Neurosurgery Associates of Lubbock, LLP
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Expertise and compassionate patient care you can trust.
Treatment for All Neurosurgery Needs
We offer services ranging from vascular neurosurgery to neurotrauma and more.
Mark D. D’Alise
MD, DMD, FACS
Dr. Mark D’Alise is a well-known and respected neurosurgeon. He is board-certified by the American Board of Neurological Surgeons and has been practicing comprehensive neurosurgery in Lubbock, Texas since 1997. He has a specific interest in complex and reconstructive spinal surgery and has a specific focus in outpatient spinal surgery and minimally invasive spinal techniques.
Harold K. Smith
Dr. Harold Smith is board-certified by the American Board of Neurological Surgeons and has been practicing in Lubbock, Texas since 1995 following his fellowship in cranial-based neurosurgery at the University of Arkansas. His practice has a concentration in skull-based, stereotactic, and vascular neurosurgery including neurosurgical oncology.
Jonathan P. Mannas
Doctor Jonathan Mannas is board-certified by the American Board of Neurological Surgeons and has been practicing in Lubbock since 2016, following his residency in neurosurgery at the University of Kentucky.
Robert A. Scranton
Dr. Scranton finished his neurological residency at Houston Methodist Hospital in 2018. Dr. Scranton then completed his fellowship in neurosurgical oncology and cranial based surgery at Goodman Campbell Brain and Spine at the University of Indiana, School of Medicine in 2019. He was born and raised in Texas, and is excited to be back in his home state. His practice has a concentration in skull-based, stereotactic, and vascular neurosurgery including neurosurgical oncology.
Thomas R. Windisch
Board certified by the American Board of Radiology, Dr. Windisch has been practicing interventional neuroradiology in Lubbock for over 20 years, having recently joined Neurosurgery Associates of Lubbock. After studying biomedical engineering at Johns Hopkins University, he completed Medical School at Texas A&M, radiology residency at Scott & White Hospital in Temple, Texas followed by fellowships in diagnostic and interventional neuroradiology at University of Texas, Southwestern in Dallas. He specializes in percutaneous (through the skin) diagnosis and treatment of conditions of the central nervous system and spine including cerebral aneurysms, vascular malformations, stroke, and tumors along with vascular conditions of the head and neck such as carotid stenosis.