Brain Aneurysm Support Community

What doctors have you liked (positive reviews only, please)

#1

Please leave a comment if you would like to let others know about a good doctor you found.

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#2

The best Neurorologist in Germany is definitely Dr. Rene Chapot, the head of the Krupp Clinic in Essen. He is of the original French pioneer team from France who has specialized in non-invasive coiling and stent technology.

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#3

The surgeon and Kings College London was good hospital as they saved my life, I must say the aftercare wasn't as good as some as I had the following :~

Ventriculitus and then Sepsis. So I count myself lucky to be here.

I should also say a good family helps xx

Good luck All

Bess x


Ole Rom said:

The best Neurorologist in Germany is definitely Dr. Rene Chapot, the head of the Krupp Clinic in Essen. He is of the original French pioneer team from France who has specialized in non-invasive coiling and stent technology.

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#4

Prof Peter Vajkozcy in Berlin Charite is the best aneurysm surgeon in Germany. He can also perform brain bypass surgeries successfully.

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#5

I respect and admire Dr. Stacey Quintero-Wolfe at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center in Winston-Salem, NC. Fate, The Universe, God, Someone, was looking out for me when they paired us together. She ended up saving my life and kept my brain functioning. (Don’t tell her, I always say my dog, Trouble saved my life). She’s a really bright cookie, engaging, and speaks in language that anyone can understand. She answers questions even if you’ve asked them dozens of times. She has a great sense of humor which is important to me. She has built a great working knowledgeable staff around her. They don’t get frustrated or upset with questions or me having difficulty finding the correct words. I always feel like they listen and addressed my concerns. I highly recommend her, her staff and the great care I receive from all the departments at WFBMC.

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#6

If anyone is looking for neuroradiologists well-known and active in the field in Western Europe, you can find a list here:

https://www.esmint.eu/about/people

I’ve met with 3 of them for their opinion on my aneurysms.

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#7

Dr L. Fernando Gonzalez at Duke in Durham, NC is amazing and a gift from God! He also has an office in Raleigh but performs his surgery out of the main Duke in Durham.

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#8

I liked the doctors at New York Presbyterian Queens Hospital in NYC, Dr. Nieto was great. Very busy man but very brilliant and has a calming disposition.

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#9

hello. so i followed @ole_rom 's advice and went to see Dr. Chapot in Essen, Germany and he was and is phantastic!! what a competent, professional and talented doctor and on top of it he is very very symphatetic and nice, charming and makes you feel understood and taken care of. he is very nice and patient and eventhough he is crazy busy he takes time for you and explains everything. i trusted him completely and im forever so very thankful to him. And to @Ole_rom for helping me finding him and helping me getting my surgery as fast as it did!!! THANK YOU!

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#10

Hi, I’m Ole,
Giant brain aneurysm 2013, and I’m just so happy that I found Dr. Chapot in Germany. Coiling has developed a lot since then, but a René Chapot in Germany has been a pioneer and is today considered the leading expert in the art of coiling, the only true non-invasive way to cure an aneurysm. His method, which involves a balloon treatment in order to stop the blood flowing from the brain, is essential for success in the operation.
I can only recommend Dr. Chapot in Essen, Gernany, in the highest possible terms, for his success in coiling his patients. And a lovely person to boot.
A revolution in treating aneurysms!
Chapeau, Dr. Chapot!

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