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Our Services and Specialties

At UPMC, patients have access to the most advanced treatments and therapies for neurological conditions. Our specialty centers and divisions include the following:

General Neurology

Our multidisciplinary team provides comprehensive acute and chronic care to patients experiencing various types of neurological conditions ranging from Parkinson’s disease to multiple sclerosis to seizure disorders. The department is committed to expanding access to neurology care to communities outside of Pittsburgh.

Contact the General Neurology Division at 412-692-4920.

Headache Center

The physicians at the Headache Center are experts in diagnosing and treating headaches of all types. Our experts collaborate with patients to minimize their pain and optimize their ability to function using a full range of effective, research-proven treatments.

Contact the Headache Center at 412-647-9494.

Epilepsy Center

The Epilepsy Center provides state-of-the-art diagnostic and treatment services to adults and children with uncontrolled seizures. The department’s active clinical research program has contributed to the introduction of seven new anti-epileptic drugs over the past decade.

Contact the Epilepsy Center at 412-692-4920.

Movement Disorders Clinic

The Comprehensive Movement Disorders Clinic offers an array of highly specialized treatments and clinical trials for patients who suffer from advanced Parkinson’s disease, dystonia, Huntington disease, and other movement disorders.

Contact the Movement Disorders Clinic at 412-692-4920.

Neuroimmunology & Multiple Sclerosis Center

The Neuroimmunology & Multiple Sclerosis Center includes comprehensive care to meet the needs of patients with multiple sclerosis at all levels of disease severity. Our physicians are actively involved in studying medications for the management and treatment of multiple sclerosis symptoms.

Contact the Neuroimmunology & Multiple Sclerosis Center at 412-692-4920.

Neuromuscular Disease Center

The Neuromuscular Disease Center specializes in the diagnosis, treatment, and research of neuromuscular disorders. Outpatient care includes specialty clinics for diseases such as Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), muscular dystrophy, as well as Botox® injections for dystonia and spasticity.

Contact the Neuromuscular Disease Center at 412-692-4917.

UPMC Stroke Institute

The UPMC Stroke Institute’s multidisciplinary team uses advanced therapies to treat stroke and help patients recover physical and cognitive function. Our stroke experts treat more than 1,000 patients each year and provide consultation for hundreds of others through the UPMC Stroke Telemedicine Program.

Contact the UPMC Stroke Institute at 412-692-4920.

Division of Pediatric Neurology

The Division of Pediatric Neurology evaluates and treats pediatric patients with disorders of the central and peripheral nervous systems, such as seizures and epilepsy, headache, neuromu​scular disease and tics.

Contact the Division of Pediatric Neurology at 412-692-5520.

Women's Neurology

The Women's Neurology Division at UPMC specializes in understanding the health care needs of women with neurological conditions. Our neurology experts help patients manage these conditions during pregnancy and other life events. 

Contact the Women's Neurology Division at 412-802-6642.

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