NeuroInterventional Specialists of Dayton use minimally invasive technologies to treat patients with vascular problems due to brain, spinal cord, head or neck disorders.
A neurointerventionalist is a neuroradiologist with special training in minimally invasive procedures. By inserting a microcatheter in the patient’s groin area and using advanced imaging for guidance, a neurointerventionalist is able to thread the microcatheter through the blood vessels leading into the brain. Neurointerventionalists use this minimally invasive technology to treat many complex disorders—including all types of strokes—with a lower risk of complications, shorter hospital stays and faster recovery.
NeuroInterventional Specialists of Dayton accepts new patients by referral.
Hours of Operation
Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
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