When you or someone you care for has a neurological issue, we can treat it.
From common symptoms like back pain or headaches to more unusual ailments that may be puzzling or come on suddenly, our expert team is here for you. We treat a broad range of disorders that affect the central and peripheral nervous system to alleviate symptoms or help you cope with a chronic condition.
Spine and Peripheral Nerve Disorders
Millions of Americans suffer from neck or back pain, or conditions that affect the peripheral nerves outside your brain and spinal cord. It may be debilitating or cause mild discomfort, but it’s important to be seen by a specialist to find relief and prevent worsening.
- Degenerative disc disease (cervical and lumbar)
- Spinal stenosis
- Herniated disc (cervical and lumbar)
- Spinal cancer and spinal tumor
- Trauma to spine
- Compression and osteoporosis fractures
- Carpal and ulnar nerve entrapment
The term cerebrovascular refers to blood flow to the brain. This group of conditions involves abnormalities of the blood vessels of the head and neck that disrupt their function in supplying the brain the oxygen and nutrients it needs.
- Stroke and TIA (“mini-stroke”)
- Brain aneurysm
- Hemorrhage (intracranial and subarachnoid)
- Epidural hematoma
- Neuroinfections, including Moyamoya disease
- Carotid artery or basilar artery stenosis
With over one billion nerves and trillions of connections, the brain serves as a command center in your body. This is why a brain or cranial condition requires immediate and careful attention.
- Brain cancer and metastases
- Cranial “skull base” tumor
- Traumatic brain injury
- Head injury and concussion
- Headache and migraine
- Epilepsy and other seizure disorders
- Alzheimer’s and other dementias
- Trigeminal neuralgia