Neurological Surgery and Interventional Pain Management • 540.450.0072 • 1818 Amherst Street, Winchester, VA 22601
VIRGINIA BRAIN & SPINE CENTER
Now that we are into 2018 VBSC has noticed that many insurance changes have taken place. The changes range from the insurance company changing to many new policies and to a change in patient benefits. Unfortunately we are not always notified of the changes that take place with all the different insurance companies, with that being said we ask that you contact your insurance company and confirm that our office is in network and if not that you check your out of network benefits. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Support the Epilepsy Foundation by joining us for the Race for Seizure Freedom 5k Run/Walk & 1-Mile Kids Fun Run. The event will take place on Sunday, September 24th at the Clarke County Parks and Recreation Nature Trail. Check-in and late registration is from 8:30am-9:30am. The race begins at 10am and Dr. Lee Selznick and Dr. Paul Lyons will be guest speakers.
Join us for the 12th Annual Community Safety Fair on September 9th from 10am-2pm at Jim Barnett Park. There will be activities for the whole family. See you there!
Join us at the23rd annual Valley Health Community Wellness Festival at Apple Blossom Mall in Winchester, Virginia. We will have a booth set up with a spine model, as well as 5 pounds of fat and 5 pounds of muscle! We will also be giving away ice packs and healthy living handouts. We will be there February 25th from 10am-6pm. See you there!
Virginia Brain and Spine Center is a proud sponsor of Frederick County National Little League.
We are hosting our annual food and clothing drive benefiting Frederick County Bright Futures. We are collecting non-perishable, child-friendly food items as well as socks and underwear for kids in grades k-12. The drop boxes are located in the first floor lobby of Virginia Brain and Spine Center. All donations will be collected until November 18th. Thank you for joining us in the fight against hunger.
Virginia Brain and Spine Center is proud to introduce our new SPINE Clinic. The Spine Pain, Injury and Neurological Evaluation, or SPINE Clinic, is now available to help facilitate the management of patients with back and neck problems. Available for patients to be seen within one week, our highly trained nurse practitioners can triage patients and initiate treatment plans, all under the direct guidance of our five neurosurgeons. Click here to learn more.
Join us for a free presentation on Wednesday, May 18th at 7 p.m. at the Valley Health Wellness & Fitness Center. Lee Selznick, MD will be discussing New Technology & Epilepsy Surgery. Hope to see you there!
Missed the live neurosurgery Q&A web event with Dr. Selznick? Feel free to watch it any time right here. The event was geared towards students but it is great for anyone (at any age) wanting to learn more about neurosurgery. Check it out now!
We are proud to help support our local community through various sponsorships including BRYSA, Potomac Elite Volleyball Club, and The Winchester Star Newspapers in Education Program.
Dr. Selznick will be speaking at the 2015 Neuroscience Symposium on the topic of Deep Brain Stimulation Surgery. The symposium will be held Friday, March 20th and professional credit can be earned by attending the event.
Come meet us at the Community Wellness Festival on Saturday, February 28th, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Apple Blossom Mall in Winchester, Virginia.
Join us for our annual Coat and Food Drive benefiting the Laurel Center and CCAP in Winchester. We are collecting donations in the office between now and December 18th.
N. Scott Ashcraft, D.O. joined Virginia Brain and Spine Center August 1, 2012. He is working in the Pain Management Division with Michael Poss, M.D. and Brian Lapp, PA-C. He received his pharmacy degree from West Virginia School of Pharmacy and he received his medical degree from West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine. He has spent the last few years at Womack Army Medical Center in Fort Bragg, North Carolina treating Wounded Warriors, Special Forces, 82nd Airborne, and dependants.