The Neurointerventional or Endovascular Neurosurgical services are offered by the Neuroradiology and Neurosurgery departments of the Rockefeller Neurosciences Institute. WVU Medicine’s J.W. Ruby Memorial Hospital is the only hospital in North Central West Virginia to offer advanced, minimally invasive treatment for:
- Brain aneurysms
- Carotid artery disease
- Head, neck and spine disorders
Using neuroimaging, our physicians create individualized treatment plans designed to help each patient have the best outcome possible. Our treatment protocols are based on the latest evidence, including research conducted at our own medical center. The neurointerventional team is available around the clock for emergency stroke and aneurysm care, striving to begin treatment as quickly as possible.
Our endovascular approach to care helps patients avoid major open surgery and recover faster than traditional neurosurgeries. Our patients often return home the day after their procedure and can return to their normal activities within just a few days.
The expert neurointerventionalists at WVU Medicine have provided minimally invasive treatment for strokes and aneurysms for more than 15 years. They help shape the future of neurointerventional services through leadership roles in national physician societies, serving as editors for medical journals and by participating in the latest research and clinical trials.
Our skilled neurointerventional services team includes:
WVU Medicine: Minimally-Invasive Aneurysm Treatment
Diagnosis and proactive treatment of a brain aneurysm is key: once these swollen structures rupture, rapid bleeding makes survival unlikely. Leading-edge surgical treatment by a multidisciplinary team comprised of WVU Medicine neurologists, neurosurgeons, and neuroradiologists brings world-class care close to home, explains WVU Medicine Neuroradiology and Interventional Neuroradiology section chief SoHyun Boo, M.D.