Cerebrovascular Neurosurgery at the Health Sciences Centre, University of Manitoba, provides comprehensive subspecialized management and treatment for the full spectrum of complex neurovascular disorders of the brain and spinal cord. This includes treatment and management of intracranial aneurysms, arteriovenous malformations, cavernous malformations, stroke, carotid revascularization, microvascular decompression, moyamoya disease, arteriovenous fistulas, and other malformations including spinal lesions.

The University of Manitoba’s long standing and experienced history in cerebrovascular disorders is highlighted by the pioneering surgical treatment and papers on the surgical anatomy of the lateral cavernous sinus by Dr. Parkinson, as well as being home to Canada’s first Gamma Knife Surgery Centre.

The Health Sciences Centre is equipped with state-of-the-art MRI, CT and Neuroangiography suites including a cutting-edge biplane neuroangiography and operative suite, with intra-procedural MRI capabilities. 

Our multi-disciplinary team consists of Cerebrovascular & Interventional Neurosurgeons, Interventional & Diagnostic Neuroradiologists, Stroke Neurologists, Neurocritical Care Specialists, Clinical & Physician Assistants, Nurses, Social Workers, Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists, Speech & Language Pathologists and Technicians, all dedicated and committed towards patient care.