Consider referring a friend, family member, coworker, or acquaintance to the Chicago Neuroscience Institute for a second opinion if they have a known neurologic condition which is not responding to care is expected.
If an individual experiences intermittent or persistent neurologic signs and symptoms such as numbness, tingling, muscle weakness, muscle incoordination or cognitive impairment they require neurological assessment. The development of a movement disorder requires neurological assessment. A movement disorder may consist of tics, tremors, muscle spasticity, imbalance and/or incoordination Also You are welcome to refer individuals with these presentations to the Institute for evaluation. Additional neurological signs and symptoms requiring referral to a facility such as the Chicago Neuroscience Institute are listed below..
Chicago Neuroscience Institute, a facility recognized by the American Academy of Spine Physicians (AASP) provides patients professionals and the public with access to an online Plugged in Spinecare Center (PSC). The unique tool provides access to selected resources of the AASP and to selected resources of the online Public Information Center (PIC) of the International Spine Association (ISA). The PIC is a large online multimedia database of information about the spine, spine disorders, and available spinecare.