Surgeons at the NeuroSpine Institute utilise the most modern Computer Assisted Neuronavigation Devices and intraoperative CT scanners. In spinal surgery this allows for precise implant placement via minimally invasive keyhole approaches minimising muscle and soft tissue trauma. Patients recover quicker and start mobilisation and physiotherapy earlier. The surgeon can obtain a real time update and can verify correct implant position before the patient leaves the operating room making surgery more precise and safe. In cranial surgery computer-assisted navigation allows for planning and precise execution of needle biopsy and approach to brain lesions. The extend of tumour resection can be confirmed in the operating theatre before the end of surgery.