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St. Luke’s Clinic – Neurointervention

Interventional neuroradiology, also known as neurointerventional surgery, is a catheter-based medical subspecialty that uses image guidance to perform minimally invasive treatments in the head, neck, and spine. Often these treatments eliminate the need for open surgery. Our team specializes in procedures for conditions such as stroke, brain aneurysm, nosebleed, compression fracture of the spine, and tumors of the head, neck, and spine.

Providers

  • Neuroradiology

    Biography

    D. Tony Bell, MD has clinical interests in endovascular coiling of aneurysms, carotid stenting, and acute stroke intervention. He completed residencies in internal medicine and diagnostic radiology at the University of Utah, serving as chief resident in his final year. He also completed his two-year fellowship in interventional and diagnostic neuroradiology at the University of Utah. Dr. Bell has held faculty appointments at Wake Forest University of Medicine, the University of North Carolina, and the Medical University of South Carolina. His recreational interests include climbing and mountain biking.

    Availability

    Accepting new patients
  • Neuroradiology

    Biography

    John Perl II, MD completed his diagnostic radiology residency at the University of Alabama. He completed fellowships in neuroradiology at the Cleveland Clinic and neurointerventional radiology at the University of Wisconsin. In addition to working at some of the most prestigious facilities in the country, Dr. Perl has been a part of extensive research programs and has been published in medical journals including the Journal of Neurotrauma, Radiology, the American Journal of Neuroradiology, the Journal of Endovascular Surgery, and others. He has been a featured presenter and guest lecturer at conferences throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe. In his spare time, Dr. Perl spends time with his family.

    Availability

    Accepting new patients

Conditions

Stroke

Stroke occurs when a blood vessel in the brain is blocked or bursts. Brain damage can begin within minutes, so act quickly.