Neurology Services at Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center
Recognized as a neuro-spine Center of Excellence
What is Neurology and Why is it Important?
Neurology is the branch of medicine and biology that’s concerned with the anatomy, functions, and disorders of nerves and the nervous system. This includes the brain, spinal cord, and the rest of your body’s intricate, important nervous system.
Neurological conditions can affect the way you walk, talk, comprehend, and function. Neurologists are medical professionals who specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of conditions and diseases of the brain, spinal cord, and nervous system
At Fort Sanders Medical Center, our team of highly skilled neurologists treat a range of issues and conditions impacting the brain and central nervous system, including—
- Alzheimer’s disease
- Parkinson’s disease
- Multiple Sclerosis
Our neurologists are also qualified to help you with related issues, including: back and neck pain, dizziness and vertigo, pain management, and sleep disorders.
Our neurologists hold sub-specialties in the treatment of migraines, epilepsy, and other seizure disorders and neuromuscular issues.
In addition, our team of expert neurologists work closely with skilled professionals from the Patricia Neal Rehabilitation Hospital. This way, we’re able to maximize patients’ recovery from stroke and traumatic brain and spinal cord injuries.
Our neurology team works closely with our neurodiagnostics department to arrange specialized testing to help expertly diagnose a range of different neurological disorders.
Whether a patient needs medical intervention, surgical intervention, or neuroradiological intervention, you’ll receive the customized neurological care you seek at Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center.
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