UT Health Physicians

Cerebrovascular Neurosurgery

Related to: Aneurysm treatment, stroke treatment, neurosurgery

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The physician's practice of UT Health San Antonio's Neurosurgery Cerebrovascular Center provides the highest standard of care for patients with disorders involving blood vessels of the brain and spine. We are revolutionizing the lives of San Antonio’s stroke and aneurysm patients.

The physician's practice of UT Health San Antonio's highly skilled, experienced multidisciplinary team of neurosurgery, neurology, neuroradiology and radiation oncology specialists provide a full spectrum of neurointerventional care, including complex microsurgical treatment.

Our neurovascular experts, ranging from cerebrovascular neurosurgeons, endo neuro-interventionalists, neuroradiologists and neurocritical care doctors, perform diagnostic procedures and minimally invasive interventions using the most sophisticated biplane system and neuro suite equipment ever manufactured.

Because of their diverse backgrounds and unique training, our specialists are able to provide a multidisciplinary approach to the treatment of patients with blood vessel disorders. We combine their collective expertise with state-of-the-art techniques to deliver the highest standard of care to both emergency patients and patients undergoing elective procedures.

The UT Health Neurovascular team also offers state-of-the-art frameless radiosurgery for both vascular and oncologic conditions. It provides precision radiation without the need for uncomfortable head frame placement.

The Neurovascular team is also capable of identifying and treating spontaneous intracranial hypotension.

Make an appointment

Please call 210-450-9060 or fax 210-450-4995 to make an appointment. We accept most major insurance plans.

Most major insurance accepted.

Learn more about our providers

Lee Birnbaum, M.D.








Lee Birnbaum, M.D.

Fadi Al–Saiegh, M.D.








Fadi Al–Saiegh, M.D.

Justin Mascitelli, M.D., FAANS








Justin Mascitelli, M.D., FAANS