Have you or a loved one been diagnosed with an acoustic neuroma?
Acoustic neuromas are relatively rare benign tumors. Some can cause hearing loss, balance difficulties, facial sensory symptoms or demonstrate significant growth, requiring surgery or Gamma Knife radiosurgery. When looking for treatment, it’s important to find specialists who have extensive experience treating acoustic neuroma. Ask potential providers what they can do to preserve hearing and minimize the impacts of surgery.
Outside of Portland?
We have a fast-track option for patients from outside of the Portland area. Just let the scheduler know you are traveling for care at the OANC.
Why The Oregon Acoustic Neuroma Center (OANC) at The Oregon Clinic?
The mission of the OANC is to provide the highest quality, comprehensive treatment for patients with acoustic neuromas and other skull-base tumors. Our goal is to preserve facial nerve function and hearing whenever possible by using the most up-to-date and comprehensive treatments available.
Getting the best possible care
Our team has a single focus: providing the best possible care for every acoustic neuroma patient. If you have been diagnosed with an acoustic neuroma and are seeking treatment, please call (503) 935-8541 or fill out the form on this page.
The providers with the OANC have the most extensive surgical and radiosurgical experience in the treatment of acoustic neuroma in Oregon, and are one of the most experienced teams in the Pacific Northwest. With almost 400 surgical cases and 300 radiosurgery cases we are proud to offer comprehensive multi-modality treatment. We have extensive experience with all surgical approaches, including hearing preservation surgery and particular expertise in gamma knife perfexion for radiosurgical treatment.
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