Neuroradiology and Interventional Neuroradiologists

Focusing on discovering abnormalities and diseases that affect the brain, spine, head, & neck, a Neuroradiologist has a big responsibility. We know choosing a physician you can trust with your most important assets can be a life saving decision,  and we have a team you can put your trust in.  Not only are our physicians Board-Certified, with specialized training in the field of Neuroradiology,  they also care  about you.   They  are committed to providing the best in individualized,  innovative, health care to all their patients and want nothing more than to see you living your best life.

What We Can Diagnose:

  • Infections
  • Tumors
  • Spinal Stenosis
  • Aneurysms
  • Hemorrhages
  • Strokes
Brain MRI Neuroradiology

Treatment Options With an Interventional Radiologist

An Interventional Neuroradiologist goes a step beyond diagnosing.  They also perform minimally invasive procedures using a live X-ray feed.  This allows them to clearly see the specific location being treated.  They then are able to use needles, wires and catheters, through a pin sized hole in the skin to treat the condition.  See our Interventional Radiology page for more information.

Years of Education Make Them The Most Qualified Radiologist

An Interventional Neuroradiologists is one of the most qualified medical professionals to treat conditions related to the head, brain neck and spine. This is because of the extensive amount ofmtraining required. They need a Bachelor’s degree (4 years), typically in a science related field, such as Biology or Chemistry. Then a Medical Degree, (4 years),  an internship (1 year), a Radiology Residency (4 years), a Fellowship in Neuroradiology (1 yr), and a Fwellowship in Interventional Radiology. That works out to be as many as 15 years of learning in order to help patients in need.

Procedures Offered

Follow the link to learn more about the types of procedures a Neuroradiologist uses to treat patients

Epidural Steroid Injection

Meet Our Neuroradiologists

Robert J. Foust MD.

  • Sub Specialty
    •  Neuroradiology / Interventional Radiology
  • Medical School
    •   University of South Dakota  1976-1980
  • Residency and Internship Programs
    • University of Chicago Internship 1980-1981
    • University of Chicago Radiology Residency 1981-1984
  • Neuroradiology Fellowship
    • Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke’s Medical Center 1984-1985
  • Certificate of Added Qualification (CAQ) in Neuroradiology
    • 1996 – Present
  • Senior Member of the Society of Interventional Radiology

Joseph W. Poe MD.

  • Sub Specialty
    • Neuroradiology
  • Medical School
    • Marshall University School of Medicine  1992-1996
  • Residency and Internship Programs
    • Mayo Clinic- Radiology Internship  1996-2000
  • Neuroradiology Fellowship
    • Mayo Clinic 2000-2001
  • Senior Member of the Society of Interventional Radiology

What Our Patients Have to Say…

I saw Dr Kiarash Jahed.  He explains well and listens to you. My pain was gone after PRP. So nice and cares about you and helping resolve your issues. Totally honest and does not pressure you to get procedure and allows you to make choices that fit your schedule and situation.

Diana- July 17,2019

I would just like to say that I had a liver biopsy done and Phillip was very nice. I have a family history with liver issues. I was scared and he was so kind. I have MS and he was just talking with me about MS and I was able to calm down. Made a scary time more relaxed. Thank you Phillip.

Annette-November , 2019

Everyone was wonderful and made me feel very comfortable. The staff is very personable and helpful while tending to your procedure.

Patient- 02/04/2020

Winchester Radiologists IR Clinic Hours:  Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 4:00 pm