Cerebrovascular & Stroke Neurosurgery
Program of Excellence

About Cerebrovascular Disease

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Cerebrovascular disease refers to a group of conditions, diseases, and disorders that affect the blood vessels and blood supply to the brain. If a blockage, malformation, or hemorrhage prevents the brain cells from getting enough oxygen, brain damage can result.

The CU Department of Neurosurgery has some of the most experienced neurovascular surgeons in the country on our faculty, including nationally renowned Dr. Robert Breeze, Director of the Cerebrovascular Program, Dr. Joshua Seinfeld, Director of Endovascular Surgery, Dr. Chris Roark, Inpatient Medical Director, and Dr. David Case, who serves in both the Cerebrovascular Program and in our Neuro Critical Care Program.

 Our Cerebrovascular Neurosurgical Team

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More About Our Cerebrovascular Program

mobile stroke 1The vascular system of the brain transporting the blood and oxygen supply weaves a web of complexity necessitating the skills of only the most expert of neurosurgeons.

The Neurovascular Program provides a full continuum of care from emergency to rehabilitation services.  Each provider works in conjunction with members of Neurosurgery, Interventional Radiology, the Neuro-Intensive care unit, the Stroke team and Rehabilitation.   

CU Anschutz led the way in stroke care in the region by being one of the few comprehensive stroke centers on the front range, and by having the only mobile stroke unit in the state. To learn more about these services, please click on the links in the left-hand column.  

The Neurosurgery Team at CU School of Medicine is standing by!  We are available as needed and we provide the most comprehensive and state-of-the-art resources in the region.

Having a team of experienced providers increases the likelihood of a positive outcome for a most delicate and complex evaluation or procedure.  It ensures that the right options and answers are provided allowing for the best decision making given the information available.  Our program defines excellence for the community and we are transforming neurosurgical care, research, and innovation! 

To make an appointment 
call 720.848.2080

Neurosurgery (SOM)

CU Anschutz

Academic Office One

12631 East 17th Avenue


Aurora, CO 80045


CU Anschutz

University Hospital - Neurosurgery Patient Affairs

12605 E 16th Ave

Aurora, CO 80045


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