From muscle pain and migraines to neuropathy and stroke, our team has the experience to treat even the most challenging neurological conditions.
We offer cutting-edge care and advanced treatment for movement disorders like Parkinson’s, seizure disorders like epilepsy, and nerve-related conditions like MS. At the Aurora Neuroscience Innovation Institute, we work hard to identify the cause of your condition, relieve your symptoms, and make a personalized treatment plan that fits your needs and lifestyle.
If you’re struggling with tasks that once came easily or are experiencing memory loss, it might be time to see a professional. We treat a wide variety of behavioral and cognitive conditions, including:
Using a collaborative approach, our experts use leading-edge diagnostic tools to identify neuromuscular conditions and treat them with the most effective techniques available. Conditions we treat include:
Amyotropic Lateral Sclerosis
Lou Gehrig's Disease
Peripheral neuropathy occurs when your peripheral nerves get damaged. This can happen because of an infection, injury, or being exposed to certain types of toxins. It can also be genetic in nature. Symptoms of neuropathic conditions often include stabbing pain, tingling and burning. At Aurora, we treat peripheral neuropathy conditions with a variety of different techniques, including physical therapy and advanced arthroscopic surgery.
Hereditary Sensory Motor Neuropathy
Could you be at risk for a stroke? Find out about stroke symptoms and risk factors, see stroke-related conditions, and learn about our advanced, personalized approach to stroke treatment.Learn More
Our expert neurologists work with you to determine the best way to significantly reduce your symptoms and prevent them from becoming disabling. In addition to MS, we treat various types of demyelinating disease, which occurs when the protective coating over the nerve fibers in your brain or spinal cord get damaged. Learn more about:
It’s a common misconception that epilepsy and seizures are the same thing, but many people have seizures without being diagnosed with epilepsy. Read about the different causes and types of seizures, how epilepsy is diagnosed, and ways to manage your symptoms. Learn more about:
Most of us do daily activities without a second thought. But for someone with Parkinson’s disease or a movement disorder, even the most basic tasks can be challenging. Learn more about symptoms and treatments for:
Balance & Dizziness
Progressive Supranuclear Palsy
Everyone gets a headache now and then, but if your headaches are frequent or severe, it’s time to seek help.