Professor Lind has a busy practice performing brain and spine tumour surgery for adults and children with access to the latest technologies including intraoperative MRI and CT, endoscopy, and neuronavigation.
Professor Lind performs microsurgery for aneurysms, AVMs, and blood vessel bypass procedures for adults and children and works in close collaboration with interventional neuroradiologists.
Having trained with both neurosurgical and orthopaedic spinal surgeons, Professor Lind now focuses his spinal practice on degenerative spinal conditions, blood vessel disorders and tumours of the spine and spinal cord.
Prof Lind is a recognised expert in the treatment of facial pain, Parkinson’s disease, tremor, dystonia using microvascular decompression, radiofrequency lesioning and deep brain stimulation. He is expert in navigating shunts, endoscopes and biopsy tubes.
Professor Lind is a general neurosurgeon with specialty interests in functional neurosurgery and cerebrovascular surgery.
He has extensive experience in brain surgery, spinal surgery (including fusions), peripheral nerve, trigeminal neuralgia, brain and spine tumours, deep brain stimulation and cerebrovascular disorders.
Professor Lind has joined Neurological Surgery, consulting out of St John of God House in Subiaco to provide his services to the private sector while maintaining his public appointments at Royal Perth, Sir Charles Gairdner and Perth Children’s Hospitals.