Aneurysm

An aneurysm is a bulge or a sac that develops in the brain arteries because of weakened blood vessel wall. Brain aneurysms are...

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Stroke

Stroke is a generic term used to describe any sudden interruption of brain function due to a problem with the blood vessels of the brain...

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Angioplasty & Stenting

Angioplasty is a medical procedure used to treat narrowing of the arteries. This is accomplished by inflating a small balloon inside...

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Dural Arteriovenous Fistula

Dural arteriovenous fistula (dAVF) is a relatively rare condition which usually arises after clotting in one of the large veins (dural sinuses)

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Brain AVMs

Brain or cerebral arteriovenous malformations are abnormal connections between the arteries and veins in the brain. They usually...

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Spinal Injections

Spinal injections are used to inject medications into the painful/injured area of the spine. Spinal injections can be used to diagnose...

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  • dr-jason-wenderoth-bsc-mbbs-franzcrMeet Dr. Jason Wenderoth BSc, MB BS (Hons I), FRANZCR, CCINR.

    Neurointerventionist

    Dr Jason Wenderoth undertook fellowship training in interventional neuroradiology at Royal Perth Hospital and Radcliffe Infirmary, Oxford. He established the neurointerventional services at Prince of Wales/Sydney Children’s Hospital and Liverpool Hospital in 2005 and Prince of Wales Private Hospital in 2010.

    Having treated over 1000 aneurysms, and performed over 2000 major procedures, Dr Wenderoth is one of the most experienced practitioners in the field of interventional neuroradiology worldwide. His advice and expertise is regularly sought by colleagues both in Australia and internationally.

  • dr-jason-wenderoth-bsc-mbbs-franzcrMeet Dr. Andrew Cheung BSc (Med), MBBS (Hons 1), FRANZCR, CCINR.

    Neurointerventionist

    Dr Andrew Cheung is an Australian fellowship trained interventional neuroradiologist. He was raised in Sydney, and is fluent in English and Cantonese. He undertook sub-specialty fellowship training at Royal Perth Hospital and Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, WA.

    Currently, he is a Visiting Medical Officer at Liverpool Hospital, Prince of Wales Hospital, Prince of Wales Private Hospital and Macquarie University Hospital.

    Dr Cheung is certified to practice Interventional Neuroradiology by the CCINR.

  • dr-jason-wenderoth-bsc-mbbs-franzcrMeet Dr. Nathan W. Manning BApSci, BSci (Hons), MBBS, FRANZCR, CCINR.

    Neurointerventionist

    Dr Nathan Manning graduated from University of Melbourne Medical School in 2004. He undertook Basic Surgical Training at Royal Melbourne Hospital in 2006 and advanced Radiology training in 2008. In 2012 Dr. Manning commenced his fellowship training in Interventional Neuroradiology at Royal Melbourne Hospital. In 2014 Dr Manning undertook two further fellowships in Interventional Neuroradiology at Columbia Medical Centre, New York, New York. Dr Manning returned to Australia joining SNIS in July 2017.

  • Dr Justin WhitleyMeet Dr. Justin Whitley MBChB FRANZR EBIR CCINR

    Neurointerventionist

    Dr Whitley obtained his medical degree from the University of Cape Town in 2004. He subsequently relocated to Queensland, Australia where he completed his specialist Radiology training. This was followed by Interventional and Neurointerventional Radiology fellowships at Royal Brisbane, Royal Melbourne and Gold Coast University Hospitals.

    Dr Whitley worked at Princess Alexandra Hospital in Brisbane before moving to Sydney where he is now appointed at Prince of Wales and Liverpool Hospitals. His areas of interest include aneurysm repair, dural AV fistulas and acute stroke treatment.

  • Dr Mark ParsonsMeet Dr. Mark Parsons B.Med (University of Newcastle), PhD (University of Melbourne), FRACP (Neurology), FAAHMS

    Neurologist

    Professor Parsons is an internationally recognised leader in Stroke Medicine, and a highly sought-after speaker, instructor and mentor, both nationally and internationally, in all aspects of clinical Neuroscience. He has just been appointed as the inaugural Professor of Medicine and Neurology at UNSW South Western Sydney Clinical School. He is also a Conjoint Professor of Neurology at University of Newcastle.

    Despite his academic achievements, Professor Parsons is first and foremost a clinician, and previously had a busy private practice Consulting in Neurology in Maitland, NSW (his home-town), and subsequently then in Melbourne. He is delighted to have joined Sydney Neurointerventional Specialists. Although he has special interests in Stroke, and Concussion, he is happy to consult on any neurological problem.