Beaumont uses the latest tools to diagnose and treat neurological conditions for patients of all ages. From acute brain and spine injuries to chronic conditions, we are the most preferred destination for neurology services in Southeast Michigan.

Our highly-skilled, nationally recognized neurology team treats patients based on best practice recommendations.

U.S. News and World Report ranks the Beaumont Hospitals in Royal Oak and Troy as among the nation’s top neurology programs; this excellence extends across our network to ensure you receive outstanding and compassionate family-centered care.


Beaumont offers one of the most comprehensive diagnostic and treatment programs for epilepsy in the state of Michigan.

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For stroke, every minute matters, and our stroke specialists are on hand to provide 24/7 acute stroke care.     

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Neuromuscular disorders are acquired or inherited (genetic) conditions that affect some part of the neuromuscular system.

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Our pediatric neurologists treat common conditions as well as complex care for epilepsy and neuromuscular disorders.

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Beaumont's Concussion Clinic offers comprehensive, specialized acute care for children and adults who experience a concussion.


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At Beaumont, fellowship trained neurologists and neurosurgeons evaluate movement disorders, such as Parkinson's, to develop a comprehensive treatment plan.

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The Beaumont Multiple Sclerosis Clinic is led by board-certified neurologists who are committed to providing the highest level of diagnosis and long-term care for individuals with multiple sclerosis.

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Beaumont neurologists help you find the best treatment options for disorders like Alzheimer's disease.



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What is a Neurologist?

Neurology is the branch of medicine that is concerned with the study and treatment of disorders of the nervous system. 

The physician who specializes in neurology is called a neurologist. After completing medical school, physicians specializing in adult neurology complete one year of residency in internal medicine and three years of neurology residency. Neurologists treat disorders of the brain, spinal cord, and nerves. 

As a specialist, the neurologist sees patients with a wide range of problems and may act as a patient's principal or consulting physician, while the family physician, or primary care physician, is generally in charge of a patient's total healthcare.

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