From innovations in stroke prevention and recovery, to advancements in treating movement disorders and epilepsy, St. Clair Hospital is setting a new standard of care in neurology.

Led by an experienced team of board-certified neurologists, St. Clair Hospital provides a full range of services with a singular focus: to improve outcomes and help our patients get back to living their lives.

That begins with the most sophisticated imaging and diagnostic technology, including MRI, PET and CT scanning, as well as Magnetic Resonance Angiography — a specialized MRI that produces detailed images of the blood vessels in the brain. And for patients with epilepsy, our state-of-the-art video EEG monitoring pinpoints where seizures originate, allowing our neurological surgeons to make treatment more precise and successful.

While we’re nationally recognized for exceptional stroke care, we are equally committed to prevention and recovery. This includes transcarotid arterial revascularization (TCAR) technology for carotid artery disease — a patient-friendly hybrid of surgery and stenting that offers a highly effective alternative to traditional procedures. We are also pioneering new ways to close the gap between inpatient and post-hospital stroke care through advanced telemedicine.

In addition to modern tools and technology, our doctors recognize that collaboration is essential to improving outcomes. This has led to a team approach to revolutionizing care for movement disorders, including Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis and epilepsy. And it has inspired a multidisciplinary approach that incorporates psychiatry, psychology and social work disciplines to improve cognition in dementia patients.

For more information on our neurology specialists and services, please call 412.942.6300.

Our neurology department offerings include diagnostic services and treatments for:

  • Back pain
  • Cognitive impairment
  • Dementia/Alzheimer’s 
  • Evaluation of the brain
  • Evaluation of the spine
  • Memory loss
  • Migraine and headache
  • Motor neuron disease (ALS)
  • Movement disorders (Parkinson’s Disease)
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Neurological bacterial illnesses
  • Neurological viral illness
  • Neuropathy 
  • Numbness, tingling and weakness
  • Seizure
  • Speech problems
  • Stroke
  • Vision changes