About | Jorge Yañez, MD. Neurologist
Dr. Jorge Yáñez graduated from Anahuac University as a Surgeon and Obstetrician. Afterward, he completed his specialty studies in Neurosurgery and Neurological Endovascular Therapy at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). He is certified by the Mexican Council of Neurology. Dr. Yáñez has more than a decade of experience, and he is known for providing a compassionate and excellent service.
Along with his multidisciplinary medical team, some of the diseases that Dr. Jorge Yáñez frequently treats are:
- Hemorrhage or cerebral strokes
- Brain aneurysms
- Spinal cord compression
- Cerebrovascular diseases
- Severe headaches
- Spinal cord injuries
- Brain tumors
It should be noted that Dr. Yáñez is in charge of coordinating the Cerebral Stroke program at Hospitals CMQ: City Center, Premiere, and Riviera Nayarit. This program, proposed by Dr. Yáñez, aims to carry out an extensive action protocol that ranges from providing diagnostic information on cerebral strokes, enabling transportation routes for patients suffering from this condition, and having the necessary equipment and medical instruments to treat this disease.
Schedule your appointment with Dr. Jorge Yáñez today! Dr. Yáñez sees patients of all ages at the CMQ Riviera Nayarit Hospital Medical Tower. His office hours range from Monday to Friday. Please call 329 298 0717 ext. 3 to make an appointment.
Locations | Jorge Yañez, MD. Neurologist
CT Scan Studies, Urgent care center open 24/7, and Walk-in clinic.
Most common procedures | Jorge Yañez, MD. Neurologist
A stroke (cerebral embolism) is the interruption of blood flow in an artery. It is considered the third cause of death in Mexico, with 160,000 annual deaths. It is the second cause of death worldwide, with more than four million deaths.
A brain aneurysm forms within the walls of an artery in the brain. In most cases, this condition is detected after a rupture. By then, it becomes a medical emergency. However, brain aneurysms can be detected.
Hydrocephalus is an accumulation of fluids within the cavities of the brain. This excess fluid increases the size of the brain. It is one of the most common childhood brain disorders. It is believed that approximately one in every thousand babies is born with hydrocephalus.
Professional and Specialty Studies | Jorge Yañez, MD. Neurologist
Surgeon: Anahuac University, 2010
Neurosurgery, UNAM, 2016
Neurological Endovascular Therapy, UNAM, 2018