Time is of the essence if you are having concerns with memory, headaches, chronic pain, dizziness or movement. Quickly identifying the issue is the best way to improve your neurological health and keep you on a path to wellness. At Northside Hospital, our neurology services bring our teams together for accurate, rapid response to conditions impacting the brain, spinal cord and nervous system.
If you are having any neurological issues, our team can help identify the problem – and provide the most appropriate care. Identifying the cause of concern, improving your neurological health and keeping you well are our top priorities. Our experienced neurologists and neurosurgeons work hand-in-hand with other Northside specialists to accurately diagnose and treat life-changing conditions such as chronic pain, stroke, multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, Alzheimer's disease and Parkinson's disease.
Depending on your needs, our neurologists and neurosurgeons work together with experts in pain medicine, vascular medicine, radiology, orthopedics, cancer care and other areas to build a trusted team focused on you. We offer non-surgical therapies for treatment and disease management as well as surgical options ranging from routine to the most challenging.
Northside’s neurology experts are on the front lines when it comes to stroke prevention, diagnosis, treatment and management. In fact, the Northside Hospital Stroke Center is an Advanced Primary Stroke Care Center of Excellence.
At Northside, we provide comprehensive stroke care, including:
Chronic pain can stem from back injuries, migraines, cancer, arthritis or a whole host of other conditions. Together with other specialists, Northside neurologists help accurately diagnose the cause of your pain and provide innovative treatments, including interventional pain services.
Our comprehensive Northside Hospital Research Program is dedicated to research and discovery across clinical service lines, providing data-driven research to improve clinical decisions. Especially for neurological conditions such as Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s disease, our team continues to identify opportunities for improved treatments to manage and live better with these degenerative diseases.