Expert neurology care for your brain and spine

Neurology is dedicated to addressing conditions of the brain and central nervous system. The neurologists on staff at Baylor Scott & White Health are a diverse group of physicians with sub-specialty expertise in many complex issues affecting the brain, spine and nervous system. Neurologists specialize in diagnosing and determining the right treatment approach to both sudden injuries and chronic conditions to help patients achieve their best outcome.

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Neurological conditions we treat

The brain is perhaps the most complex part of the human body, and many issues can affect how it functions. The neurologists on staff at Baylor Scott & White Health across Texas treat a full array of neurological conditions, including:

Diagnosing neurological conditions

Having the right tools—including many of the most advanced technologies available—is critical to determining the exact nature of a neurological condition and developing a treatment plan. In addition to detailed exams and patient and family history, some of the tools our neurologists use include:

  • Advanced imaging (CT, PET, MRI)
  • Cerebrospinal fluid analysis
  • EEG
  • EMG
  • ENG
  • Evoked potentials
  • Fluoroscopy
  • Laboratory and genetic testing
  • Myelography
  • Polysomnography
  • Thermography
  • Ultrasound

Neurological treatments

Based on a detailed examination and testing, neurologists can develop treatment plans tailored to your needs and preferences. If surgery is necessary, the neurologists on our staff work closely with a neurosurgery team to provide the right care before and after a procedure. The neurology program at Baylor Scott & White brings innovative treatments and approaches to help heal or improve a your quality of life. This may include neurological treatments, like:

  • Medication management
  • Rehabilitation (physical, speech and occupational therapy)
  • Referral for surgical evaluation
  • Diet and lifestyle programs
  • Injections
  • Minor procedures
  • Access to clinical trials (when appropriate)