The Department of Neurosurgery at Brigham and Women’s Hospital provides compassionate, patient-centered diagnosis and comprehensive treatment of brain and spinal Arteriovenous Malformations (AVMs). Our experienced cerebrovascular neurosurgeons, neuro-interventional radiologists, and vascular neurologists collaborate with each other in an interdisciplinary approach to treatment to provide the best possible non-surgical and advanced surgical options for those with AVMs with the goal of providing the greatest lifestyle improvement for a better quality of life. As a teaching affiliate of Harvard Medical School, our neurosurgeons participate in cerebrovascular research and clinical trials, which are instrumental in perfecting and tracking treatments and protocols to improve the future of AVM treatment.
Learn more about the diagnosis and treatment of Arteriovenous Malformations (AVM) at Brigham and Women’s Hospital:
In addition to their exceptional technical skill, Brigham and Women’s Hospital multidisciplinary team of physicians are known for their clear communication, compassion, time spent with patients, and personal care and attention.