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Comprehensive care for complex neurologic conditions, including stroke, epilepsy, Parkinson’s, and ALS

Henry Ford Health neurologists deliver a level of care that’s not widely available in Michigan. Whether it’s nagging symptoms or a life-threatening emergency, we offer services and expertise that maximize your potential for healing.

You have access to advanced therapies and renowned experts who regularly treat the region’s most complex cases. Our capabilities help more people get back to their busy lives.

Neurology services at Henry Ford: Why choose us?

You receive services from compassionate neurologists, many of whom are leaders in their field. All our experts share a commitment to care excellence. Henry Ford neurologists stay up to date on the latest research and frequently have a hand in care innovations. Meet our neurologists.

We take time to get to know you as an individual and build lasting patient-provider relationships. You can expect care that’s tailored to your personal preferences and medical needs. Our teams are easy to reach between appointments, so you have convenient access to guidance and support if you need it. Many neurologists are available via virtual care.

Virtual Care

We have virtual care options available so you can see your doctor without leaving home. Find out if virtual care is right for you.
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Specialized neurology programs

Henry Ford is home to programs that specialize in treating complex neurological diseases. Our offerings include:

  • Cerebrovascular Center: We offer unparalleled depth of expertise for conditions such as arteriovenous malformation (AVM).
  • Epilepsy Center: Henry Ford is one of the largest nationally recognized epilepsy centers in Michigan.
  • Movement Disorders Center: You receive care from a team with decades of experience treating Parkinson’s disease, tremors and more.
  • Neurodegenerative Diseases Center: We are among the nation’s most elite programs offering advanced care for ALS, Alzheimer’s, multiple sclerosis and more.
  • Stroke and Neurovascular Disease Center: We were the first hospital in Detroit to earn Comprehensive Stroke Center designation – the highest level of certification.

Our team approach

Neurologic diseases are often complex and require the services of multiple specialists. Our team approach means specialists work together to tailor therapies, giving you the best chances for good results.

In addition to neurologists, you may receive care from specialists representing:

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