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Neurologists at ChristianaCare’s outpatient neurology practice will partner with you to create a treatment plan that to help you live with your neurological condition and improve your life.
Our neurologists are trained to help you deal effectively with existing symptoms, identify new symptoms, properly treat them and consistently monitor your health to ensure you enjoy the best quality of life possible.
Why Choose ChristianaCare?
ChristianaCare’s outpatient neurology practice can offer assistance with a range of neurological conditions, including:
After having a mild or severe stroke, our neurologists help patients develop habits and strategies to help prevent additional strokes, regain prestroke functioning and improve quality of life.
Headaches and Migraines
Neurologists at ChristianaCare have the expertise to help identify potential triggers and find the right treatment approach for your chronic headaches and migraines.
Neurologists at ChristianaCare have expertise managing Parkinson’s disease symptoms and slowing the disease’s progress and the toll it takes on patients’ lives.
Alzheimer’s disease and memory loss
Our neurologists can help to accurately diagnose the cause of the memory loss, offer available treatments and make appropriate referrals for support services.
Testing and lab work
ChristianaCare offers a wide range of neurologic testing to help diagnosis of neurologic disorders, including EEGs, EMGs, or sleep studies.
Seizures and Epilepsy
Neurologists at ChristianaCare have worked with many patients with epilepsy, and they have experience treating people who suffer from different types of seizures with different symptoms.
At ChristianaCare, a neurologist works closely with other clinicians to develop a comprehensive treatment plan for their patients with MS.
Our board-certified sleep medicine specialists can often find the root of the sleep problem and develop effective treatment options.
Physical medicine and rehabilitation
Physiatrists are doctors that specialize in medical conditions affecting the brain, spinal cord, nervous system, bones, joints, tendons and ligaments and may work with patients on an inpatient and outpatient basis.
Knowing your risk factors can reduce the chance of a stroke. Some factors, such as age or family history, can’t be changed. But there are many things you can do to help lower your risk. It is important to remember that regular medical check-ups are the best protection against a stroke.