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If you or a loved one is dealing with disorders like Alzheimer's or dementia, it's important to take an active role in creating a comprehensive care plan. Our team of neurology experts work together with each other and with you to make sure you fully understand and take an active part in treatment. We offer the medical expertise you need as well as support for the caregivers.
Conditions We Treat
The most common form of dementia, Alzheimer’s disease is a one that progressively worsens and effects a person neurologically in their ability to think, recall memory and perform day-to-day tasks.
A brain aneurysm takes the form of an outward bulge in the brain caused by a weakened blood vessel. These weakened blood vessels are usually located at the base of the brain where vessels split.
Dementia is a grouping of diseases and conditions that cause a decline in memory, language, problem-solving, and other thinking and social skills.
Epilepsy is a neurological condition in which the affected person experiences repeated seizures.
Multiple sclerosis, or MS, is a condition that affects the brain and spinal cord. It occurs when the myelin, a protective sheath around nerve fibers, is attacked by the body’s immune system. Nerves may deteriorate as the disease progresses.
Parkinson’s disease is a progressive disorder of the nervous system that affects the body’s ability to move. With this disease, tremors, slowing of movement or stiffness will be present.
A vestibular migraine is a debilitating headache that is characterized by such intense pain that it can cause trouble keeping balance or feelings of dizziness.