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Tower Health neurology teams provide care for conditions and diseases of the nervous system. Our neurologists take the time to interview and examine their patients, leading to focused testing, efficient diagnosis and, ultimately, individualized treatment. Our physicians have expertise in a wide range of neurological conditions, including stroke, epilepsy, dementia, and migraine.

Complete Care for the Brain and Nerves

Our specialists treat all neurological disorders, even the most complex. Our approach to care gives you access to a full range of specialty care across Tower Health. We offer the most advanced diagnostic and treatment options available.

  • Neurocritical care. This is a unique discipline that provides critical care for patients with the most serious conditions in an intensive care unit setting. These providers care for a wide range of neurological disorders, including stroke, subarachnoid hemorrhage, brain trauma, coma, intracerebral hemorrhage, seizures, spinal cord trauma, status epilepticus, encephalitis, myasthenia gravis, Guillain–Barré syndrome, and neuromuscular disease.
  • Stroke and cerebrovascular care. When minutes count, we provide rapid-response treatment and comprehensive care to people who experience a stroke. As an Advanced Primary Stroke Center, we provide life-saving treatment 24/7 for complex stroke patients, including access to endovascular treatments that can surgically remove clots from the brain.
  • Specialized programs and services. Our neurosciences team provides specialized treatment for diseases and conditions that affect the brain, spine, and nervous system. Specialty care programs include brain and spine tumors, headaches and migrainestremors and Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis, neuromuscular disorders, seizures and epilepsy, neuro-oncology, pituitary disease, peripheral nerve, and normal pressure hydrocephalus. 
  • Trauma care. Our Level I Trauma Center has a neurocritical care team and a neurocritical care unit to treat traumatic brain injury, concussions, aneurysms, seizures, brain hemorrhages, and skull and spine fractures.

Epilepsy Care Providers

General Neurology Providers

Headache Care Providers


Movement Disorder Care Providers

Multiple Sclerosis Care Providers

When to See a Neurologist

Most of the symptoms that accompany a neurologic disease or condition will have you visiting your primary care physician first. If they are unable to treat your symptoms, it may be time to see a neurologist for further testing and treatment. Symptoms you may experience include:

  • Chronic pain
  • Confusion or memory issues
  • Dizziness
  • Headaches
  • Muscle weakness
  • Numbness or tingling
  • Seizures
  • Sleep problems
  • Unexplained clumsiness or difficulty walking
  • Unintended movements or tremors
  • Vision problems

Neurological Conditions We Treat

Our multidisciplinary approach to neurological conditions ensures you get comprehensive, best-in-class care to manage symptoms, restore function, and preserve your quality of life. You get advanced expertise right here in Southeastern Pennsylvania.

We provide care for a wide range of neurological diseases and conditions, including:

  • Cerebrovascular diseasesstroke, and TIA.
  • Headaches and facial pain including migraines, chronic tension headaches, and cluster headaches, trigeminal neuralgia, and other head and facial pain syndromes.
  • Memory loss and dementia, including Alzheimer’s disease, vascular dementia, Lewy body dementia, frontotemporal dementia, and normal pressure hydrocephalus.
  • Movement disorders including Parkinson’s disease, essential tremors, Huntington’s disease, tics, Tourette syndrome, and restless legs syndrome.
  • Multiple sclerosis and other inflammatory disease of the central nervous system.
  • Neuromuscular disorders including peripheral neuropathy, peripheral nerve entrapments, myasthenia gravis, ALS (or Lou Gehrig’s disease), muscular dystrophy, Guillain-Barre syndrome, and myopathy.
  • Seizures and epilepsy including grand mal, focal, sensory, nocturnal, and other unexplained seizure-like activity.
  • Traumatic brain injuries including concussions, post-concussive syndrome, penetrating head injury, anoxia, or hypoxic brain injury.

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