Neurology Patient Care
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Advanced Neurological Care

Our physicians treat patients across a wide spectrum of neurological disorders, with inpatients receiving care by referral at our state-of-the-art University Hospital facility.

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The Department of Neurology provides quality care for the treatment of Parkinson's disease, seizures, dizziness, multiple sclerosis, stroke, headaches, sleep disorders and epilepsy among many other disorders of the nervous system.

Our facility offers state-of-the-art inpatient care in a referral University Hospital setting. We operate a 20-bed inpatient unit and a neuro-intensive care unit that we share with the department of neurosurgery.

Additionally, special units include an 28-bed sleep laboratory, adult and pediatric inpatient epilepsy monitoring units, the EEG laboratory, an EMG laboratory and a referral stroke team.

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Epilepsy Program

The University of Michigan Health Epilepsy Program provides comprehensive clinical services to patients with epilepsy and other seizure disorders. We provide the most up to date multidisciplinary epilepsy care including a specialized clinic for non-epileptic (functional) seizures, complete surgical evaluations, vagus nerve stimulation, responsive neurostimulation and deep brain stimulation for patients who can benefit from those technologies. The Comprehensive Epilepsy Program is accredited by the National Association of Epilepsy Care as a level 4 epilepsy center.

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Comprehensive Stroke Center

Our nationally recognized Vascular Neurology group consists of 12 fellowship-trained vascular neurologists who see stroke patients both in the hospital and in our outpatient Cerebrovascular Disorders Clinic. We are a motivated and cohesive team of providers and researchers who aim to provide the highest quality care to our patients, to educate the next generation of stroke clinicians and researchers, and to advance stroke science.

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Neuromuscular Diseases and Pranger ALS Clinic

The University of Michigan Health Neuromuscular Clinical Program provides a full range of services for patients with diseases of nerve, neuromuscular junction and muscle including amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). These services include a nationally recognized Peripheral Neuropathy Center, a multidisciplinary ALS clinic, and electrodiagnostic laboratories that provide state-of-the-art testing.

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Michigan NeuroSport Clinical Program

The Michigan NeuroSport Program was founded in 2006 as the first academic medical program in the United States to provide comprehensive, evidence-based neurological care for athletes of all levels from recreational youth to elite professionals. The mission of Michigan NeuroSport is to inspire and implement solutions for prevention and treatment of sport related concussions and their potential long-term consequences.

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