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Riverside Welcomes Neurology Nurse Practitioner
Posted: Monday, January 13, 2014

Neurosciences Institute at Riverside

Leading expertise and breakthrough technology

Leading neurosurgeons. Sophisticated imaging technology. Team approach. Riverside brings comprehensive neurological care to the region. No longer do individuals with brain or spinal cord injuries need an ambulance or helicopter transfer elsewhere.

World-Class Neuroscience is Here.

Riverside’s team of neurology experts is dedicated to the diagnosis, evaluation and treatment of disorders of the brain, spine and nerves. Using the latest medical advances and technology, highly specialized surgeons develop personalized treatment plans for each patient. Treatment approaches range from conservative care that is non-invasive to highly complex surgical techniques.

Riverside Neurosciences Institute offers the latest techniques and equipment to diagnose and treat brain, spine and nervous system problems. Our highly specialized surgeons work with each patient to develop a comprehensive, but personalized approach to treatment. Patients with a broad range of neurological disorders can find leading care that is highly accessible.

Neurosurgery Consultants
Riverside Neurosurgery Consultants personalizes treatment plans to fit the specific needs of each patient. Our highly specialized team is dedicated to the diagnosis, evaluation, and treatment of disorders of the nervous system.

Neurology Specialists
A collaborative, comprehensive approach to diagnosing, evaluating and treating neurological disorders and other diseases of the brain, spinal cord, nerves, and muscles.

Memory Center
As part of the Riverside Neurosciences Institute, Riverside Memory Center was established to improve the early detection, diagnosis and treatment of memory disorders.

Stroke Center
Riverside Stroke Center: Improving outcomes for stroke patients. Treatment can minimize or even reverse the course of a stroke, but is most effective when given within the first three hours.