Neurological & Neurosurgical ServicesBaton Rouge General's team of physicians, nurses and therapists are equipped to diagnose and treat a wide variety of neurological disorders, conditions and injuries, helping you get back to your life.
While most neurological appointments are done in your neurologist's office, you may be referred to Baton Rouge General for diagnostic testing, observation or more complicated neurological procedures. Some of the many common neurological conditions include:
- Cluster Headaches
- Neuromuscular Disorders
- Non-Traumatic Spinal Cord Disorders
- Epilepsy and Seizures
- Memory Loss / Dementia
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Parkinson's Disease
- Huntington's Disease
- Wilson's Disease
- Movement Disorders
- Guillain Barre Syndrome
- Autoimmune Neurological Disorders
- Ischemic Stroke
As Baton Rouge's only full service community hospital, Neurosurgery is a vital service here at Baton Rouge General. We understand that experience, quality and expertise are important to you and your family, so we encourage you to learn more about the services we perform. For a full listing of our neurosurgeons, please click here to visit our doctor directory.
Having neurological disorders doesn't necessarily mean you can't live a full and healthy life. At Baton Rouge General, we work with you to give you back your independence through customized, one-on-one therapy. With years of experience and advanced certifications in neurological rehabilitation, our therapists can help minimize the impact of your disabilities caused by such things as stroke, head injury or the need for speech therapy.
Our personalized, comprehensive therapy plans are designed to work for you and your individual needs, while helping you to become as self-sufficient as possible. This, combined with the use of the latest technology set in our caring environment, is what makes our program so special.We know you want to live a healthy and happy life with independence—and that's exactly what we're committed to.
For more information about the General's Neurological Rehabilitation program, please call (225) 381-6520 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.