Our neurointerventional surgery team treats the most complex strokes and aneurysms. We use high-tech imaging equipment and minimally invasive procedures to repair damage and open blockages.
Why Choose Bronson Methodist Hospital for Neurointerventional Surgery?
- One of Healthgrades America’s 100 Best Hospitals for Stroke Care™ for three years in a row (2012-2014)
- Ranked among the top 5% in the nation for neurosciences for three years in a row (2012-2014)
- Ranked among the top 5% in the nation for neurosurgery for two years in a row (2013-2014)
- People in Kalamazoo County prefer Bronson Methodist Hospital for neurosurgery and for head injury or stroke (Consumer Preference Study, Professional Research Consultants, Inc., 2012)
- Specialized inpatient services include a neurovascular unit, a neuromonitoring unit and a neuro critical care unit
- A neurointerventional surgery team consisting of a neurointerventional surgeon, an experienced vascular neurologist and a neurosurgeon with expertise in vascular neurosurgery.
- Primary Stroke Center accredited by The Joint Commission and Stroke Center of Excellence as designated by NeuStrategy
Neurological Conditions We Treat
Our doctors treat conditions, including:
- Arteriovenous malformation (AVM)
- Brain tumors, including brain cancer
- Brain trauma
- Degenerative spine disorders
- Neck trauma
- Neck tumors
- Spine trauma
- Spine tumors
Neurointerventional Surgery Services & Treatments
We offer a wide range of services, including:
- Acute stroke treatment
- Artery embolization
- Intracranial angioplasty and stenting
- Pain management
- Spine augmentation, including vertebroplasty and kyphoplasty
Our Neurointerventional Surgery Team
Our goal is to provide high quality care and high patient satisfaction. This neurointerventional surgery team consists of a neurointerventional surgeon, an experienced vascular neurologist and a neurosurgeon with expertise in vascular neurosurgery.
In order to bring you the best care, our team also coordinates with neurologists, physiatrists, psychiatrists, hospitalists, anesthesiologists, primary care providers, pharmacists, neuroscience nurses, physical therapists, occupational therapists and speech-language pathologists.
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