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Neurology Department: Neuroscience, Stroke Treatment, and Nervous Disorders

   
Hinsdale, Illinois Stroke Treatment Center designated primary stroke center by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations

 

Adventist Hinsdale Hospital is Certified as a Primary Stroke Treatment Center! Learn More! 

Adventist Hinsdale Hospital’s Neurology Department provides stroke treatment, patient care and observation for patients with disorders of the nervous system, including the brain and spinal cord.

We use innovative treatments from minimally-invasive brain aneurysm surgery and neuroradiology to neurosurgery to combat a wide range of neurological conditions and diseases, including strokes and aneurysms.

Our board-certified physicians and surgeons are highly educated and trained in specific areas of medical and surgical neuroscience, stroke treatment, and brain aneurysm surgery, which is one of the reasons that Adventist Hinsdale Hospital recently earned the coveted designation as a primary stroke center by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations.

With cutting-edge equipment and high-tech procedures, our multi-disciplinary team of experts develops brain disorder and stroke treatment plans for adult and pediatric patients.

Minimally-invasive Hinsdale, Illinois brain aneurysm surgery

Stroke Treatment and Brain Aneurysm Surgery

Adventist Hinsdale Hospital offers safe, high-quality stroke treatment and brain aneurysm surgery for patients affected by these neurological disorders. Minimally-invasive neuroradiology allows doctors to treat disorders through angiography, embolizations, and endovascular therapy. Neurosurgery treats more complex disorders through acoustic neuroma, sterotactics, and cervical laminectomy. 

Click on the links below to learn more about each of these procedures, and how our team of experts employs these techniques on patients to treat disorders of the head, neck and spine.

 
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