Neurovascular & Stroke Institute offers world-class surgeons and facilities to treat complex vascular disorders of the brain and spine.


Evaluating the risk for stroke is based on heredity, natural processes, and lifestyle.


Face ... Facial droop, uneven smile?
Arms ... Arm numbness, weakness?
Speech ... Slurred speech, difficulty talking?
Time ... Call 911

Neurovascular & Stroke Institute

Neurovascular & Stroke Institute
  • 6101 Pine Ridge RoadNaplesFL34119
    6101 Pine Ridge Road
    Naples, FL 34119
  • (239) 348-4323
    (239) 348-4323
  • (239) 348-4585
    (239) 348-4585

Why Neurovascular & Stroke Institute?

The Neurovascular & Stroke Institute offers world-class cerebrovascular and endovascular surgery to patients seeking the latest in diagnosis and disease treatment for complex vascular disorders of the brain and spine.

  • Qualified, Advanced, World-class Surgeons and Treatment
  • Personalized Care from Dedicated Endovascular Specialtists
  • Quick Response. Caring Manner.

Positively Life Saving Stroke Institute.

The Neurovascular and Stroke Institute is affiliated with the Physicians Regional Health Care System whose award-winning facility and staff lead the way in healthcare with positively innovative, great doctors and great nurses for positively life-changing results.

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We're Here to Help

Neurovascular & Stroke Institute has the finest surgeons who are experts in their field.

  • Eric Eskioglu, M.D. - Cerebrovascular/Endovascular Neurosurgery
  • Brian Mason, M.D. - NeuroEndovascular Radiology
Meet Dr. Eskioglu & Dr. Mason »

Seconds Count

Seconds count when dealing with possible strokes and other vascular diseases. If you experience any of the following symptoms, you should take immediate action and dial 911:

  • Sudden, severe headache with no known cause or warning. Often described by survivors as "the worst headache of my life," and often accompanied by nausea and vomiting.
  • Sudden numbness or weakness of the face, arm, or leg, especially if it occurs on just one side of the body. Trouble balancing, standing or walking.
  • Sudden confusion, trouble speaking or understanding. Blurred or double vision, sensitivity to light.
See Stroke Risks and Prevention »