatica, and trauma to the spine.
Dr. Banister brings 15 years of neurosurgery experience to Cartersville Medical Center and also enjoys working with businesses and local industry to diagnose and treat employee injuries fairly and conservatively.
Dr. Banister is located inside The Hope Center at 100 Market Place Medical Plaza, Suite 209 in Cartersville.
For more information or to make an appointment, call MedLine at 1.800.242.5662.
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