A Network of Exceptional Care
Through multidisciplinary collaboration, we combine the expertise of physicians with dedicated skillsets to achieve the best possible outcomes for our patients. We have partnerships with excellent neurosurgeons that perform open surgical procedures. In a field of rapid technological innovation, we fully educate patients on the risks, benefits, and evidence for every procedure that we perform. Our patients are empowered with information to have confidence in their management.
All of our Neurointerventional Surgeons are board-certified and have completed fellowships at the most elite medical institutions in the country. Our physician team is further supported by highly dedicated and specialized nurse practitioners, as well as physician partners in Neurology and Critical Care Medicine. Our team is active in clinical research with a genuine passion for contributing to the continued evolution of Neurointerventional Surgery. Our Neurointerventional Surgeons use evidence-based, cutting-edge techniques.
A Practice of Landmark Firsts
Dr. Michael Madison performed the first endovascular coil embolization of a brain aneurysm in Minnesota. Since then our group has treated over 3,500 brain aneurysms, with a volume unparalleled in Minnesota and one of the highest in the nation.
We were the first practice to perform endovascular treatment of stroke with reperfusion catheters and stent retrievers in Minnesota. Our practice has since remained the No. 1 volume of stroke thrombectomy procedures in the state. Case volume has been shown to strongly correlate with patient outcomes. You have a voice in your care options.
In a field of rapid technological innovation, we take great pride in fully educating patients on the risks, benefits, and evidence for every procedure that we perform. Our patients are empowered with information to have confidence in their management.
The Neurointerventional Surgery Team
We provide second opinions and consultations on a vast array of vascular and nonvascular brain and spine diseases including, but not limited to:
- Cerebral aneurysms
- Arteriovenous malformations
- Dural arteriovenous fistulas
- Spinal vascular malformations
- Carotid stenosis and other conditions leading to recurrent strokes
- Many other vascular diseases of the brain and spine
We are always available to our patients 24/7. Please find our online scheduling tool for appointments via our clinic, Zoom, or phone. Whether you are a new patient, former patient, or a new patient seeking a consultation or second opinion, we very much look forward to hearing from you.