CHI St. Vincent offers some of the most advanced treatments available for brain tumors. However, you must first recognize the symptoms so that you know when to seek treatment. Dr. Ali Krisht describes symptoms that indicate you need to be seen by a physician.
It's vital that everyone be able to recognize the symptoms of a stroke such as a facial droop, arm weakness, vision or speech difficulties. Dr. Ali Krisht says if a stroke patient seeks treatment immediately, there will be more treatment options and possibly better outcomes.
CHI St. Vincent and the Arkansas Neuroscience Institute are not only committed to treating strokes, they're committed to preventing them as well. Dr. Ali Krisht explains how ANI is a healthcare providing institute, but it is also an educational institute.
One of the most common types of stroke is caused by a clot that prevents blood from reaching a part of the brain. Dr. Ali Krisht explains how these strokes are treated at CHI St. Vincent.
If a person has a blockage or a complex aneurysm in their carotid artery, they're at high risk for a stroke. Dr. Ali Krisht says the Arkansas Neuroscience Institute at CHI St. Vincent provides a revolutionary treatment option.
The Arkansas Neuroscience Institute at CHI St. Vincent has one of the world's most experienced teams for treating weakened blood vessels in the brain called aneurysms. Dr. Ali Krisht explains the types of treatment available.
When someone suffers a stroke, the team at CHI St. Vincent Arkansas Neuroscience Institute has several treatments that may be able to reverse the effects if they’re administered within the first few hours after symptoms began.
Dr. Ali Krisht, Neurosurgery, says it's important to know the signs of a stroke so that you can react immediately.
Advanced treatment options have provided new opportunities for patients with brain tumors.
Advancements in neurology and neurosurgery have led to a greater understanding of brain tumors, including how they are diagnosed and treated.
A brain tumor can be frightening for patients, but advanced treatments have allowed Dr. Ali Krisht and other neurosurgeons to do more to help patients.
With summer comes heat across Central Arkansas along with the risk of heat stroke and related illness. That’s why everyone should understand the fundamentals of heat stroke recovery, treatment and prevention.
The biggest challenge for doctors treating stoke comes before someone ever reaches the hospital. It's recognizing the signs of a stroke so they can get care quickly.
ANI's goal was to establish a center which would become like a lighthouse for neurosurgery. Whether for treatment or learning or research related to the brain, ANI has become a destination neuroscience institute.
Medical marijuana has been shown to have positive effects for patients with certain conditions. However, it can also have negative impacts on a the brain.
Dr. Emad Aboud's patented method is changing the way future brain surgeons learn in the lab. The method of simulating life-like conditions on cadavers has drawn recognition.
Surgery for back pain is a last resort, but in this case it was necessary to prevent permanent damage.
Barrett Hatches' search for the top neurosurgeon to handle his pituitary tumor led him to Arkansas Neuroscience Institute and Dr. Ali Krisht, and he's glad it did.
Sonta Jean, the KOKY Queen, has undergone two surgeries at CHI St. Vincent to seal brain aneurysms. She is a living testament to listening to your body.
Approximately 175 golfers compete in the 15th annual CHI St. Vincent Golf Classic on Monday at Chenal Country Club. The tournament was co-presented by Chreyton Electric and PotlatchDeltic Corporation.