When it comes to treating complex cerebrovascular conditions, the quality of your care is critical to your outcome. Our team of cerebrovascular neurosurgeons are all fellowship-trained in their specific areas of subspecialty. And because they have treated thousands of patients with these complicated – and sometimes rare – conditions, they have the expertise to handle unique cases.
We are committed to providing coordinated, hassle-free care so you can concentrate on your health — not on arranging health care. We treat one of the highest volumes of cerebrovascular patients in the western United States, and we have spent years creating a health care team that best addresses their needs. Our collaborative approach means that you get the benefit of several physicians from a variety of subspecialties consulting on your case, without having to schedule multiple appointments.
Anthony Wang, MD
Dr. Wang brings extensive expertise in the management of moyamoya disease, aneurysms, arteriovenous malformations (AVMs), and cavernous malformations. He is fellowship-trained in complex cranial base and open cerebrovascular surgery, as well as in pediatric neurosurgery, as many of these conditions affect patients of all ages. He is a member of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons, Congress of Neurological Surgeons, the American Heart Association. Dr. Wang’s research laboratory utilizes cutting-edge techniques to understand the genetic underpinnings of developmental cerebrovascular disorders such as these, uncovering modifiable conditions controlling gene expression to offer new avenues to better treat our patients. More >