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Clinical Neuroscience Institute

Conditions and Treatments

Physician researchers at the Clinical Neuroscience Institute (CNSI) are involved in primary neurologic research, and they work to turn new discoveries into treatments. The goal of CNSI is to improve the diagnosis and treatment of neurologic conditions by bringing these new treatments to patients more quickly.

To fulfill this goal of providing the latest treatments to our patients, our large team of dedicated doctors offering care to people throughout Southwestern Ohio. We have the experience and resources to diagnose and treat an extensive list of neurologic conditions.

Learn about your condition here on this website, then ask your doctor for a referral to CNSI. When you come to us, you’ll receive national-quality care and treatment to help you recover from or manage your neurologic condition.

CNSI specialists are experienced and highly skilled at identifying the nature of your epilepsy and developing a program to control it. We work to limit your seizures and improve your quality of life.

Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders

Parkinson’s disease is one of a class of conditions called movement disorders. These conditions have many similarities and can be difficult to diagnose correctly. Accurate diagnosis is based off clinical exam. The diagnosis is critical, because appropriate treatments for various conditions can be very different.

It’s important that you have a specialist who is experienced with the range of movement disorders. Only with correct diagnosis can you expect to receive effective treatment.

Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s disease is perhaps the best known of what are called memory disorders or dementia. This debilitating illness robs you of your memory and can lead to an inability to function normally.

Specialists at CNSI have extensive experience with Alzheimer’s disease. We work with you to manage your symptoms and provide the latest care in slowing the progression of this disease.

Stroke

A stroke is caused by blocked or burst blood vessels in your brain. It is a neurologic emergency that threatens your ability to control parts of your body, and may even threaten your life. When you experience symptoms of stroke, it’s critical that you seek medical attention as soon as possible.

Neurologic specialists at CNSI can provide life-saving treatment for stroke 24 hours a day. Our specialists perform procedures that can repair damage to affected blood vessels. We can help you avoid the harmful effects of stroke and even save your life.

Brain and Spine Tumors

Tumors are abnormal tissue that can grow to affect normal functions in your body. When these tumors are in your brain or spine, they can cause symptoms ranging from behavioral changes and depression to muscle weakness and fatigue.

CNSI specialists have extensive experience in recognizing patterns in symptoms and correctly diagnosing brain and spine tumors. We also have advanced technology that can pinpoint the tumor and help your doctor develop an appropriate treatment plan.

Headaches

Headaches are not all the same. They can have different causes and cause different kinds of pain. It’s important that you receive a correct diagnosis, because treatments are different for different types of headaches.

Specialists at CNSI have extensive experience recognizing patterns in headache symptoms and can accurately diagnose headaches. With correct diagnosis, we can develop a treatment plan that can reduce the severity and frequency of your headaches, or even eliminate them entirely.

Brain Aneurysm

Brain aneurysms are abnormalities in blood vessels in your brain. If not diagnosed and repaired, a brain aneurysm could cause bleeding inside the skull which can cause brain damage or lead to a stroke.

CNSI specialists are trained to recognize the symptoms of brain aneurysms. They also have extensive experience with the delicate procedures used to repair them.

Back or Neck Pain

Back or neck pain can have a wide variety of causes, from breakdown of bones or soft tissues of the spine to misalignment of the spine. Sometimes back or neck pain can go away on its own. When it remains for an extended period of time, or gets progressively worse, it’s time to see the specialists at CNSI.

CNSI specialists can correctly diagnose the causes of back or neck pain and develop a treatment plan of medication or surgery to correct or manage the problem.

Multiple Sclerosis (MS)

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is disease affecting the central nervous system. Symptoms of MS include fatigue, numbness, dizziness, vision problems, and difficulty walking.

CNSI specialists have extensive training and experience in the diagnosis and treatment of MS. Our physicians and professional staff work with patients to create individual treatment plans to help them manage this complex condition.

Spine and Back Pain

Spine and back pain can have a wide variety of causes, from breakdown of bones or soft tissues of the spine to misalignment of the spine. Sometimes spine or back pain can go away on its own. When it remains for an extended period of time, or gets progressively worse, it’s time to see the specialists at CNSI.

CNSI specialists can correctly diagnose the causes of spine and back pain and develop a treatment plan of medication or surgery to correct or manage the problem.

Dementia

Dementia is not a disease, but a group of symptoms that affect the brain and a person’s day-to-day functioning. People with dementia have difficulty performing routine tasks such as dressing themselves or eating. In some cases, their personalities may change and they may become agitated or confused. While dementia is common among senior citizens, it is not a normal part of aging.

CNSI specialists have extensive training and experience in the diagnosis and treatment of dementia. Our physicians and providers work with patients to create individual treatment plans to help them manage their condition.

Memory Disorders

Memory disorders are conditions that affect brain functions such as recall. One of the many causes of memory disorders is dementia. Dementia is not a disease, but a group of symptoms that affect the brain and a person’s day-to-day functioning. There are many different types of dementia. Overall, people with dementia have difficulty performing routine tasks such as dressing themselves or eating. In some cases, their personalities may change and they may become agitated or confused. While dementia is common among senior citizens, it is not a normal part of aging.

CNSI specialists have extensive training and experience in the diagnosis and treatment of dementia. Our physicians and providers work with patients to create individual treatment plans to help them manage their condition.


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