Our Team: Browse our Neuroradiologists
The Sutter East Bay Neuroscience Institute has a team of top neuroradiologists who are all board certified and accredited. Neuroradiologists and related specialists of neurointerventionalists and neurointensivists work as part of our team in the East Bay region, aiming to provide top neurology treatment to patients in the San Francisco East Bay region.
Our East Bay-based neuroradiologists have gained substantial expertise in their specialties through their studies at renowned national and international institutions. Each neuroradiologist on our team works with patients to create a plan of treatment options that is the best for that patient. Patients come to us from throughout California, but especially the East Bay Area and the cities of Pleasanton, Hayward, Berkeley, and Castro Valley to mention just a few. Many patients wonder what are the best questions to ask your neuroradiologist (neurointerventionalist or neurointensivists) to learn about possible treatment options. Identifying the best questions to ask your neuroradiologist varies with each patient; our goal is to create an open, cooperative environment between you and your cardiothoracic specialist so that each and every question gets asked, and answered. That's one way to get to the best questions to ask your doctor.
Search for Neuroradiologists
Begin your research by searching our realtime database of available neuroradiologists.
What is a Neuroradiologist (Neurointerventionalist, Neurointensivist)?
Neuroradiology is a subspecialty of radiology focusing on the diagnosis and characterization of abnormalities of the central and peripheral nervous system, spine, and head and neck using neuroimaging techniques. (Source: Wikipedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neuroradiology).
Neurointerventional Surgery (NIS) is an (ACGME) Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education accredited medical subspecialty specializing in minimally invasive image-based technologies and procedures used in diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the head, neck, and spine. While NIS can be ACGME accredited, fewer than 5 programs in the U.S. are actually accredited. (Source: Wikipedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neurointerventional_Surgery).
Neurointensivists work in the medical subspecialty of neurological intensive care, which focuses on the comprehensive care of the critically ill neurological patient. Like other intensivists, the neurointensivist actively cares for his or her patients in the ICU (Intensive Care Unit)l; he or she coordinates the neurological and medical management of the patient.
Choosing the Best Neuroradiologist for You
How do you choose the best neuroradiologist for you? Usually patients are referred to neuroradiologists (Neurointerventionalist, Neurointensivist) from other doctors. That said, patient input is very important to the process. There is no single best neuroradiologist in the sense that each patient is unique, each condition is unique, and the most logical goal is to work with your doctor to create the best treatment program for you. The first step towards identifying the best neuroradiologist for you begins with researching neuroradiologists on the Internet via websites such as the Sutter East Bay Neuroscience Institute. Second, reach out to a specialist for a consultation on your condition and work with him or her to create the best treatment option plan that fits your needs. Finally, the goal of a treatment program should be to work together as a team - doctor, assistants, patient, and others - to create a treatment plan.
The Sutter East Bay Neuroscience Institute has joined together the expertise of neuroradiologists, neuro-interventionalists, and other specialists with state-of-the-art technology to bring advanced treatment options to patients in the East Bay region, and beyond. Our interdisciplinary team approach ensures that no option is overlooked and no gap in treatment is allowed to surface. Our philosophy is to help each patient select the best specialists to work with him or her on the best treatment options, whatever neurological condition may exist. Use this page to access our realtime database of existing specialists and to browse doctors by specialty.