I'm a neurosurgeon and work at the Arkansas Neuroscience Institute. My main area of expertise is cerebral vascular neurosurgery, both open and endovascular. That includes dealing with brain aneurisms, arterial venous malformations, and cavernous malformations and carotid artery disease, stroke. It also involves the care of patients with brain tumors and due to our vast training in spine surgery it also includes the performance of complex spine procedures. One of the areas that have changed dramatically is the treatment of acute stroke where our ability to open a vessel that has been closed with a clot has increased to 90 percent or even higher chance of being able to do so compared to ten to even five years ago. If someone needs to be seen by me or my staff, this can happen in a very expedited fashion. We are already available to the physicians who need our help, whether they call from the emergency room or the office. Both myself and my partners have a solid track record of providing excellent care and we have introduced the capacity to perform high-end neurosurgical procedure; both open and endovascular at CHI St. Vincent.
Dr. Rammos is a dual fellowship trained neurosurgeon with interest in cerebrovascular disorders, brain and spine tumors and complex spine instrumentation. Prior to joining ANI, Dr. Rammos completed neurosurgical residency training, including enfolded endovascular and vascular neurosurgery fellowship training, at the Illinois Neurological Institute. He completed his endovascular neurosurgery fellowship training at the University of Illinois, Chicago. Dr. Rammos also completed a fellowship in microneurosurgery, cerebrovascular and skull base surgery under the tutelage of Dr. Krisht at ANI.