USC Neurosciences, comprised of USC Neurological Surgery and USC Neurology, provides comprehensive care and treatment for all neurological disorders, simple and complex. In addition to diagnosis and short-term care, multidisciplinary teams also provide personalized long-term management of chronic neurological diseases in a community-based, academic setting.
If you or a loved one is facing a neurological challenge, precise diagnosis and treatment is key. Our entire team is dedicated to helping you return to as normal a life as possible after treatment. Our physicians and clinicians are leaders in their fields and many are recognized internationally for expertise within specific areas.
USC’s approach to caring for patients is comprehensive and includes advanced diagnostic and treatment options. The program draws on a multi-disciplinary team of specialists composed of fellowship-trained neurologists, neurosurgeons, neuro-radiologists, neuro-pathologists, neuroscientists, and physical and occupational therapists specially trained in neurological disorders. The expert teams at USC have extensive experience diagnosing and treating all neurological disorders and conditions.
USC Neurosciences offers patients highly skilled physicians dedicated to compassionate patient care, education and research, a team focused on the entire process, from diagnosis to rehabilitation and ongoing support activities and facilities with state-of-the-art technology to support all treatment options.
USC Neurological Surgery is staffed by experts in the field who are dedicated to the concept of subspecialty expertise. The department’s clinical volume, in excess of 3,000 cases, ranks as one of the five largest programs in the United States.
USC Neurological Surgery’s clinical activities include cerebrovascular disease, movement disorders surgery, stereotactic radiosurgery, neuro-oncology and minimally invasive skull base surgery. Learn more
The mission of USC Neurology “to reduce the burden of neurological disorders on humankind through research, education and patient care.”
USC neurologists provide excellent diagnostic and clinical care services for headache, viral infections of the nervous system, and complicated or difficult to treat neurological problems. Specific clinical programs include stroke, Alzheimer’s disease, memory and cognitive disorders, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease and headache, among others. Learn more