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Services & Specialties

The following specializations distinguish the Neurology Department at Westchester Medical Center: 

  • Neuro-otology (skull base)
    Treatment of injuries to the base of the skull, the main conduit of the electrical system of the body.
  • Neuro-ophthalmology
    Treatment of injuries and conditions of the nervous system which controls vision.
  • Neuro-urology
    Treatment of nerve conditions affecting bladder control, erectile dysfunction and urination in men and women.
  • Pediatric neurology
    Treatment of nerve disorders in children. Caught early, effective treatment can prevent  life-long disabilities.
  • Neuro-oncology
    Treatment and management of cancers of the central nervous system.
  • Intraoperative Monitoring
    A collaborative effort between anesthesiologits and neurologist that monitors activity of the muscles and the brain to ensure they remain intact.
  • The Stroke Center at Westchester Medical Center
    The center is dedicated to rapid intervention of a developing cerebral vascular accident and to the study of new and effective treatments.
  • Electroencephalography
    Technology that allows neurologists to observe the patterns of electrical activity of the brain and check for disease.
  • 24-hour Ambulatory EEG
    Minimally intrusive electroencephalography that patients undergo for a full day.
  • Electromyography with nerve conduction disorders
    Technology which checks for healthy nerve and muscle interaction.