Neurosciences - Bronson Healthcare
When it comes to diseases and injuries of the brain and spine, you want the best. That's why we've created a center that brings together top specialists, advanced technology, innovative treatments and a wealth of research all focused on you.

Comprehensive care for all ages. We believe the needs of our patients should always come first. That’s why Bronson Neuroscience Center provides a unique collaborative model of care with experienced specialists in stroke, spine, neurological, neurointerventional and neurosurgical care all under one roof. When you schedule an appointment with one of us you are automatically connected to our entire team of experts, many of whom were trained at some of the most prestigious medical institutions in the U.S. including Johns Hopkins and the Mayo Clinic.

World-class research. The team at the Bronson Neuroscience Center is constantly seeking new knowledge to improve diagnosis and therapies for people with brain and nervous system disorders. Our long history of leading the way in medical research means you have access to advanced diagnostic techniques, the latest treatments and groundbreaking clinical trials.

Top quality. We’re committed to bringing you the best possible care and have a national reputation going back more than a decade to prove it. Bronson Methodist Hospital is currently among the top 10 percent of hospitals in the nation for neuroscience excellence as a 2016 Healthgrades® America’s 100 Best Hospital for Spine Surgery™ and Stroke Care™. We also serve the region as a Comprehensive Stroke Center accredited by The Joint Commission.

Comfort and convenience. Whether you need routine testing or a complex surgical procedure, we’ll surround you with the services you need and guide you every step of your care. There’s peace of mind in knowing the most highly trained experts in the world are all working together to help you heal. We’re dedicated to coordinating your care to give you and your family the best possible experience and results.

Why Choose Bronson for Neuroscience Care?

  • Bronson Neuroscience Center is the region's only comprehensive, coordinated multispecialty center
  • Our specialized inpatient services include a neurovascular unit, neuromonitoring unit and neuro critical care unit
  • Only epilepsy monitoring unit in southwest Michigan
  • Region’s comprehensive stroke center (certification accredited by The Joint Commission, BMH, 2015)
  • Region’s only ALS multidisciplinary clinic
  • Only neurointensivist and vascular neurologists
  • Region’s only pediatric neurologist
  • Advanced neurodiagnostic services

Neuroscience Conditions We Treat

Our doctors treat conditions, including:

  • Alzheimer’s disease and other memory problems
  • ALS and neuropathies
  • Aneurysms and brain hemorrhage
  • Back and neck pain
  • Brain and spine cancer
  • Brain and spine trauma
  • Epilepsy and seizures
  • Migraines and headaches
  • Multiple sclerosis and other inflammatory disorders of the brain and spinal cord
  • Parkinson’s disease and movement disorders
  • Sleep disorders
  • Stroke (ischemic and hemorrhagic) and TIA (transient ischemic attack)

Neuroscience Services & Treatments

We offer a wide range of neuroscience services, including:

Locations for Neuroscience Care

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