Neuroscience

Clinical insights on progressive treatments for a wide range of brain, spine and central nervous system conditions.

  • Time is brain: new technology is a game-changer for patients experiencing seizures

    Time is brain: new technology is a game-changer for patients experiencing seizures

    Swedish is the only hospital in the Puget Sound region using Ceribell, a portable device that helps speed diagnosis and treatment during neurological emergencies. Learn more.

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  • New Parkinson’s disease test can help refine treatments and support more efficient research

    New Parkinson’s disease test can help refine treatments and support more efficient research

    Swedish is part of a trial that has shown significant promise for the early diagnosis of Parkinson’s.

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  • Swedish is a leader in innovative solutions for spinal pain

    Swedish is a leader in innovative solutions for spinal pain

    Swedish is one of only a few U.S. centers involved in trials designed to prove the safety of a new artificial disc for degenerative disc disease patients.

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  • With Swedish’s telehealth services, multiple sclerosis patients have more options for care

    With Swedish’s telehealth services, multiple sclerosis patients have more options for care

    Virtual visits bring advanced care to more communities and relieve the strain and cost of traveling for many patients with MS.

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  • Three sisters find hope at the Swedish Neuroscience Institute

    Three sisters find hope at the Swedish Neuroscience Institute

    Essential tremor ran in this family. Swedish neuroscience experts used focused ultrasound to treat the condition, which has plagued them for decades. Learn more.

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  • Empathy, love and compassion are essential for patients with chronic pain and those who care for them

    Empathy, love and compassion are essential for patients with chronic pain and those who care for them

    Providence Swedish experts share some advice for building supportive relationships between patients, caregivers and loved ones.

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  • Swedish is the first Washington State hospital to offer groundbreaking ALS treatment

    Swedish is the first Washington State hospital to offer groundbreaking ALS treatment

    Tofersen, a new drug, is the first gene therapy for a familial form of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.

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  • What is Guillain-Barré Syndrome?

    What is Guillain-Barré Syndrome?

    A Swedish expert discusses the autoimmune disease and its diagnosis and treatment.

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  • Watch video: Balance is the key to meeting life's demands in a healthy way

    Watch video: Balance is the key to meeting life's demands in a healthy way

    A Swedish behavioral health expert offers guidance for finding our way back to center when life feels overwhelming.

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  • Swedish is a destination for innovative, world-class care

    Swedish is a destination for innovative, world-class care

    Seattle’s KING 5 TV hosted a panel of sought-after Swedish specialists for a conversation about advanced treatments at Swedish and why patients from around the world choose us for their care.

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  • Focused ultrasounds treat tremors, restoring patients' quality of life

    Focused ultrasounds treat tremors, restoring patients' quality of life

    A Swedish patient shares his experience of the procedure's life-changing success.

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  • Understanding aphasia

    Understanding aphasia

    A Swedish expert explains aphasia, a disorder that affects the area of your brain that controls language and communication.

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  • Watch videos: Learn how Swedish's MS Center Adventure Program fosters joy and community

    Watch videos: Learn how Swedish's MS Center Adventure Program fosters joy and community

    Occupational Therapist Simon Gale, the program's leader, on New Day Northwest. Share the thrill of skydiving with a program participant.

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  • Parkinson's Foundation designates Swedish's Movement Disorders Program as a Comprehensive Care Center

    Parkinson's Foundation designates Swedish's Movement Disorders Program as a Comprehensive Care Center

    The Parkinson’s Foundation Comprehensive Care Center designation recognizes leadership in providing high-quality care for patients with Parkinson’s disease.

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  • The FDA has approved a game-changing drug for Alzheimer's disease. What should you know?

    The FDA has approved a game-changing drug for Alzheimer's disease. What should you know?

    Nancy Isenberg, M.D., medical director of Swedish’s Center for Healthy Aging, weighs in.

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  • First Hill block party raises brain health awareness

    First Hill block party raises brain health awareness

    Providence Swedish joined a host of community partners on June 21 for a Brain Health Block Party to raise awareness about the importance of brain health.

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  • Providence Swedish is nationally recognized for providing high-quality stroke care

    Providence Swedish is nationally recognized for providing high-quality stroke care

    The American Heart Association presents the Get With The Guidelines awards for proven dedication to best practices and life-saving care.

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  • New hope on the horizon for brain tumor patients

    New hope on the horizon for brain tumor patients

    Clinical research at The Ivy Center at Swedish offers advanced, personalized care for brain tumors. Learn what’s giving our experts new hope.

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  • Stroke: Symptoms, risk and other tips from a Swedish expert

    Stroke: Symptoms, risk and other tips from a Swedish expert

    Stroke: Symptoms, risk and other tips from a Swedish expert

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  • Swedish hosts inaugural Healthy Aging Summit

    Swedish hosts inaugural Healthy Aging Summit

    The community event brought together Swedish experts and local artists who shared best practices for aging well physically, emotionally and mentally.

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