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Gary W Tye, MD, FAANS

Clinical professor of neurological surgery; Chief, Pediatric neurosurgery
57 Ratings

Neurosurgery, Center for Craniofacial Care, Spasticity Clinic, Spina Bifida Clinic, Neurofibromatosis program, Cerebral Palsy Clinic

Board Certifications

American Board of Neurological Surgery, The American Board of Pediatric Neurological Surgery

Ratings & reviews

57 Ratings

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December 2023
Dr. Tye is very easy to talk to. He is very knowledgeable & answers all questions with confidence. Sweetest to our whole family!
August 2023
Dr. Tye always spends ample time discussing mine and my son's concerns at our yearly follow-up. His bedside manner is wonderful and listens to his concerns. He explains images and diagnosis information in a way that is easy for both my son and I to understand. He also demonstrates respect for my teenage son and includes him in the discussion.
November 2022
October 2022
I trust this provider wholeheartedly with my son's medical condition!
June 2022
Dr. Tye is great to work with and very knowledgeable.
March 2022
Dr. Tye has always been great explaining things to us and answering all of our questions.
December 2021
Dr. Gary Tye is an awesome doctor. Who is very patient and kind. Takes time to answer all questions and concerns. +++++ awesome.
August 2021
We love Dr. Tye! His personality, how he listens to parents concerns & truly cares for his patients!!
April 2021
Dr. Tye answered all of our questions thoroughly & spent a lot of time with us explaining MRI & x-ray results. He is excellent!!

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