Neurology

The central nervous system’s own name alludes to its importance in the health of an individual. Diseases and injuries that damage the brain and spinal cord change a person’s life, sometimes depriving him or her of the joys and opportunities that a healthy person takes for granted. This leaves a serious imprint on the patient's psyche, as irritability and intolerance come with physical inactivity and physical limitations.

Neurologists in the United States work with patients with complex psychological issues. These doctors and specialists know how important a patient’s emotional state is in relation to treatment results. As such, the physical and psychological therapies and rehabilitation of patients with neurological pathologies is given as much attention as the treatment itself.

Neurologists have worked hard to create modern, highly effective spinal treatments and surgeries. In the past, spinal surgeries required extensive recovery periods. Now, doctors in the USA use minimally invasive techniques and procedures, such stem cells, to treat neurological diseases.

Neurological treatments for children have also improved. The neurological specialists of the Texas Medical Center have achieved outstanding success in the treatment of epilepsy and in the rehabilitation of patients with cerebral palsy.

Houston Methodist Neurological Institute

Houston Methodist Neurological Institute

One of the best hospitals in the USA provides neurological and neurosurgical care. The Institute is a leader in research related to the development of new treatments for strokes, Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease, and brain tumors. Institute doctors have greatly improved treatment methods for headaches, concussions, movement disorders, neurorehabilitation, pain management, sleep disorders, and surgical treatment of epilepsy and neuralgia. The Institute’s research focuses include neurology, neurosurgery, neuropsychology, neuropsychiatry, neurophthalmology, and neuroradiology. A specialization of the Institute is sleep medicine and treatment.

Baylor College of Medicine Medical Center, Department of Neurology

Baylor College of Medicine Medical Center, Department of Neurology

Baylor’s neurology department specializes in the treatment and rehabilitation of patients with neurodegenerative and motor disorders. Since 1977, the department has treated patients with Parkinson's disease, paralysis, hyperkinetic disorders (including tremors), dystonia, tics, Tourette's syndrome, Huntington's chorea, Wilson's disease, ataxia and other disorders of motor activity associated with neurological pathologies. The department also hosts the Maxine Mesinger Multiple Sclerosis Clinic, which studies and treats all levels of multiple sclerosis.

KRAUS Back & Neck Institute

KRAUS Back & Neck Institute

Dr. Kraus is one of the most respected neurosurgeons in the USA for many years. He has completed more than 3,000 successful operations. In addition to providing surgical treatments, Dr. Kraus devotes his time to science and research. His textbook on neurosurgery is used by medical schools to train medical students all over the world. Dr. Kraus’s internationally famous institute has treated patients from all over the world. The Institute offers all kinds of spinal surgeries, therapies, rehabilitation, and pain control programs. The Institute creates individual and personalized treatment plans and approaches to provide patients with the speedy pain relief.

Texas Children's Hospital

Texas Children's Hospital

Texas Children’s Department of Clinical Pediatric Neurology annually receives more than 20,000 children with various neurological pathologies. Specialists treat and create rehabilitation plans for children with various motor disorders, epilepsy, muscular dystrophy, cerebral palsy, and other neurological diseases.