Swedish Neuroscience Team

From deep brain stimulation to focused ultrasound to pediatric neurology, The Swedish Neuroscience Team is recognized as national experts to help people address a wide array of neurological conditions. Our goal is to provide useful and helpful advice and tips on non-surgical and surgical options to treat any disease of the mind.

  • Tips for Healthy Aging: A Conversation About Dementia with Dr. Nancy Isenberg

    Tips for Healthy Aging: A Conversation About Dementia with Dr. Nancy Isenberg

    Dementia and Healthy Aging: A Conversation with Dr. Nancy Isenberg

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  • Signs of a stroke and actions you should take

    Signs of a stroke and actions you should take

    Find out what you can do to minimize the risk of stroke for yourself and your loved ones.

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  • Coping with MS as a newly diagnosed young adult

    Coping with MS as a newly diagnosed young adult

    Dr. James Bowen, director of the MS Center at Swedish, offers insight to help you navigate the new landscape of an MS diagnosis.

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  • Four medications that can affect your memory

    Four medications that can affect your memory

    Some medications can cause forgetfulness and disorientation for senior adults. Learn if your medication is on the list.

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  • Neurofibromatosis: The most common genetic disorder

    Neurofibromatosis: The most common genetic disorder

    NF causes tumors to form along the nerves affecting the nervous system and many other parts of the body. Learn who’s at risk.

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  • Living with multiple sclerosis

    Living with multiple sclerosis

    The challenges of multiple sclerosis don’t have to keep you from the things you enjoy. Learn five tips to help you live an active, healthy life.

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  • Signs and symptoms of multiple sclerosis

    Signs and symptoms of multiple sclerosis

    Actress Selma Blair’s multiple sclerosis diagnosis shines a spotlight on MS, its symptoms, and how they can be misdiagnosed for years. Learn more about symptoms to be aware of.

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