Whether you suffer from headaches or back pain, the highly skilled specialists at the Providence St. Mary Neuroscience Institute can help. We diagnose and treat brain, nerve and spine conditions.
We evaluate your pain from every angle to put you on a path to relief. Surgeons work with anesthesiologists and rehabilitation therapists.
The Regional Spine Center at the Providence Neuroscience Institute offers surgical and non-surgical treatment options for spinal conditions such as neck and back pain, tumors and spinal diseases or deformities.
Our doctors work with doctors in a variety of specialties to diagnose and treat these and other brain, nerve and spine conditions:
- Brain and nervous system injuries or degenerative conditions affecting the brain or spine
- Brain and nervous system tumors
- Nerve damage
- Pinched nerves
Spine conditions treated through the Providence Spine Center include:
- Back pain
- Disk disease
- Herniated disk
- Narrowing of the spinal cord
- Neck pain
- Pinched nerve
- Spinal arteriovenous malformation
- Spinal cord injury
- Spinal cord tumor
- Spinal deformities
- Spine degeneration
Doctors will review your referral and recommend the best doctor within the Institute to treat you. Most of our patients begin by seeing a Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation doctor who will evaluate your condition and talk with you about non-surgical treatment options. If you need surgery, a neurosurgeon will review your surgical options. Our services include:
This includes tumor sampling, spinal taps, and other procedures to obtain lab samples for closer examination by specialists.
Doctors conduct a wide range of diagnostic imaging including X-rays, CT, EEG, MRI and PET scans.
Doctors work together to evaluate a wide range of brain, spine and nervous system symptoms and physical or behavioral changes. Testing may look at the functioning of your nerves and nervous system, your movement, coordination and balance, your sensory abilities, your speech, vision and hearing or other areas of interest.
We provide a range of inpatient and outpatient therapies to help people learn or relearn skills and manage the day-to-day physical and psychological demands of movement disorders, stroke and other challenges of nervous system injury or illness.
Our neurosurgeons have highly specialized skills to treat a wide range of brain, spine and nervous system pain, illness and injury.
Physiatrists are doctors who help restore function after disabling surgery, illness or injury.
Our spine care specialists work with other doctors at Providence to diagnose and treat a full range of neck, back and spine diseases, disorders and injuries as well as many nervous system conditions.
Your doctor-guided team includes a range of specialists who come together to serve you, whatever your condition or needs.
Your care team may include these and other specialists:
- EEG technicians
- Occupational therapists
- Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Doctors
- Physical therapists
- Physician assistants
- Registered nurses
- Respiratory therapists
- Social services professionals
- Speech therapists
- Surgical physician assistants
- Other professionals depending on your condition
The Neuroscience Institute partners with you for your best care. Feel free to ask us about anything, from learning more about your condition to what to expect during or after a procedure.
Depending on your care plan, your health care provider may ask you to review or complete these documents:
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