Ryan Gianatasio, MD

Board Certified Neuroendovascular & Vascular Neurology

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Education

  • Endovascular Surgical Neuroradiology Fellowship: Texas Stroke Institute, Plano, TX
  • Vascular Neurology Fellowship: Albany Medical Center, Albany, NY
  • Neurology Residency: Albany Medical Center, Albany, NY
  • Internal Medicine Internship: Albany Medical Center, Albany, NY
  • Medical School: St. Georges University School of Medicine, Grenada, WI

About the Provider

Ryan Gianatasio, MD, is the Medical Director of the Neuroscience Program at Piedmont Medical Center. He recently joined Piedmont Medical Center to lead a skilled team of specialists to provide high quality Stroke and Neurological care for patients in York county and surrounding areas. A vascular neurology and neuroendovascular surgery specialist, Dr. Gianatasio is double board-certified by the American Board of Neurology as well as CAST certified by Society of Neurological Surgeons. He completed his Medical School at St. Georges University and Neurology Residency as well as a Vascular Neurology Fellowship at Albany Medical Center in Albany, NY. He then moved to Dallas, TX to complete a second fellowship in Neuroendovascular Surgery at The Texas Stroke Institute. After completion of an Endovascular Surgical Neuroradiology fellowship, Dr. Gianatasio joined the group at Texas Stroke Institute as an attending physician. He continued his mission to elevate care as a Stroke Medical Director of a Comprehensive Stroke Center at Texas Stroke Institute. His personal philosophy of care incorporates that each patient is unique and he is dedicated to providing compassionate, patient-centered care using evidence-based guidelines and state-of-the-art Neurointerventional technologies and tools to optimize clinical outcomes. When he is not practicing medicine, he enjoys spending time outdoors with his wife, three children and two German Pointers.

Special Interests

  • Endovascular Treatment of Brain aneurysms
  • Spine vascular malformations
  • Acute Stroke
  • Intracranial Atherosclerosis
  • Carotid Artery Stenosis