Julian Wade needed a complicated brain surgery to stop an aggressive tumor. Carle Neuroscience Institute was there.
Nick Sullivan’s life in the Army changed when a helicopter accident severely injured his brain and body.
Urbana's Robin Clarke continues to recover from a subarachnoid hemorrhage from a ruptured aneurysm, a type of bleeding stroke.
DNV GL Healthcare designates Carle Foundation Hospital as its only Comprehensive Stroke Center in downstate Illinois.
Dr. Wael Mostafa: New event helps put Champaign-Urbana on the map for world-class medical research and clinical practice.
Adjusting after surgery takes some time and several visits so the devices work optimally for each person.
Carle Foundation Hospital and the University of Illinois launch an exciting first-of-its-kind partnership to conduct both basic and applied research to advance and improve patient care.
“I came out it with zero deficits (negative effects). I have a little bit of numbness in my right leg, but I don’t walk with a limp.”
Carle is the only Illinois hospital outside the Chicago and St. Louis areas to offer TransCarotid Artery Revascularization (TCAR).
Team Kyle Ash: "We worked together ... on various complex cognitive skills he would have done prior to the stroke."
Dr. Zachary Osborne: “Her carotid artery – the large artery from the heart to the brain – was 95 to 99 percent narrowed.”
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