Multiple sclerosis and other chronic neurological conditions don’t have a single treatment regimen. Because every person has individual needs, we closely collaborate with specialists from multiple clinics to create a plan that addresses your specific symptoms, challenges, and overall health. These clinics include:
Our physical and occupational therapists and speech-language pathologists are not generalists. They are specially trained to help people with complex neurological conditions. They combine their considerable expertise with leading-edge treatments to help you optimize physical function and lead a rich, full life.
You have access to these rehabilitative treatments:
- Physical therapy to enhance your strength, flexibility, coordination, and balance
- Occupational therapy to help you perform daily activities that are important to you
- Speech therapy to improve swallowing and communication challenges
Byers Eye Institute
Our eye specialists regularly care for people with neurological conditions and eye issues, such as double vision, eye movement difficulties, and vision loss. We use the latest medical and surgical treatments to restore your vision.
Our Neuropsychology Clinic is the largest program of its kind in Northern California, providing extensive assessments of your strengths and challenges. Our MS doctors use these evaluations to identify your treatment goals.
If you need to be hospitalized, you will receive expert, comprehensive support from our neurocritical care team. Your team includes a neurohospitalist, a doctor who is specially trained to evaluate and treat complex neurological conditions.
Pain Management Center
Our pain specialists understand that neurological pain can impact every aspect of your life. We create an individualized plan that focuses on your degree of pain and uses a combination of wide-ranging therapies. In addition to pain medication, we offer special pain-reducing procedures and behavioral therapy.
Sleep Medicine Center
Although sleep disorders, such as insomnia and restless leg syndrome, are common in MS and other neurological disorders, they’re also highly treatable. Our sleep doctors precisely diagnose your sleep issue and treat it with medication, cognitive behavioral therapy, and other treatment options.