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Stroke Treatment at Johns Hopkins

Specific treatment for stroke will be determined by your physician based on:

  • Your age, overall health, and medical history
  • Severity of the stroke
  • Location of the stroke
  • Cause of the stroke
  • Your tolerance for specific medications, procedures, or therapies
  • Type of stroke
  • Your opinion or preference

Although there is no cure for stroke, advanced medical and surgical treatments are now available, giving many stroke victims hope for optimal recovery.

For more information, contact The Johns Hopkins Hospital Stroke Center at 410-955-2228.
If you have questions about the Stroke Prevention And Recovery Center, please call us at 443-287-8514.


New Hope for Stroke Recovery

Successful physical rehab is essential for those lucky enough to survive a stroke. Steven Zeiler, M.D., Ph.D. and his team are exploring new ways to retrain the brain and help stroke patients regain their independence. Read more.

Stroke Risk & Prevention

Dr. Victor Urrutia shares new research on stroke risk here

The Stroke Prevention Clinic: Extending care past the Stroke Center

Johns Hopkins Stroke Experts in the News

Johns Hopkins Becomes First Hospital in Maryland to Earn 'Comprehensive Stroke Center' Designation

Active Treatment with Clot-Busting Drug Yields Better Results after Stroke than Supportive Therapy

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