St. Mary’s Regional Neuroscience Center has a tradition of excellence in neuroscience with qualified physicians, skilled healthcare professionals, new medical advances in treatment and unmatched support for patients. St. Mary’s was the first hospital in the region to achieve certification as a Primary Stroke Center by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations. At St. Mary’s, patients can count on caring, compassionate physicians and staff who are dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of their neurological condition.
The team at St. Mary’s Neurosurgery provides the most advanced brain and spine surgery, including the latest minimally invasive techniques. St. Mary’s Neurosurgery is located in St. Mary’s Outpatient Center, Suite 10. Patients can also be seen in Hurricane, Ironton and Logan, W.Va. For more information, call 304.525.6825.
The physicians, neurosurgeons and staff at St. Mary’s Regional Spine Center use a unique approach to care that focuses on wellness. Not all back pain sufferers will need surgery. Our team of experts provides both surgical and non-surgical treatment options paired with comprehensive education to alleviate your pain and get you well again.
St. Mary's Regional Spine Center is a national leader in the treatment of patients with spine conditions. The center was the first in the nation to be recognized by the Joint Commission for disease-specific care cetification in spine surger.
At the Pain Relief Specialists, physicians and staff work one-on-one with each patient to design and implement a personalized pain management program. New patients begin with an initial evaluation at which time pertinent medical records, X-rays, and other test results are reviewed. The patient is then examined by a physician consultant for an in-depth assessment, followed by development and implementation of a comprehensive pain relief program.
Patients must be referred by a physician to the Pain Relief Center.
St. Mary's was the first hospital in West Virginia and the Tri-State region to achieve certification as a Primary Stroke Center by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations in 2004, and the second hospital in West Virginia to achieve Comprehensive Stroke Center Certification. At St. Mary's, patients can count on caring, compassionate physicians and staff who are dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of their neurological condition.
The team at St. Mary’s Neurology uses the latest technology and unmatched support to provide comprehensive diagnosis and treatment of brain, spine and peripheral nerve disorder. St. Mary’s Neurology is located in the St. Mary’s Outpatient Center, 2900 First Ave., Suite 20. For more information, call 304.525.2495.
The Neurophysiology Lab offers a wide range of diagnostic testing for neurological conditions. This specialty lab is staffed by skilled technicians who use state-of-the-art equipment to offer the following tests:
The neurophysiology department is able to monitor the brain minute by minute with equipment specifically designed for and dedicated to continuous electroencephalographic (CEEG) monitoring. This technology allows physicians and staff to view a patient’s brain activity for extended periods of time to detect abnormalities in function before irreversible damage occurs. It also assists physicians in making timely decisions about treatment and provides a means of evaluating the effectiveness of treatments.
Sleep disorders can have a lasting effect on your health and lead to many problems, including heart conditions and high blood pressure. The sleep medicine team at St. Mary’s is specially trained to identify and treat all types of sleep disorders, such as sleep apnea, narcolepsy and insomnia. The center is accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine.
The team of professionals at St. Mary’s Rehabilitation Services works to restore function and quality of life to those affected by illness or injury. Licensed staff members provide occupational, physical and speech therapy for a number of conditions and injuries, including stroke, neurological disorders and balance disorders.