The Swedish Neuroscience Institute provides a full range of services - from sophisticated diagnostics to advanced rehabilitation resources - and offers the most progressive medical and surgical treatments in virtually every neurological field. Areas of treatment and services include:
Swedish Neuroscience Institute in Seattle, WA has one of the few programs in the United States dedicated to diagnosing and treating adults with Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus.
The Center for Hearing and Skull Base Surgery combines the most advanced surgical techniques with leading-edge technologies to deliver the highest level of care for those who live with hearing loss, ear disease and skull base tumors.
The Swedish Cerebrovascular Center is the only center in the Pacific Northwest that offers comprehensive, coordinated care for patients with brain blood vessel disorders such as brain aneurysm and stroke.
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At the Swedish Radiosurgery Center in Seattle, our radiosurgery team uses CyberKnife to treat cancerous and noncancerous tumors in the brain, breast, head and neck, kidney, lung, liver, pancreas, pelvis, prostate, spine and other parts of the body.
Like a pacemaker for the brain, deep brain stimulation (DBS) controls electrical signals in the brain to help control abnormal movements such as tremors and involuntary muscle contractions.
Gamma Knife® is a type of stereotactic radiosurgery. Although it may sound like surgery – it isn’t. Rather, it is a type of radiation therapy that delivers beams of high-dose radiation from multiple angles to precisely target and destroy tumors.
Stroke care at Swedish is designed to ensure that stroke patients receive safe, timely, comprehensive care using the most advanced treatments available.
Our Movement Disorders program offers a comprehensive range of services, from diagnostic testing and innovative treatments to rehabilitation and follow-up support.
The Multiple Sclerosis Center at the Swedish Neuroscience Institute maximizes the well-being of those affected by multiple sclerosis (MS). We are committed to providing timely access to care with a full complement of medical providers and services for MS patients in one location.
Neurologists at the Swedish Neuroscience Institute are well-known for understanding, diagnosing and treating illnesses of the brain, spine and other parts of the nervous system.
The Seattle, WA neuro-ophthalmology clinic at Swedish Neuroscience Institute cares for patients with visual problems related to disorders of the nervous system, including optic nerve disorders, loss of vision from central nervous system disease, double vision (diplopia) and involuntary movement of the eyes (nystagmus).
Seattle, WA neurosurgeons at Swedish Neuroscience Institute are highly skilled and use the very latest diagnostic and surgical equipment to treat aneurysm, perform brain-tumor surgery and complex spine and epilepsy procedures.
The Swedish Pediatric Neuroscience Center in Seattle, WA provides comprehensive neurological care for infants, children and adolescents with a wide spectrum of acute and chronic neurological disorders.
The Pituitary Center at the Swedish Neuroscience Institute offers the Pacific Northwest's most comprehensive and multidisciplinary program for pituitary conditions.
Neurological rehabilitation at the Swedish Neuroscience Institute includes a broad spectrum of services for patients with neurological diseases and disorders, including spinal cord injury, head injury, stroke, multiple sclerosis, ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or Lou Gehrig’s disease) and post-polio.
The Seattle, WA Neuropsychiatric Treatment Center provides comprehensive evaluation and care for patients with psychiatric conditions, including depression, obsessive compulsive disorder and related conditions with brain stimulation therapies which use electricity, magnetic pulses, or surgical implants to directly activate the brain.
Neurosurgeons at the Swedish Neuroscience Institute are among the most knowledgeable in the country about skull-base tumors.
Our epilepsy program has earned a national reputation for its medical and surgical treatment of seizure disorders. We’re also accredited by the National Association of Epilepsy Centers as a level-four epilepsy center, which indicates the most comprehensive level of care for patients with epileptic seizures.
The Swedish Acute Stroke Telemedicine Program, located at the Swedish Neuroscience Institute, uses video conferencing technology to make its stroke expertise available to communities and ensure a stroke patient’s window of opportunity doesn’t close before they receive critical treatment.
The Ivy Center treats thousands of patients with complex, difficult-to-treat brain tumors.