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Living with a neurological disorder like migraines, dementia, epilepsy or multiple sclerosis can be challenging. At times, you may feel like you have little control over your brain and body. These feelings — coupled with your concerns about getting the care you need right now — may be overwhelming. 

We’re here to help you regain some control over your nervous system — and your life. Whether you need treatment or have a new symptom, your safety is our neurology team’s priority whenever you need care.   

How We’re Safely Caring for You 

When you have a neurological disorder, it’s important to stay in touch with your care team. Seeing your physician for follow-up appointments, treatments and other essential care can help keep your health problem under control. That, in turn, will help you feel better physically and mentally. 

To ease your mind during this time, we’re taking extra measures for your safety when you come in to see your physician for care. You may notice floor stickers, covers on seats and shields over registration areas to help with social distancing. We thank you for doing your part to protect yourself and others when you visit our facilities. 

During your appointment, all members of your care team will be wearing masks and other personal protective equipment when appropriate. Our health care providers have ample personal protective equipment (like masks and gloves) on hand to care for you and others. To help with safety, we kindly ask that you wear a face cover, too, and follow other prevention tips from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.  

When you come to see members of your care team, you may also notice these other ways we’re protecting your health and safety: 

  • Frequent cleaning and sanitation of spaces 

  • Frequent hand-washing by all staff 

  • Limits on visitors inside our facilities 

  • Separate care areas for patients with COVID-19 

  • Temperature checks for all visitors and staff  

  • Universal mask use 

The Danger of Delaying Care 

Your nervous system controls everything — your body, your mind and your emotions. So if your condition starts to worsen or you notice new symptoms, prompt care is important. Don’t ignore symptoms like: 

  • Dizziness  

  • Movement problems 

  • Muscle weakness 

  • Numbness 

  • Trouble with memory 

  • Worsening pain 

Be assured that we are taking extraordinary measures to protect you and your family when you visit, whether for a new concern, a regular check-up or other non-urgent care. If needed, in some cases you may be able to schedule a video visit, where you connect with your doctor on your smartphone, tablet or computer from the comfort of your home. Your physician can help you decide what’s best for you, especially if you have other underlying health conditions like heart disease or asthma that may put you at greater risk.   

Know You’re Not Alone 

Having a neurological disorder can be stressful. We’re here to treat it and help you manage it, so you can worry less about your condition and more about what matters most to you. Learn more about our neurological services here.  

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