A neurological disease or disorder is any disease or disorder that creates abnormalities within the nervous system. Your nervous system includes your brain, spine and nerves.
At Banner Brain & Spine, our expert doctors offer the most advanced neurology treatment designed to support your neurological health.
There are many neurology diseases and disorders than can affect people from all walks of life. Learn more about some of the neurological diseases and disorders Banner Brain & Spine can treat.
Alzheimer’s is a disease commonly known for its characteristic of memory loss and behavior changes. While there is no cure, our team can help develop a care plan for you and your family to improve quality of life as much as possible.
Experiencing a seizure can be a difficult situation to navigate, for you and your loved ones. They come on suddenly and can vary in length and severity. We work hard to provide you with the latest treatment options for a variety of seizure types.
Early detection and proper treatment of Parkinson’s can make a big difference in the lives of those affected by this movement disorder. Our expert team will work closely with you to develop a plan to manage your Parkinson’s.
While the effects of Multiple Sclerosis (MS) can vary from person to person, this disease can cause problems with your vision, balance, muscle control and permanent nerve damage.
This common, chronic pain disorder can lead to fatigue, unhealthy sleep habits, mood issues and memory problems. The cause is unknown but there are ways to manage symptoms.
Is ALS a neurological disorder? Yes. ALS affects the nerve cells in your brain and spinal cord and can cause issues with chewing, talking and body movement. It can be a difficult disease to navigate but the Banner Brain & Spine team will be by your side with the latest treatment options and support.
A functional neurological disorder is a condition in which the nervous system and how the brain processes signals do not function properly.
Peripheral nerve disease or neuropathy refers to conditions caused by damage to the nerves outside the brain and spinal cord.