Although many people think a brain aneurysm means sudden, unexpected death, this condition can be both survivable and treatable. Neurosurgeons at the Swedish Cerebrovascular Center are specially trained in cerebrovascular diseases, and evaluate nearly 500 patients a year — one of the highest volumes in the Pacific Northwest. And, we have developed some of the techniques that minimize the risk of stroke after aneurysm treatment.
In the videos below, Dr. David Newell explains what brain aneurysms are, and discusses symptoms and treatment options. You can view the entire playlist here.
Appointments and Referrals
Swedish Cerebrovascular Center550 17th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122
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Affiliated clinic: Cranial, Spine and Joint Clinic at Providence Everett
Find out more about brain aneurysm treatment options, hear from a board certified surgeon and watch a video from a patient's perspective.
Patient Education: Brain Aneurysms
How you can help
Swedish is constantly working to ensure patients with debilitating neurological disorders have access to the best treatment options, the latest technology, and state-of-the-art facilities.
Support for Cerebrovascular Patients
Have a question about brain aneurysm services at Swedish?
Want to be part of our Cerebrovascular Support Group?
Email us or call the CerebrovascularSupport Line: 206-320-4985