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Swedish Neuroscience Institute

The acclaimed Swedish Neuroscience Institute (SNI) provides advanced, progressive treatment for a wide range of brain, spine and central nervous system conditions. We have a roster of world-class neurologists and neurosurgeons, leading-edge operating rooms, Telehealth access for patients outside the area, and a specially-trained Inpatient Neurology Team – all with a level of care and compassion focused on improving outcomes and renewing hope.

Multidisciplinary Care You Can Trust

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Medical experts in multiple neuro specialties work together as a team to treat the whole patient, taking into account your psychological, spiritual and cultural needs when designing your treatment plan.
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Swedish Neuroscience Institute specialists see patients at many offices throughout the region.

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As a leader in clinical trials in the western United States, we have helped develop screening tests, technologies and therapies that are now helping neuro patients around the world.

Providers Specializing in Swedish Neuroscience Institute

At Swedish, you'll have access to a vast network of dedicated and compassionate providers who offer personalized care by focusing on treatment, prevention and health education.

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Need a Second Opinion?

We believe that second opinions are often a good idea. Our team will help determine which physician you should see. Call 206-320-2800 to make an appointment.

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Patient Experience

Swedish Neuroscience Institute has been on the national forefront for bringing innovative and non-invasive treatment options to patients for nearly 10 years. Hear from our patients in the following videos.

Mick's Story

Mick's Story

Mick recognized that he needed to address his chronic pain and improve his quality of life. Watch to hear more about Mick’s journey managing his chronic pain through the Swedish Functional Restoration Program.

Michelle's Story

Moyamoya Disease: Michelle's story

After an aneurysm, Michelle was diagnosed with Moyamoya Disease. Watch to learn about the care she received from the Swedish Moyamoya Center and how she was able to get her life back.

Catherine's Story

Moyamoya Disease: Catherine's story

After a stroke, Catherine was diagnosed with Moyamoya Disease. Watch to learn about why she sought care from the Swedish Moyamoya Center.

Read the Latest from our Neuroscience Blog

1/4/2024
Providence Swedish experts share some advice for building supportive relationships between patients, caregivers and loved ones.
12/19/2023
Tofersen, a new drug, is the first gene therapy for a familial form of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
11/1/2023
A Swedish expert discusses the autoimmune disease and its diagnosis and treatment.
10/12/2023
A Swedish behavioral health expert offers guidance for finding our way back to center when life feels overwhelming.

How You Can Help

Swedish relies on support from the community to ensure that patients suffering from neurological disorders have access to the best treatment options, the latest technology and state-of-the-art facilities.

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