Our general neurology program provides evaluation, diagnosis and treatment for basic and complex neurological disorders.
Our memory and dementia program specializes in the evaluation, diagnosis and treatment for individuals with Alzheimer's disease, dementia and memory disorders.
Our movement disorders program provides evaluation, diagnosis and treatment for the full spectrum of movement disorders, such as Parkinson's disease, Huntington's disease and Tourette syndrome.
We provide evaluation, diagnosis and treatment for multiple sclerosis and associated disorders through our comprehensive multiple sclerosis program.
We provide comprehensive emergency treatment and care for patients with life-threatening neurological injuries and conditions at our Neurocritical Care Unit.
Our neuromuscular disorders program provides the latest advancements in the evaluation, diagnosis and treatment for all types of neuromuscular disorders, such as ALS, Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS) and muscular dystrophies.
Our neuro-oncology program provides evaluation, diagnosis and treatment for benign and malignant brain and spinal cord tumors.
Our neuro-ophthalmology program bridges the fields of ophthalmology and neurology. We provide advanced diagnosis and treatment for those with neurological and systemic diseases that affect vision and eye movements.
Penn’s neurorehabilitation program provides inpatient and outpatient services that restore patients to a maximum level of cognitive and physical function.
Penn offers the latest advancements in diagnostic techniques and medical and surgical treatment for those with epilepsy and seizure disorder.
We provide evaluation, diagnosis and treatment for primary neurologic sleep disorders and sleep disturbances which may arise in other neurological conditions.
We provide the latest emergent diagnosis, treatment and care to patients who have suffered a stroke or other critical neurologic conditions.
Meet Penn's neurology team.
Traumatic brain injury, also refereed to as TBI, is a complex brain injury that occurs from a sudden trauma which causes damage to the brain.