The University of Michigan Stroke Program is accredited as a Comprehensive Stroke Center by the Joint Commission. We have repeatedly been designated as an American Heart Association Gold Plus stroke hospital, the highest stroke quality designation. This award recognizes hospitals that provide consistently excellent care following evidence based guidelines. The AHA has recognized the quality of stroke care provided at U-M since 2005.
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Back pain is one of the most common reasons for primary care visits. Most people at some point in their lives will experience some form of back pain. Back pain can be mild or severe, pass quickly or last long enough to significantly impact your quality of life.
The University of Michigan Health Systems Cerebrovascular Program is one of a select few which offers both open surgical and minimally- invasive treatment for aneurysm patients, with a new Neuro Interventional suite that makes it possible to detect and repair aneurysms in the same room, with a team of neurosurgeons and neuroradiologistsworking closely together.
The Neuro-oncology Program at the University of Michigan gives patients the best options for fighting brain cancer, by combining comprehensive multidisciplinary treatment, the expertise of our Brain Tumor Board and discovery of new approaches, including the latest minimally invasive techniques.
The University of Michigan Rogel Cancer Center provides comprehensive cancer care, cutting-edge treatment, plus new therapies and clinical trials through our multidisciplinary cancer clinics.
The University of Michigan Health Systems Cerebrovascular Program diagnoses and treats cerebral arteriovenous malformation and is one of a select few which offers open surgical, minimally- invasive and stereotactic radiosurgery treatments.
If you have chronic back and/or neck pain and have most - but not all - of the function you need to allow you to return to work or daily activities, the four-week Functional Restoration Program at the University of Michigan can get you back to work, help you start a new career, or be able to take care of your kids. Our multidisciplinary program addresses the total person, from rehabilitation to vocational counseling.
Hereditary Hemorrhagic Telangiectasia (HHT) is a genetic disorder that affects about one in 5,000 people and commonly causes nosebleeds, with more frequent nosebleeds typically starting after about age 12. Patients with HHT have a tendency to form blood vessels that are abnormal, fragile, and bleed more easily.
There are many different specialists who treat patients with HHT. Many patients will eventually see two or more types of specialists, especially later in adulthood. Specialists who treat HHT include otolaryngologists (ear, nose & throat doctors), interventional radiologists (to treat AVMs), hematologists (to help manage anemia), and more.
The University of Michigan Health System’s Neurointerventional Radiology Division uses minimally-invasive procedures to diagnose and treat a wide range of cerebrovascular disorders (involving the brain, head, neck, spine and spinal cord regions).
The Stroke Program at the University of Michigan brings together specialists in multiple disciplines to offer the highest level of comprehensive stroke care to patients. We are the first hospital in Michigan to achieve the American Heart Association’s (AHA) Gold Plus rating for stroke care. This award recognizes hospitals that provide consistently excellent care following evidence based guidelines. The AHA has recognized the quality of stroke care provided at Michigan Medicine since 2005.
Stroke resources for patients and their families including Michigan Medicine Care Guides and patient videos.
At the Stroke Clinic in the Frankel Cardiovascular Center, stroke specialists aim to prevent you from suffering a recurring stroke and to determine what caused your stroke. As part of the Michigan Comprehensive Stroke Program, you have access to stroke specialists in multiple specialties working to help you to not have a recurring stroke.
The vertebral body is the weight-supporting, solid central part of a vertebra (any of 33 bones of the spinal column). A vertebral body compression fracture is when a break collapses one or more vertebrae of the spine. Vertebral compression fractures are often linked to osteoporosis or thinning of the bone tissue over time. Such fractures may also be caused by trauma.