From Parkinson’s disease, strokes and brain tumors to degenerative disc disease and sleep disorders, Florida Hospital Neuroscience Institute offers patients a broad range of expert neurological care. Whether treatment stems from injury or illness, our specialized physicians utilize today’s most effective diagnostic measures to determine the best course of care. We remain at the forefront of neuroscience—steadfast in our commitment to conducting the very best in treatment, education and research to improve outcomes for our patients. Request an appointment with one of our neuroscience specialists today.
What is Neuroscience?
Neuroscience is a specialty that focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of all disorders affecting the entire nervous system, which includes central (brain and spinal cord), peripheral (nerve paths leading from the brain and spinal cord to the body), and autonomic systems (involuntary controls of heart rate, perspiration, salivation, etc.).
This year alone, over 50 million Americans will experience a disorder of the brain, spine or nervous system. Common disorders treated at the Florida Hospital Neuroscience Institute include:
- Brain tumors
- Alzheimer’s disease
- Spinal disorders
- Chronic back and neck pain
- Sleep disorders
- Trigeminal neuralgia
- Normal pressure hydrocephalus
- Parkinson’s disease
- Psychiatric conditions
Many brain and spine conditions are treated through innovative minimally invasive approaches at the Florida Hospital Neuroscience Institute.
Neurological Care for All
At Florida Hospital Neuroscience Institute, neurological care involves an interdisciplinary team approach to diagnosis and treatment, supported by today’s leading diagnostic, medical and surgical techniques. Our programs are led by skilled physicians and highly trained healthcare professionals working together to determine the best path of care for each patient. Schedule an appointment today with our neuroscience specialists.
Being at the forefront of neurological medicine means we are committed to excellence in education, treatment, research, and care of all patients with neurological disorders and injuries—from newborns to adults. Our physicians specialize in a variety of areas including:
- Interventional neuroradiology
- Neurological surgery
- Pain medicine
- Pediatric neurology
- Pediatric neurosurgery
- Physical medicine rehabilitation
- Sleep medicine
We strive to achieve superior patient outcomes in a compassionate environment of care that exceeds the expectations of patients and referring physicians.
Advancing Treatment through Clinical Trials
When existing treatment options are unable to remedy a neurological injury or illness, certain patients may be eligible for a clinical trial program, which opens the door for additional options not yet in standard practice. Clinical trials are a set of procedures conducted to test the safety and results of drugs, treatments, devices and therapy protocols. Pharmaceuticals, medical devices, and research registries are used to advance the field of neurological research and provide advanced treatment options for patients.
Learn more about the Florida Hospital Neuroscience Institute.