As the region’s healthcare leader, Bayhealth is proud to offer advanced neurosurgical care close to home for central and southern Delawareans. Board-certified Neurosurgeon Aaron Sigler, DO, who was born and raised in Sussex County, has returned to his home state and joined the Bayhealth Neurosurgery practice. Dr. Sigler offers neurosurgical care for disorders involving the brain and spinal cord, and he has special expertise in minimally invasive treatment of brain and skull base tumors. He is now accepting new patients.
“We are thrilled to have Dr. Sigler join us,” said Medical Director of Neurosurgery at Bayhealth Dawn Tartaglione, DO, FACOS. “The fact that Dr. Sigler grew up locally and has brought his neurosurgical talents and experience back to Delaware is a wonderful benefit to our communities. He and our Bayhealth Neurosurgery team can provide the most innovative procedures to treat a full range of brain and spinal conditions so central and southern Delawareans don’t have to travel far to get the high-quality care they need.”
Prior to joining Bayhealth, Dr. Sigler spent seven years as a neurosurgeon with Tulane University Medical Group and an assistant professor at Tulane School of Medicine’s Center for Clinical Neurosciences in New Orleans, Louisiana.
After he graduated from Seaford High School and University of Delaware, Dr. Sigler earned a master’s in biomedical sciences followed by his Doctor of Osteopathy (DO) degree from A.T. Still University of Health Sciences in Kirksville, Missouri. He completed an osteopathic internship and a residency in neurological surgery from Saint Barnabas Medical Center in Livingston, New Jersey. He holds board certification from the American Osteopathic Board of Surgeons.
Dr. Sigler then went on to the world-renowned Cleveland Clinic where he completed an advanced endoscopic and open skull base tumor fellowship program. He specializes in advanced, minimally invasive procedures that allow him to reach areas of the brain using a flexible tube through the nose and to treat brain tumors without removing parts of the skull. This results in a quicker and smoother recovery for patients.
Dr. Sigler sees patients at Bayhealth Neurosurgery locations in Dover and Milford. To make an appointment with residents can call 302-526-1470.
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