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There are two types of strokes. The most common is a hemorrhage stroke, which involves brain bleeds. The other is an ischemic stroke, which is caused by a blocked artery. As the number one stroke center in West Michigan, we treat many of both. You'll have access to the newest, minimally invasive treatments to improve your recovery.
Your care team includes doctors, nurses, surgeons and radiologists—all specially trained in stroke care. Learn more about treating stroke here. Remember that immediate medical help is the best course of stroke treatment.
Treatments We Provide
Medical Management for Stroke
An injection given through IV, tPA disperses the blood clot that caused your stroke and restores blood flow to your brain.
Our physical therapy and rehabilitation experts don't just work on improving your physical function. We understand that neurological connections with your brain and your nerves affect your physical, cognitive and emotional health. Our holistic approach brings you greater success.
Through a small incision in the groin artery, this device uses a separator to advance and retract through a catheter. It dislodges the clot, while a suction tube grabs and removes the clot.
The Solitaire® minimally invasive surgical device can open blocked blood vessels. It expands a metal cage to trap a blood clot at multiple points and then removes it. It's great at restoring blood flow fast which is critical to limit the damage of a stroke.
Our stroke rehabilitation program is focused on helping you overcome stroke-related disabilities and relearn basic skills, such as talking, eating, dressing and walking.