Care for Your Brain and Nerves
We know neurological disorders can be overwhelming for patients and their loved ones. We’re here to help you manage and overcome these complex conditions.
Our neurology team treats people who have problems with their brain, spine or nervous system. These issues include strokes, headaches, traumatic brain injuries and other illnesses and injuries. We are here to help you live your best life possible — no matter your diagnosis.
Our Specially Trained Neurologists
Our doctors make up the Dakotas’ largest team of neurologists, so that you can choose from more than a dozen locations in the region. Many are fellowship-trained, which means they have several years of additional training and expertise beyond the standard requirements.
Neurologists do not do surgeries. If you need surgery, you’ll see one of our neurosurgeons.
We know many of our patients live in rural parts of the Dakotas and Minnesota. Traveling hundreds of miles to a hospital isn’t always practical. We send our neurologists into communities throughout the region. That way, they can see and treat you where you live.
Nationally Certified Stroke Care
Sanford Medical Center Fargo and Sanford USD Medical Center in Sioux Falls are the regions only nationally recognized Comprehensive Stroke Centers. This certification means we provide rapid response for the most serious cases.
Read more about our stroke and aneurysm care.
Neurological Conditions We Treat
Our neurologists use thorough brain exams, imaging and other diagnostics to treat disorders of the brain, spine and nerves. One of our neuropsychologists may also check you, or you may work with our specialists in these areas:
Our neurology team evaluates and treats a variety of neurological disorders, including:
Brain disorders and injuries
- Headaches and migraines
- Sleep disorders
- Seizures and epilepsy
- Stroke and aneurysm
- Traumatic brain injury (TBI)
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