Dr. Andrew Mark Erwood
Dr. Andrew Mark Erwood, hailing from Atlanta, GA, is an accomplished neurosurgeon with a specialized focus on spine surgery. He was born as the second child among five siblings to Margaret and Scott Erwood, who originally hail from Des Moines, Iowa.
Continuing the family legacy, Dr. Erwood is a second-generation neurosurgeon, following in the footsteps of his father, Scott, who practiced general neurosurgery in Atlanta, Georgia. His older brother, Matthew Erwood, is also a prominent neurosurgeon affiliated with Neurosurgical Associates P.C. based in Birmingham, Alabama.
Dr. Erwood’s academic achievements include successfully completing the research distinction track, where his studies delved into the regeneration of spiral ganglion neurons. This insightful research was conducted under the guidance of Dr. Marlan Hansen, a renowned expert who occupies the prestigious Brian F. McCabe Distinguished Chair in Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery at the University of Iowa.
As of August 2023, Dr. Erwood has joined the esteemed ranks of Neurosurgical Associates P.C. and has relocated to Birmingham, Alabama. Accompanying him on this journey are his wife, Jenna, their beloved dog, Finley, and their cherished feline companions, Theadore and Fiona.
Neurosurgical Associates In The News
March is Brain Injury Awareness Month and CBS42 interviewed
Dr. Maher for more information. Read more here.
Dr. Nechtman has been featured on the Birmingham medical news! He discusses back pain, disc deterioration, and Oblique Lateral Interbody Fusion. Click here to read more.
Father’s day isn’t a big deal to every dad, but some father’s get a bigger present than most. Dr. Charles Clark present was a new partner, his son.
As Dr. Clark was approaching retirement after a 40-year career, his son Paul had finished his neurosurgical residency and decided he wanted to launch his career at home in Birmingham. Read More >>
Alabama’s First Robotic Assisted Spinal Fusion Using Intraoperative Imaging Performed by Neurosurgical Associates, PC at St. Vincent’s: Birmingham.
Dr. Clark discusses minimally invasive spine surgery using state-of-the-art technology. Click here to read more.
Dr. Clark discusses a new technology for spinal fusions, and what this means for patients. Click here to read more.
Several of our physicians were featured in the Jefferson County Medical Society’s Pulse Spring Newsletter discussing the new Mazor Robotics System. Click here to read more.
Learn More About Cervical Radiculopathy:
Mazor Robotics Renaissance Guidance System®
When it comes to spine surgery, we offer one of the most experienced teams in the world and the most state-of-the-art technology, providing patients with unparalleled precision and results. We perform advanced spine surgery using the Mazor Robotics Renaissance™ Guidance System. Click here to learn more.
Cervical Radiculopathy Can Be A Pain In The Neck.
Most neck pain is caused by issues with the muscles in the neck. However, neck pain can also be caused by wear-and-tear from aging or overuse through conditions like arthritis. Irritation or compression of one or more nerve roots in the cervical spine may result in Cervical Radiculopathy. Neurosurgical Associates, PC can help you with your cervical issues, and provide treatment for neck pain, radiculopathy, and other cervical conditions.