High school math teacher Carrie Mazak credits her recovery from a ruptured brain aneurysm to a calculated decision to perform open surgery.
North Jersey Patient’s Success with New Minimally Invasive Brain Bleed Treatment Demonstrates Potential to Raise the Bar on the Standard of CareAdmin2022-03-30T12:32:59-04:00
Lucille Bonfanti is one of a growing number of patients who fully recovered from large, life-threatening brain bleeds thanks to highly skilled neurosurgeons and S.E.E.I.N.G.TM, a contemporary approach for treating historically lethal hemorrhages using a minimally invasive technique.
Today, an increasing number of Americans are doing just that — with potentially devastating results. It's not uncommon to ignore a sudden, severe headache; dizziness; tingling; or loss of balance. These are just some of the symptoms — that when disregarded — can lead to significant medical problems.
Commonly referred to as a ministroke, a transient ischemic attack (TIA) happens when there is a blockage, often in the form of a blood clot, that obstructs blood flow to part of the brain.
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.
Neurosurgeon pioneers groundbreaking technology of a new minimally invasive option for brain surgeryAdmin2022-03-30T12:33:12-04:00
Dr. Ronald Benitez became the first surgeon in New Jersey to use a cutting-edge technology to operate on a patient with epilepsy. This new procedure allows doctors to perform minimally invasive surgery that improves the lives of people suffering from seizures due to epilepsy.
Retired educator teaches the most important lesson of her life Donna Mulrane underwent a minimally invasive technique called 'coiling' after suffering a brain aneurysm. With coiling, a thin catheter is used to block off the aneurysm from the inside. When Donna Mulrane retired, she didn't think she'd have yet another [read more]
Treatment for life-threatening brain aneurysm has patient back on her feet in no time Neurosurgeons at Altair Health treated Maureen Myers' aneurysm with a minimally invasive technique known as coiling. Maureen Myers went back to work in the Food Services Department at Manasquan High School just four weeks after surgery. After [read more]
Dr. Ronald Benitez recently received a "Life Saving Award" from PBA Local 155 for saving Ramsey Police Officer Rich Falotico from a life-threatening stroke. The award ceremony took place at the Ramsey Country Club in late December.