Aurora BayCare MD offers interventional neurology expertise
Fri, Oct 2, 2015
GREEN BAY – Patients battling neurovascular conditions, namely stroke, have a new ally in Aurora BayCare Medical Center’s Dr. Ziad Darkhabani.
As the Green Bay-based hospital’s new interventional neurologist, Darkhabani diagnoses and treats diseases and related neurovascular problems utilizing minimally-invasive, image-guided techniques.
His treatment specialties include, among others:
- Cerebral angiograms
- Balloon occlusion tests
- Cerebral aneurysm embolization
- Carotid angioplasty and stenting
- Tumor embolization
Darkhabani will help establish interventional neurology as a new Aurora BayCare subspecialty. He also will help develop the Aurora BayCare Stroke & Neurovascular Clinic.
Darkhabani completed his residency in neurology at the State University New York at Buffalo. He is fellowship trained in vascular neurology from the State University New York at Buffalo and endovascular surgical neuroradiology from the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee. He is board certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology in both Vascular Neurology and Neurology.
He practices at Aurora BayCare Medical Center in Green Bay, 2845 Greenbrier Road. For more information, call (855) 819-9935.
About BayCare Clinic
BayCare Clinic, www.baycare.net, is the largest physician-owned specialty-care clinic in Northeast Wisconsin and Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. With its 100-plus physicians, BayCare Clinic offers expertise in more than 20 specialties, serving clinical locations in 13 regional communities. Based in Green Bay, Wis., BayCare Clinic is a joint partner in Aurora BayCare Medical Center.