The Rochester Regional Health Neurointerventional Surgery Program uses the latest minimally-invasive, endovascular approaches to treat complex vascular conditions of the brain, spine, head, and neck in adults and children. Whether it's your first appointment or a second opinion, our experts are with you every step of the way.
Neurointerventional surgery (also commonly known as endovascular neurosurgery, interventional neurology, interventional neuroradiology, neuroendovascular surgery or neurointerventional radiology) is an innovative, minimally-invasive surgical approach that can treat vascular (blood vessel) problems of the brain, head, neck, and spine.
For patients, the benefits of neurointerventional surgery include smaller incisions, faster recovery, and less pain than traditional surgery. Procedures utilize sophisticated imaging techniques, during which our board-certified neurointerventional surgeons use tiny catheters (tubes) to place miniature instruments in the blood vessels for surgical repairs of neurovascular disorders.
Many disorders of the blood vessels in the brain, neck, and spine can be treated via neurointerventional surgery. The most common conditions we treat include:
We are home to the only trained neurointerventionalists dedicated solely to these procedures in the region. And, because of our large health network, we manage every step of your care, coordinating with our trained specialists for emergent care, follow-up, and rehabilitation.
Using state-of-the-art diagnostic techniques, our neurointerventional surgeons are able to quickly diagnose even the most complex vascular cases.
Our neurointerventionalists use innovative endovascular techniques to provide patients with the best possible outcomes for their condition. Treatment options include:
Each patient comes to us with unique concerns, so we approach care from an individualized perspective.
Hear first-hand from our patients about how the care they received from the Rochester Regional Health Neuroscience Institute changed their lives.