For anyone experiencing a health condition related to the brain, nervous system, or spine, proper and quality care and attention is needed, and the Care New England neurologists are ready to provide an array of treatment.
They are supported by advanced diagnostic and interventional technology, including electroencephalograms (EEG), CT, MRI, and digital angiography, as well as being members of an integrated team within the Care New England network.
Please be advised that this location is a provider-based clinic and both a physician and facility fee will be assessed, which may result in a higher out-of-pocket expense.
With Care New England, patients become part of a multidisciplinary team made up of neurologists and other specialists from many facets of the health system who work to develop a complete diagnosis and partner with patients and their families for a care plan that meets their individualized needs.
These include providers who work closely with and jointly between Butler Hospital and Kent Hospital.
Minimally invasive techniques are many times utilized in order to assist patients to have faster recovery, as well as new advances in minimally invasive brain surgery.
Care New England has the ability and expertise to utilize advanced techniques in order to help diagnose various conditions using some of the following diagnostic tools:
Some treatments that are used, but not limited to, include:
Beyond the clinical effects of diseases like Alzheimer’s and other dementias, these disorders also profoundly affect an individual’s independence and quality of life as well as the lives of caregivers and others within the support system. The Memory & Aging Program at Butler Hospital is an outpatient program that provides evaluation, consultation, information, and resources for support, access to clinical trials and is a national leader in groundbreaking research.
The Movement Disorders Program at Butler Hospital specializes in caring for patients with Parkinson’s disease, Huntington’s disease, gait disorders, tremors, drug-induced movement disorders, ataxias, dystonias, and other movement disorders. The Parkinson’s Information and Referral Center at Kent Hospital is the only resource center in Rhode Island sponsored by the American Parkinson Disease Association (APDA). It serves as a resource for those with Parkinson’s disease (PD), their loved ones, and health care providers.
The Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Center of Care New England provides a comprehensive and integrated program for the evaluation and treatment of multiple sclerosis and related conditions.
The Advanced Primary Stroke Center at Kent Hospital is committed to providing a comprehensive, state-of-the-art approach to the diagnosis and treatment of stroke and increasing community awareness of the danger of stroke.
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