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Neurosurgery | Neurology

Treating nervous system disorders

The treatment of neurological problems and disorders begins with the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the nervous system, including the brain, the spinal cord and the nerves. One key difference between Neurology & Neurosurgery is that neurologists do not perform surgery. They treat conditions such as migraine, dementia and neuropathy with therapies and medications and treat many other conditions in adults and children.

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Neurological care

Nerve and nervous system disorders can include stroke, infection, headaches, seizures, dementia, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, brain tumors and more.


If the nervous system disorder requires surgery, a trained neurosurgeon would be the person to diagnose and/or treat a condition.

Neurological rehabilitation

A person experiencing a nervous system disorder, disease or injury, will undergo a treatment program focusing on their condition.

Pediatric Multi-Specialty Clinic

Pediatric neurologists treat brain and nervous system disorders; Pediatric neurosurgeons treat tumors, brain and spine trauma, head-shape abnormalities in babies.

Pain Management

We’re experienced in treating conditions ranging from back pain, headaches and myofascial pain syndrome (muscle pain) to nerve injuries, severe arthritis and unexplained abdominal/pelvic pain. We also treat pain related to a variety of diseases.

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Getting started

Whether it is a traumatic brain injury incurred in an accident or a head injury from a fall, patients should start with their primary care provider to evaluate symptoms and conditions. From there, providers guide you toward the next step of meeting with either a neurologist or a neurosurgeon.

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Our team of experts

Our team of experts includes neurologists, neurosurgeons, rehabilitative therapists, specially trained nurses and other specialists. These trained providers work together to create a care plan that’s appropriate for each patient with the goal of achieving the best possible outcome.