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Neurology

The most advanced care in the state for your most critical neurological needs

You may need to see a neurologist if you have a problem with your brain or spine such as a seizure, a stroke, brain or spine tumor or head trauma.

At IU Health, we integrate unmatched expertise with the latest medical technologies to deliver life-saving treatments for everything from acute brain trauma to chronic neurological conditions. 

Our Approach to Neurological CareSlice

We tailor your care around your needs, not your disease state. This means our focus is on finding the best treatment and path to recovery for you. Our neurological care is never one-size-fits-all.

We treat all neurological disorders, including stroke, Alzheimer’s disease, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, neuromuscular disorders, and infectious diseases. The IU Health neurologists are also part of our neuro-oncology team to find the best treatment for cancers of the brain and spine. 

Support Groups

Often, neurological conditions such as stoke or Parkinson’s and Huntington’s diseases are chronic. You and your caregivers may benefit from access to a community of support, including practical information and others who share similar experiences. 

We offer the following support groups:

  • Aneurysm
  • Huntington’s disease
  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • Stroke

Our Approach to Neurological Care

We tailor your care around your needs, not your disease state. This means our focus is on finding the best treatment and path to recovery for you. Our neurological care is never one-size-fits-all.

We treat all neurological disorders, including stroke, Alzheimer’s disease, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, neuromuscular disorders, and infectious diseases. The IU Health neurologists are also part of our neuro-oncology team to find the best treatment for cancers of the brain and spine. 

Support Groups

Often, neurological conditions such as stoke or Parkinson’s and Huntington’s diseases are chronic. You and your caregivers may benefit from access to a community of support, including practical information and others who share similar experiences. 

We offer the following support groups:

  • Aneurysm
  • Huntington’s disease
  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • Stroke

Why IU Health for Neurology CareSlice

We offer the latest and most sophisticated treatment options through our longstanding partnership with the IU School of Medicine – Indiana’s premier teaching hospital and academic medical center.

IU Health Neuroscience Center

The IU Health Neuroscience Center is a partnership between IU Health and Indiana University School of Medicine to bring you the best in neurological care. We’ve combined the best doctors, most advanced treatments and latest research breakthroughs at one convenient location. Because of this, you get access to our comprehensive neurological services and an integrated approach to your care, from consultation, imaging, and rehabilitation to groundbreaking research and clinical trials.

Comprehensive Stroke Center

IU Health is home to Indiana’s only certified Comprehensive Stroke Center, the highest designation for stroke care given by The Joint Commission. Fewer than 100 hospitals in the country have earned this distinction, representing the top 2 percent of hospitals nationwide in stroke care. Our team is highly trained and experienced in stroke care. With 24/7 on-site access to specialists in neurology, neurosurgery, interventional neuroradiology and intensive care, advanced treatment is provided quickly for any type of stroke episode, including hemorrhagic strokes caused by aneurysms or arteriovenous malformation (AVM).

In addition, IU Health has created Indiana’s largest network of stroke treatment facilities. This system of 18 hospitals is ready to assess, treat and manage the effects of stroke across the state. Our system includes the Comprehensive Stroke Center, three Primary Stroke Centers and 12 IU Health Stroke Telemedicine hospitals.

Only Nationally Recognized Neuroscience Program in Indiana

IU Health Neurology and Neurosurgery is ranked on U.S. News & World Report’s 2017 – 18 Best Hospitals and is the only nationally ranked neuroscience program in Indiana.

Educating the Next Generation of Neurologists

Through the Indiana University School of Medicine, physicians practicing in the IU Health Neuroscience Center are also educating the next generation of specialists. The department of Neurology at Indiana University School of Medicine offers residencies and fellowships to train doctors in diagnosis and treatment of a wide variety of neurological injuries and disorders.

Why IU Health for Neurology Care

We offer the latest and most sophisticated treatment options through our longstanding partnership with the IU School of Medicine – Indiana’s premier teaching hospital and academic medical center.

IU Health Neuroscience Center

The IU Health Neuroscience Center is a partnership between IU Health and Indiana University School of Medicine to bring you the best in neurological care. We’ve combined the best doctors, most advanced treatments and latest research breakthroughs at one convenient location. Because of this, you get access to our comprehensive neurological services and an integrated approach to your care, from consultation, imaging, and rehabilitation to groundbreaking research and clinical trials.

Comprehensive Stroke Center

IU Health is home to Indiana’s only certified Comprehensive Stroke Center, the highest designation for stroke care given by The Joint Commission. Fewer than 100 hospitals in the country have earned this distinction, representing the top 2 percent of hospitals nationwide in stroke care. Our team is highly trained and experienced in stroke care. With 24/7 on-site access to specialists in neurology, neurosurgery, interventional neuroradiology and intensive care, advanced treatment is provided quickly for any type of stroke episode, including hemorrhagic strokes caused by aneurysms or arteriovenous malformation (AVM).

In addition, IU Health has created Indiana’s largest network of stroke treatment facilities. This system of 18 hospitals is ready to assess, treat and manage the effects of stroke across the state. Our system includes the Comprehensive Stroke Center, three Primary Stroke Centers and 12 IU Health Stroke Telemedicine hospitals.

Only Nationally Recognized Neuroscience Program in Indiana

IU Health Neurology and Neurosurgery is ranked on U.S. News & World Report’s 2017 – 18 Best Hospitals and is the only nationally ranked neuroscience program in Indiana.

Educating the Next Generation of Neurologists

Through the Indiana University School of Medicine, physicians practicing in the IU Health Neuroscience Center are also educating the next generation of specialists. The department of Neurology at Indiana University School of Medicine offers residencies and fellowships to train doctors in diagnosis and treatment of a wide variety of neurological injuries and disorders.

Related Services and Conditions for NeurologySlice

Related Services and Conditions for Neurology

Patient Stories for NeurologySlice

Patient Stories for Neurology

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