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Eric R. Trumble, MD, is a double board-certified pediatric neurosurgeon who has practiced in Orlando since 1997. He is committed to providing his patients with the most advanced diagnostics and treatments of congenital neurosurgical diseases by using the latest technology available.
· Pediatric Neurosurgery Fellowship, Children’s Medical Center of Dallas, Dallas, Texas
· Neurosurgery Residency, Medical College of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia
· Medical Degree, University of Virginia School of Medicine, Charlottesville, Virginia
· Bachelor’s Degree in Aerospace Engineering, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas
A Special Place for Children
Dr. Trumble is dedicated to helping children of all ages regain their health and maintain wellness. As the father of 7 children, Dr. Trumble works hard to maximize his outcomes without causing undue stress on the patient or family. He is always available to you, answers his own e-mail, and has created a neurosurgical environment that has allowed growth such that he is now the busiest private practice pediatric neurosurgeon in the US. He has always worked to improve outcomes. He has never had a mortality in the OR. His ventriculo-peritoneal shunt infection rate has been <2% for >7 years(national average for similar patients is 8-10%). His vagus nerve stimulator success rate has been 88% of patients with a >50% reduction in seizures(national average was 54%).
Dr. Trumble, along with the pediatric neurosurgery team, believes in family-oriented patient care. He will work with each family individually to discuss and explain all options regarding the treatment and management of their child’s diagnosis. He understands that he is not only treating the child, but the family as well.
We offer patient services that include, but are not limited to:
• Brain and spinal tumors
• Cerebrovascular disease
• Chiari malformations
• Craniofacial disorders
• Epilepsy surgery
• Pituitary surgery
• Spina Bifida/congenital spinal anomalies
• Spinal disorders (minimally invasive and complex surgeries)
• Skull base surgery (minimally invasive and invasive)
• Trauma to brain and spine
• Vagus nerve stimulation
• Vascular anomalies of the brain