A neurological disorder can significantly impair a patient’s quality of life. This is why it’s critical to seek treatment immediately.
Some neurological disorders develop gradually, as we age. Others occur suddenly, as with a serious injury. They can cause pain, memory loss and movement difficulties in adults, as well as developmental delays in children.
The Neurology department provides diagnosis, evaluation, treatment, and extended management of both suspected and confirmed neurologic disorders. The Neurology team has special interest in headaches and neuromuscular disorders.
Additionally, our Neurology Lab offers an extensive set of outpatient tests such as electroencephalograms (EEGs) and electromyography (EMGs).
Neurologists at Stormont Vail are also part of an integrated care network. If you need surgery, your neurologist will work closely with your neurosurgeon to develop a personalized surgical plan. Stroke patients are cared for by a team consisting of cardiologists and our stroke care-certified neurologist.
When you are diagnosed with a chronic neurological disease, we understand that you and your family might have a number of questions. Our registered nurses have extensive knowledge in neurology and can provide guidance on your medications, self-care and other topics.
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