Arvind Ahuja and his staff provide highly-personalized care with state-of-the-art equipment and ongoing dialogue about your treatment. Dr. Ahuja’s office (located near Milwaukee) specializes in both intensive and minimally invasive surgery, catering every treatment to the patients’ needs. For more information regarding our offices, scheduling and appointments, please visit the Patient FAQ

Dr. Ahuja and the team at Neurosurgery and Endovascular Associates offer appointments at three offices conveniently located near Milwaukee. Addresses, phone numbers and hours for our offices in Franklin, Kenosha and Pleasant Prairie can be found below.

Our staff is available to take calls during regular office hours. If staff aren’t available, your call will be forwarded to the main office, or to a 24-hour answering service. If you have a non-urgent medical question, please ask to speak to one of our physician assistants or nurse clinicians.

Office Locations

Neurosurgery and Endovascular Associates operates out of three locations in Southeastern Wisconsin, making us a popular choice for Milwaukee-area and northern Illinois residents. See below for each office’s contact information, or reach out to us today to set up your next appointment.

Franklin

Neurosurgery and Endovascular Associates — Franklin Office

Address: 10500 W Loomis Rd #130, Franklin, WI 53132

Phone: 414-488-1111

Hours: Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Driving Directions

Just 20 minutes from Downtown Milwaukee, the Franklin office of Neurosurgery and Endovascular Associates is adjacent to the practice’s Spine and Brain Imaging Center on West Loomis Road, across from the Showtime Cinema.

Kenosha

Neurosurgery and Endovascular Associates — Kenosha Office

Address: 6308 8th Avenue #3090, Kenosha, WI 53143

Phone: 262-656-3465

Hours: Thursday, 9 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

Driving Directions

Dr. Ahuja’s Kenosha office is located in Suite 3090 of the Kenosha Medical Center Campus on 8th Avenue in downtown Kenosha, across the street from the 7th Avenue parking garage, about an hour away from Milwaukee.

Pleasant Prairie

Neurosurgery and Endovascular Associates — Pleasant Prairie

Address: 9555 76th St #2630, Pleasant Prairie, WI 53158

Phone: 262-656-3465

Hours: Friday, 9 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

Driving Directions

The Pleasant Prairie office of Neurosurgery and Endovascular Associates is located in Suite 3060 at St. Catherine’s Medical Center Campus on 76th Street (Highway 50). St. Catherine’s is located just over a mile east of Highway 94, about 40 minutes away from Milwaukee.

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Frequently-Asked Questions

Our staff is available to take your calls during regular office hours. If you have a non-urgent medical question, please ask to speak to one of our physician assistants or nurse clinicians. If you call after office hours, please give all information to our answering service and they will contact the neurosurgeon on call, who will answer your question as soon as possible.

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What is a neurosurgeon do? 

A neurosurgeon is a doctor specializing in the diagnosis of, and surgical treatment pertaining to, disorders of nervous system (primarily the brain and spine). Dr. Ahuja, specifically, specializes in the treatment of brain, spine, artery and nerve conditions, and offers both intensive and minimally-invasive neurosurgery.

Does Dr. Ahuja treat sciatica? 

Dr. Ahuja offers a range of treatment for Sciatica (also known as Lumbar Radiculopathy) depending on the patient’s needs. This may include physical therapy, prescribed medication, or epidural steroid injections.

Does Dr. Ahuja treat Spinal Stenosis? 

We provide treatment options for Spinal Stenosis to alleviate pain caused by the resulting compressed nerves. This includes both surgical and non-surgical options, such as:

  • Decompressive lumbar laminectomy
  • Prescribed medication
  • Physical therapy

What services do you offer for spine care and treatment? 

Our office specializes in a variety of spine conditions and treatment options, including:

For a full list of conditions and procedures, please refer to our Spine Conditions and Treatments page.

What if I need emergency neurosurgical care? 

In a true emergency, or if you feel the problem is life-threatening, please call 9-1-1. If you are experiencing an urgent problem or severe pain, please call our office first during regular hours. We will have someone call you as soon as possible.
If you are calling for a prescription refill, please call during regular office hours only. Give your name, telephone number of your pharmacy, and medication name and number.

Can Neurosurgery and Endovascular Associates refill my prescription?

If you are calling for a prescription refill, please call during regular office hours only. Give your name, telephone number of your pharmacy, and medication name and number.

Please allow 24 hours for all prescriptions to be called in. If a prescription refill is denied for any reason, our staff will contact you.

In order to keep accurate medical records, we do not fill prescriptions during evening or weekend hours as patient records may not be available during these times.

Do new patient forms need to be filled out beforehand? 

If you are a new patient and have scheduled an appointment, it’ll be helpful (but not required) to fill out our New Patient Form beforehand. Just click this link to open the document (Adobe Reader required), print it out, complete the form, and bring it with you.