Neurology

Penn Highlands Neurology

Improving the quality of life for patients suffering from disorders of the brain and nervous system ranging from migraine headaches to seizures to Parkinson’s disease to stroke is the goal of Penn Highlands Neurology.

Anyone who has lived with a neurological condition knows how important it is to have quality, consistent care in order to remain as independent as possible and enjoy life. Our neurology team is committed to helping patients do just that.

With offices in DuBois, St. Marys, Brookville and Clearfield, our neurologists and providers care for patients close to home in every community.

Neuropsychology

Neuropsychology Helps Those with Brain Disorders

Neuropsychology is the study of the relationship between the brain, behavior and thinking abilities.

At Penn Highlands Healthcare, neuropsychological assessments can be done for adults and older adults through Penn Highlands Behavioral Health Services and Penn Highlands Neurology.

Neuropsychological assessment can help diagnose and treat individuals showing symptoms of dementia, as well as individuals who have other medical or psychiatric conditions and experience problems with memory and other cognitive abilities. It can also be used to diagnose and treat concussions for any age.

We can also provide therapy and other services to adults and older adults who are dealing with issues such as mood or anxiety disorders and difficulty adjusting to health-related conditions.

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Conditions We Treat

Alzheimer's Disease
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
Brain Injury
Concussion
Dementia
Epilepsy
Headache
Memory Issues
Multiple Sclerosis
Pain
Spinal Cord injury
Tremors

Upcoming Neurology Events

November 2020041:00 PM

Parkinson's Support Group Clearfield - Nov 2020

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November 2020181:00 PM

Parkinson's Support Group DuBois - Nov 2020

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December 2020021:00 PM

Parkinson's Support Group Clearfield - Dec 2020

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December 2020161:00 PM

Parkinson's Support Group DuBois - Dec 2020

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News at Neurology

What Options Are There for Migraines?

March 31, 2019

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