Swedish Neuroscience Institute (SNI) is moving forward with plans to increase the availability of tertiary neurological care for patients in the Pacific Northwest. "Eight new providers will join the SNI staff in August," noted Marc Mayberg, MD, co-director of SNI, "adding specialty care in neuro-otology, functional radiosurgery, and neuropsychiatry, and expanding our existing programs in multiple sclerosis, stroke, neuromuscular disease, pediatric neurology, and general neurology."
Recommended for you
Learn about groundbreaking research that’s studying a potential vaccine treatment for patients with glioblastomas.
Therapies, treatment and a plan created by your care team can help you manage your symptoms and thrive while living with Parkinson’s.
Creative writing program offers virtual connection and expression
Concussions account for 75% of all traumatic brain injuries. Learn the signs and symptoms, and why it’s so important to get care from a medical professional.
Donna D. suffered a near-fatal bacterial infection that left her completely paralyzed. Learn how she got her life back with Swedish spine services.
Learn about an addition to the Adventure Program offered at the Swedish Multiple Sclerosis Center that features virtual reality activities and locations.
Groundbreaking clinical trial update in the treatment and holistic care of ALS patients.
Learn about how COVID-19 may be causing strokes in younger people, warning signs to watch for and why you shouldn’t wait to get care.
Dementia and Healthy Aging: A Conversation with Dr. Nancy Isenberg
Find out what you can do to minimize the risk of stroke for yourself and your loved ones.
Creating & listening to music playlists is fun, but did you know it can be therapeutic? Here are some tips from a Board-Certified music therapist, to help fight cancer by finding just the right mix.
World Heart Day and World Stroke Day help build awareness about the benefits of healthy lifestyle choices and how you can reduce your risk of disease.
Find out how to improve emotional well-being for children and prevent mental health disorders before they begin.
Get answers to your questions about vertigo and balance issues from a Swedish audiologist.
Guided focus ultrasound technology is a promising, non-invasive treatment to mitigate essential tremor
New medication and therapies are being developed to mitigate tremors and permanent immobility caused by Parkinson’s disease.
The use of machine learning applications in diagnosing Alzheimer's is an exciting new development in medical research that promises to help overcome the difficulties of early diagnosis.
Aphasia treatment is spearheaded by a speech and language pathologist but draws on the professionalism and skill of numerous other specialties.
According to the World Health Organization, up to 75% of adults between 18 to 65 years old have had a headache in the last year. Of those, at least 30% have reported a migraine. Despite how...
Nirav H. Shah, MD, Medical Director of Stroke at the Swedish Neuroscience Institute, explains how strokes are caused, how they are treated and how to prevent them from happening.