The center will treat patients with disorders including Alzheimer's, headaches and Parkinson's disease, as well as people with issues causing chronic back and neck pain. Those include disc disease and herniation and compression neuropathies, along with injuries and disease of the brain, such as tumors and epilepsy.
The new outpatient clinic will offer on-site rehabilitation services within the Brain & Spine Center and will enable neurosurgeons, physiatrists and pain management physicians to provide an integrated care model, according to the report.
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