Epilepsy, Parkinson’s disease, dementia, autism, paralytic stroke, and neuromuscular disorders are among the common neurological diseases affecting over five hundred thousand patients in the United States annually.
The biggest challenge with tackling neurological conditions is the variations in their symptoms. Treatment accuracy depends solely on the tactful diagnosis of the problem and a highly personalized care plan for patients. At St Michael’s Medical center, we are a team of board-certified neurologists equipped with vital tools of the trade such as EEG, MRI, and PET scan machines and diverse experience in Neuropsychological evaluations.
If your loved one is suffering from a neurological condition, there is a silver lining, and it comes in the form of treatments encompassing neurology surgery and systematic rehabilitation.
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Our Services at a Glance
Aneurysm: Brain aneurysms can lead to paralytic strokes and are life-threatening conditions. Bulged or ruptured blood vessels are the cause of aneurysms, and they have devastating consequences. Our neurologists adopt a rehabilitative treatment regimen that minimizes the long-term effects of aneurysms, delivering lifesaving interventions for patients in the process.
Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia: Dementia causes memory loss and the regression of social skills in patients. Alzheimer’s disease is a type of dementia that primarily affects senior citizens (age 60+). Dealing with dementia is a harrowing experience for the patient and their family. However, through effective counseling and medication, our team of neurologists can help slow down the progression of dementia.
Epilepsy: At St Michael’s medical center, our neurologists have made significant progress in detecting and managing epilepsy, a condition that causes seizures. Our neuropathologists and neurosurgeons help mitigate the effects of epilepsy in patients through effective medication and surgical procedures.
Movement Disorder: There are many neurological conditions ranging from Tourette’s syndrome and Tardive Dyskinesia that inhabits the affected patient’s bodily movements. Our board-certified neurologists create customized treatment plans based on a patient’s individual needs to help them cope with the ailments of movement disorder.