Denver's Neurovascular Center at Swedish
Expert Care for Vascular Disorders Affecting the Brain & Spinal Cord
Using a multi-disciplinary center approach, our neurovascular surgeons, interventional radiologists and stroke neurologists coordinate services in:
- Vascular Neurosurgery
- Interventional Neuroradiology
- Stroke Neurology
- Vascular Stereotactic Radiosurgery
- Neuro-Intensive Care
Neuro & Vascular Clinical Expertise
At Swedish Medical Center, we treat the full range of neurovascular conditions, including:
- Arterial dissections: anterior and posterior circulation
- Arteriovenous fistula: brain and spine
- Arteriovenous malformations: brain and spine
- Carotid artery stenosis
- Cerebral aneurysms: ruptured and unruptured
- Intracranial arterial stenosis
- Intracerebral hemorrhage: primary and secondary
- Ischemic stroke
- Moyamoya disease
- Subarachnoid hemorrhage from ruptured cerebral aneurysm
- TIAs (transient ischemic attacks)
- Venous sinus thrombosis
- Vertebral artery stenosis
Specialists at our center also manage less common vascular problems such as vasculitis-related disorders of the neck and brain; epistaxis; head and neck, facial or orbital vascular malformations; preoperative tumor embolization; and vertebral compression fractures.
Neurovascular Diagnostic & Treatment Technology
Our state-of-the-art 3-D angiography suite supports our interventional Neuroradiologists who are available 365/24/7. Swedish also is the only medical center in the region with a 3T MRI with functional mapping capability.
Compassion & Coordination for Neurovascular Patients
Patients visiting The Swedish Neurovascular Center receive comprehensive care from experts in the neurovascular field, who hold weekly case conferences to examine and thoroughly discuss each case.
Furthermore, each patient has a team to guide him or her through the process. Our Neurovascular Care Coordinator is a point of contact for inpatient care and will help to coordinate care throughout hospitalization. Additionally, the coordinator will help the patient make the transition from inpatient care to outpatient services.