Outpatient Treatment Services and Goals Outpatient Services Assessment and prevention strategies for individuals who are at increased risk for stroke Therapies for patients who have experienced a stroke Stroke Risk Assessment and Prevention The goals of this program are to: Conduct screening and diagnostic testing Detect pre-stroke conditions Recommend preventive therapies such as: Lifestyle modification Preventive medications such as anti-platelet drugs and anticoagulants Surgery to open up an artery that's moderately to severely narrowed by plaques or procedures such as aneurysm clipping and arteriovenous malformation (AVM) removal for people who are at high risk of spontaneous aneurysm or AVM rupture Post-Stroke Care Not every stroke patient faces life-changing disabilities. However, people who have had a stroke are at greater risk to have another one. In addition, people who have had a TIA are much more likely to have a stroke as are those who haven't had a TIA. Outpatient treatment for these patients focuses on prevention of stroke recurrence. For patients who have experienced more severe impairments, we offer a host of services to provide them with a comprehensive approach to care that includes: Prevention strategies to minimize the risk of stroke recurrence Ongoing evaluation of function Rehabilitation recommendations Medical management Surgical referrals Referrals to psychological and social services We closely collaborate with each patient's primary care provider to optimize treatment.