Our multidisciplinary specialists work as a team to provide
the highest quality of care at every step, from a patient’s diagnosis and
treatment to rehabilitation. Together, we have completed thousands of aneurysm
and AVM procedures.
Interventional neuroradiologists work with patients who have
brain aneurysms and vascular malformations. These physicians are radiologists
who have additional training and experience in radiology interventions
(minimally invasive procedures) that involve the brain, spine and nerves.
Nurse practitioners are registered nurses with advanced
training and clinical education. Nurse practitioners who specialize in
neuroscience work with patients and families, coordinating closely with
These are critical care
doctors who specialize in neurology. They direct the care of patients in the
neurological intensive care unit (neuro ICU). Patients who have had surgery or
an endovascular procedure receive care afterwards in the neuro ICU. The neuro
ICU also serves patients with stroke and other serious neurological conditions.
Neurologists are doctors who specialize in disorders of the
brain, spinal cord, nerves and muscles.
Physiatrists are part of Courage Kenny Rehabilitation
Institute and serve patients in the neurological
intensive care unit (neuro ICU) and neuroscience inpatient unit.
Physiatrists evaluate patients' physical and mental functioning, mood and
motivation, and rehab needs.
Vascular neurosurgeons evaluate, diagnose and treat complex
cerebrovascular disease, including arteriovenous malformations (AVMs), brain
aneurysms and carotid disease.