Our doctors have experience in treating a wide range of neurological conditions.
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Rehabilitation can help people regain life skills and learn new ways to do tasks.
Some symptoms may indicate the possibility of a serious condition.
Although most strokes occur in people older than 50, about one in 5,000 women ages 15 to 49 suffers a stroke each year.
Although their symptoms and effects can be similar, strokes and heart attacks are two different medical problems...
Medication to control high blood pressure only works if you take it.
Strokes don't have to be disabling or deadly.
Neurovascular and Stroke Institute at Physicians Regional
Physicians Regional is dedicated to providing the highest quality of care to those individuals who experience a stroke. From the latest in emergency treatment to inpatient hospitalization and rehabilitation, patients are assured the best care from specialists in treating stroke patients with the latest medical technology.
The Stroke Team commits to aggressive early intervention, progressive treatment, and rehabilitation to maximum recovery.
The Neurovascular & Stroke Institute offers world-class cerebrovascular and endovascular surgery to patients seeking the latest in diagnosis and disease treatment for complex vascular disorders of the brain and spine.
For additional information visit the Neurovascular and Stroke Institute website.