Eileen Kelleher, 87, has been a caretaker her entire life. As the oldest daughter in her family, she helped raise her siblings in Ireland after her mother passed away when she was 12. ... It was only fitting that she receive outstanding care when she needed it the most.
In an effort to conveniently deliver top spine and neurovascular care to more patients throughout central New Jersey, ANS | Altair Health today opened new locations in Somerville and Eatontown.
How Emergency Surgery – Through the Wrist – Saved One Stroke Patient’s Life Kerri Squires was given an 18 percent chance of survival. Now it’s as if the brain aneurysm never happened. Prior to her stroke, Kerri Squires had never even heard the word ‘aneurysm,’ let alone about life-saving brain [read more]
Why Minimally Invasive Surgery Isn’t Always the Answer High school math teacher Carrie Mazak credits her recovery from a ruptured brain aneurysm to a calculated decision to perform open surgery. Carrie Mazak and her husband, Joe Senerchia, were thrilled with the news that she was healthy enough to be discharged [read more]
North Jersey Patient’s Success with New Minimally Invasive Brain Bleed Treatment Demonstrates Potential to Raise the Bar on the Standard of CareAdmin2020-04-23T19:45:04-04:00
North Jersey Patient’s Success with New Minimally Invasive Brain Bleed Treatment Demonstrates Potential to Raise the Bar on the Standard of Care Dr. Paul Saphier from Atlantic NeuroSurgical Specialists (ANS) is challenging the status quo for the treatment of hemorrhagic strokes. Lucille Bonfanti is one of a growing number [read more]
Simple, but so often overlooked, advice: Listen to your body Stroke symptoms should not be ignored. ANS | Altair Health urges you to listen to your body. Don't ignore your symptoms. Today, an increasing number of Americans are doing just that — with potentially devastating results. It's not uncommon [read more]
Strokes can strike at any age: Know the signs A 31-year-old stroke survivor speaks out on the warning signs of stroke and the importance of FAST action: Erroneously diagnosed with a sinus and ear infection, Lindsey Singh, 31, skipped a few days of her regular morning spin class at [read more]
Stroke victim calls neurosurgery and yoga a life-saving combination Following life-saving surgery for a brain aneurysm, Jamie Falstrault credits his recovery to yoga. Here, Falstrault performs the tree pose in Mantoloking beach with his nephew/godson, Jake DeRienzo. When Jamie Falstrault's undiagnosed brain aneurysm ruptured while at home in [read more]