Neurointerventional Medicine - Stroke and Brain Aneurysm Treatment
Neurointerventional medicine involves highly specialized physicians using minimally invasive tools to treat a variety of cerebrovascular diseases, including stroke and brain aneurysms.
The Neurointerventional Program at St. Francis Hospital & Heart Center® is one of the largest in the tri-state area. Our team includes renowned neurologists, radiologists and neurosurgeons who are specially trained in the most modern techniques and procedures.
Conditions We Treat
- Brain aneurysms
- Brain artery narrowing (stenosis)
- Cerebral vein narrowing (stenosis)
- Arteriovenous Malformation (AVM) - an abnormal connection between blood vessels
For many patients, disease of a blood vessel in the brain or spinal cord is a frightening diagnosis. Fortunately, tremendous advancements in technology allows our physicians to treat these diseases safely and effectively without open brain surgery. Instead, patients have minimal procedural recovery time and are left with a small incision that heals within a day or two.
Dr. Jeremy Liff, Director
Dr. Ketevan Berekashvili
Dr. Miguel Litao
Dr. Nitin Mariwalla