Two elite neurosurgeons have different takes on how to treat their patients. One cares about them and one who only cares about their brains.
Dr. Doug Hanson is a brilliant neurosurgeon and one of the best in New York City. His method is simple. The brain is like a wire box, and the patient is not important because that is just the outside.
Dr. Jonathan Seger has a totally different point-of-view. To him, the psychological health of his patient is a priority. When these two top doctors work on a patient, however, they forget their differences and perform miracles.