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Dr. Luis A. Robles

Dr. Luis A. Robles

Neurosurgeon

Dr. Luis Robles has been practicing neurosurgery specialty for 20 years. Dr. Robles is academically active, he participates as a section editor in the World Neurosurgery journal and he has published several articles in different neurosurgery international journals.

Dr. Felipe Nares

Dr. Felipe Nares

Neurosurgeon

Dr. Nares attended medical school at the University of Aguascalientes, He is trained to perform anterior and lateral approaches to the spine from the cervical to the lumbar spine, as well as minimally invasive surgery.

Dr. Ramiro Pérez

Dr. Ramiro Pérez

Neurosurgeon

Dr. Ramiro Pérez attended medical school at the University of Guadalajara School of Medicine in Guadalajara México. Dr. Pérez performed his Neurosurgery training in Centro Medico Siglo XXI IMSS and has been practicing his specialty for more than 13 years.

Dr. JJ Ramirez

Dr. JJ Ramirez

Neurocirujano

Dr. Ramirez attended medical school at the Universidad Autonoma of Guadalajara School of Medicine in Guadalajara Mexico. Dr. Ramirez performed his Neurosurgery training at the National Institute of Neurology and Neurosurgery in Mexico City

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CAROTID ARTERY DISEASE
Carotid artery disease occurs when fatty accumulation (plaques) clog the blood vessels that supply blood to your brain and head (carotid arteries). If the blockage increases, the blood supply to the brain is interrupted or seriously reduced, causing a stroke. High blood pressure, tobacco use, diabetes, high blood-fat levels, family history, age, obesity, and lack of exercise. I diabetes and obesity. The first sign that you have the condition may be a stroke or transient ischemic attack (TIA). A TIA is a temporary shortage of blood flow to your brain.
The goal of treating carotid artery disease is to prevent a stroke. Specific treatments depend on the extent of blockage in your carotid arteries.
If blockage is mild to moderate, your doctor may recommend lifestyle changes to slow the progression of fat plaque (quitting smoking, losing weight, eating healthy foods, reducing salt, and exercising regularly). Also,medication to control blood pressure or lower cholesterol.
If blockage is severe, or if you've already had a TIA or stroke, your doctor may recommend removing the blockage from the artery. The options include:
Carotid endarterectomy, surgery is the most common treatment for severe carotid artery disease. The artery is repaired with either stitches or a graft.
Carotid angioplasty and stenting, if the blockage is too difficult to reach with carotid endarterectomy or you have other health conditions that make surgery too risky. You are given local anesthesia and a tiny balloon is threaded by catheter to the area of the clog. The balloon is inflated to widen the artery, and a small wire mesh coil (stent) is inserted to keep the artery from narrowing again.
Image below,it shows a pre and post stenting image, after treatment of carotid stenosis.
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CAROTID ARTERY DISEASE
Carotid artery disease occurs when fatty accumulation (plaques) clog the blood vessels that supply blood to your brain and head (carotid arteries). If the blockage increases, the blood supply to the brain is interrupted or seriously reduced, causing a stroke. High blood pressure,  tobacco use, diabetes, high blood-fat levels, family history, age, obesity, and lack of exercise. I diabetes and obesity. The first sign that you have the condition may be a stroke or transient ischemic attack (TIA). A TIA is a temporary shortage of blood flow to your brain. 
The goal of treating carotid artery disease is to prevent a stroke. Specific treatments depend on the extent of blockage in your carotid arteries.
If blockage is mild to moderate, your doctor may recommend lifestyle changes to slow the progression of fat plaque (quitting smoking, losing weight, eating healthy foods, reducing salt, and exercising regularly). Also,medication to control blood pressure or lower cholesterol.  
If blockage is severe, or if youve already had a TIA or stroke, your doctor may recommend removing the blockage from the artery. The options include:
Carotid endarterectomy, surgery is the most common treatment for severe carotid artery disease.   The artery is repaired with either stitches or a graft.
Carotid angioplasty and stenting, if the blockage is too difficult to reach with carotid endarterectomy or you have other health conditions that make surgery too risky. You are given local anesthesia and a tiny balloon is threaded by catheter to the area of the clog. The balloon is inflated to widen the artery, and a small wire mesh coil (stent) is inserted to keep the artery from narrowing again.
Image below,it shows a pre and post stenting image, after treatment of carotid stenosis.
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Functional neurosurgical procedures are indicated when medical treatment has failed to improve a patient’s condition. In the case of movement disorders (Parkinson’s disease, essential tremor or dystonia), if your neurologist considers that all available medical treatment have failed to improve your condition, he or she may indicate or suggests that you are candidate for a surgical treatment. In case of psychiatric disorders, your psychiatrist should inform you about this treatment option. The same process is done when you are dealing with a painful condition, your pain management specialist can inform you about surgical techniques to try to improve your symptoms.

Very likely we will need to request a medical report and a letter from your specialist stating that you are candidate for any type of functional surgery. We do not decide if you are candidate for surgical treatment but we can suggest what kind of procedure is suitable for you. Please send us an email if you would like to know about different neurosurgical procedures that we perform.

Some surgical procedures carry a high surgical risk (either by the type of disease or due to the patient’s conditions). In these cases is difficult to provide a quote.

Hospital fees (operating room, ICU, medications, lab tests,), medical fees (surgeons, anesthesiologist, nurse assistants) and airport-hotel transportation. (Due to the variability in costs, flights and hotels are not included.)

You need to send us an email informing us of what kind of surgery you need. In some conditions the indication for surgery is pretty obvious, but sometimes we will need a report from your treating specialist saying that you are candidate to any given procedure (this step is specially for surgery of movement disorders, surgery for psychiatric conditions and surgery for pain).

Our doctors will then discuss your case. You will receive a response informing you if we consider that you suitable to have surgery with us. If we decide you qualify to have a procedure performed, you will receive a quote.