Dr. Spinos moved to Richmond, VA, in 1984, when he joined Radiology Associates of Richmond. He now lives in Midlothian with his wife Dominique and three children Selina, Jason, and Alexander as well as adopted son Alec.
Dr. Spinos pioneered interventional radiology in the city of Richmond and has remained prominent in this field having been chosen a Richmond “top doctor” in interventional radiology by his peers, in 2000, 2004, 2006, 2010, 2012 and 2013, as well as a Richmond “Top Doctor for Women” in 2009. He has been Chief of Radiology at CJW Medical Center for many years. He specializes in neurovascular and peripheral vascular interventions with a special focus on embolization procedures. He is one of only a few Neurointerventional radiologists practicing in the state of Virginia. Dr. Spinos has written several scientific papers, has given numerous scientific and community lectures and is a reviewer for the Journal of Vascular and Interventional Radiology.
Special Professional Interests
Brain aneurysm repair (coiling)
Brain tumor embolization
Acute stroke salvage (intracranial thrombolysis)
Intracranial stenting (wingspan stent)
Uterine artery embolization
Spine fracture repair (kyphoplasty/vertebroplasty)
Chemoembolization and radiofrequency ablation for liver tumors
College: University of Central Florida
Degrees: Bachelor of Science, Microbiology
Master of Science, Immunology
Medical School: University of South Florida, College of Medicine
Degree: Medical Doctor
Residency: Radiology, Bowman Gray School of Medicine
Fellowship: Neuroradiology, Bowman Gray School of Medicine
American Board of Radiology: Diagnostic Radiology & Vascular and Interventional Radiology, 1984
American Board of Radiology: Vascular and Interventional Radiology, 1996, 2006
American College of Radiology
American Society of Neuroradiology
American Society of Interventional and Therapeutic Neuroradiology
Society of Interventional Radiology
CJW Medical Center (Chippenham and Johnston-Willis)
Henrico Doctor’s Hospitals
CJW Medical Center: Johnston-Willis Campus
On-Campus Office: 804-330-2398
Vascular and Interventional Radiology
Tarnuzzer RP, Walsh AF, Spinos E, Klotz SB, Sweeney MJ: Correlation of coronary heart disease with increased milk antibody titers. Florida Scientist 1975; 38(1):24. Presented at the 39th annual meeting of the Florida Academy of Sciences, Lakeland, Florida, March 20-22, 1975.
Burguignon RL, Walsh AF, Flynn JC, Baro C, Spinos E: Fusarium species osteomyelitis. The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, 1976; 58A (5): 722-723.
Spinos E, Sweeney MJ, Klotz SD: Antibodies to milk antigens in human coronary heart disease. Clinical Research 1978; 26(3): 386A.
Spinos E: Antibodies to milk antigens in human coronary heart disease. Masters’ Thesis. University of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida 1977.
Spinos E, Laster DW, Moody DM, Ball MR, Kelly DL: MR Evaluation of Chiary I malformations at 0.15 T. AJNR 6:203-208, March/April 1985.
Spinos E, Laster DW, Moody DM, Ball MR, Kelly DL: MR Evaluation of Chiary I malformations at 0.15 T. AJR 144: 1143-1148, June 1985.
Spinos E, Williams CD, Formanek AG: Unusual pulmonary lesion of vascular origin: A noninvasive diagnostic approach. Southern Medical Journal 79(3):370-371, March 1986.
Tisnado J, Wilkinson D, Nathan S, Moses I, Spinos E: Placement of metallic stents in the tracheobronchial tree: Preliminary experience. Exhibit at the 96th American Roentgen Ray Society, May 5-10 1996.
Blancet, NP, Spinos E, “Angiographic Tram Flap Delay” Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Correspondence, Vol. 107(1):293, Jan 2001.
Abstracts and Presentations
“CT Diagnosis of Orbital and Periorbital Inflammatory Conditions”. 1984 Annual Meeting of the Johnston-Willis Medical Society. October 5, 1984
“Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Indications and Contraindications”. Metropolitan Hospital Medical Staff Conference. October 1987.
“MRI for the Common Man”. Combined Chippenham/ Johnston-Willis Medical Staff Conference. August 10, 1988.
“The Practice of Interventional Radiology in the Community Hospital with Emphasis on Current Trends”. The Virginia Society of Radiologic Technologists: 42nd Annual Meeting. May 9-12, 1990.
“Genitourinary and Gastrointestinal Intervention”. “Embolizations: A Workshop” Sponsored by the Virginia Licensed Practical Nurse Association in cooperation with MCV Hospitals. May 10, 1991.
“Metallic Stents: Endoluminal Innovation”. 1993 Annual Meeting of the Johnston-Willis Medical Society. October 1, 1993.
“Endovascular Embolization: The Treatment of Life-Threatening Hemorrhage, Vascular Tumors, and Arteriovenous Malformations with Embolotherapy”. Chippenham Medical Center and the Johnston-Willis Medical Society Annual Meeting, October 13, 1995.
“Interventional Neuroradiology”. The First Annual Neuroscience Symposium. Presented by Columbia Johnston-Willis Hospital, May 30, 1997.
“Imaging in the New Millennium” Chippenham Medical Center/Johnston-Willis Hospital Medical Staff Meeting, June 10,1998.
“Access for Dialysis” Virginia Heart Institute Luncheon Lecture, September 17.1999
“Vertebroplasty: Non-surgical Treatment for Complications of Osteoporosis”. The Fourth Annual Neuroscience Symposium. Chippenham/Johnston-Willis Medical Centers and Office of CME of the University of Virginia School of Medicine, May 12, 2000
“Minimally Invasive Interventions: A Sample of Options” The First Annual Vascular Center Symposium. CJW Medical Center and Office of CME of the University of Virginia School of Medicine, February 21, 2003
“Endovascular Intervention in Acute Stroke” BrainMatters 8th Annual Neuroscience Symposium. . CJW Medical Center and Office of CME of the University of Virginia School of Medicine, May 7, 2004
“Logical Approach in the Management of Renovascular Disease” The Second Annual Vascular Center Symposium. CJW Medical Center and Office of CME of the University of Virginia School of Medicine, November 5, 2004
“Intracranial Aneurysms: Overview of Options with Emphasis on Endovascular Treatment” CVA and Beyond: The Second Annual Neuroscience Nursing Workshop. CJW Medical Center and Virginia Nurses Association CE Approval Committee. January 12, 2005
“NeuroIntervention: Today and Tomorrow” AVIR Symposium for Vascular Technologists and Nurses 2005, CE Credits from the ASRT. October 29, 2005
“Stroke in the 21st Century: Interventional Techniques and Stroke” 10th Annual Neuroscience Symposium: CJW Neurosciences: 10 Years Later. CJW Medical Center and Office of CME of the University of Virginia School of Medicine, April 28, 2006
“Carotid Intervention Update” AVIR Symposium for Vascular Technologists and Nurses 2007, Gray Wolf Lodge, Williamsburg, CE Credits from the ASRT, October 6, 2007