Overview

Overview

Why Choose Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health?

Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health provides diagnosis and ongoing treatment for patients with cognitive disorders and support services for family members who care for them, integrating research and education at every level. We take a team approach to neurological care, with physicians, advanced practice clinicians and nurses working in an integrated fashion.

Across our four locations — Cleveland and Lakewood, Ohio; Las Vegas, Nevada and Weston, Florida — our treatment programs are designed to provide excellent care and to respect the dignity of patients and their families. Our collaborative clinical research programs help to advance Cleveland Clinic's groundbreaking clinical trials and offer hope for improving brain health.

An individualized treatment plan is developed for each patient who is treated at the Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health. The plan is tailored to each patient and may include recommendations for medications, physical exercise, diet, cognitive rehabilitation, psychiatric treatment (when needed), participation in clinical trials and family support.

Many individuals experiencing cognitive decline can benefit from targeted, individualized therapy sessions. At the Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health, our board certified specialists use cutting-edge technology and customized exercises during one-on-one treatment sessions. Unlike general or orthopedic therapy, our physical (PT), occupational therapy (OT) and speech-language pathology (SLP) programs are specifically tailored to the needs of those experiencing the effects of brain disorders. By incorporating patients’ interests and hobbies and offering socially enriching experiences, we work to increase our patients’ mobility and agility while decreasing fatigue and falls. We also work to improve all aspects of communication and cognition.

Our center’s goal is to leverage research, provide expert care to patients and their caregivers, and empower patients to live as independently as possible.

What We Treat

What We Treat

Learn about the conditions and diseases we treat at Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health and make an appointment at one of our locations: Nevada, Ohio, or Florida.

Cognitive Disorders

Disease Management

Diagnostics & Testing

Our Doctors

Our Doctors

Appointments

Appointments

In-Person Appointments

To make an appointment with a specialist in Cleveland Clinic’s Neurological Institute, please call toll-free 24 hours, 7 days a week at 866.588.2264.

  • To schedule directly with a provider at Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, Ohio, please call 866.588.2264 or locally at 216.636.5860
  • To schedule directly with a provider at Cleveland Clinic Florida, please call 866.588.2264 or locally at 954.659.5124
  • To schedule directly with a provider at Cleveland Clinic Nevada, please call 866.588.2264 or locally at 702.483.6000

Locations

Cleveland Clinic's Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health has locations in Ohio, Florida and Nevada providing diagnosis and ongoing treatment for patients with cognitive disorders and support services for family members who care for them.

Refer a Patient

DrConnect: Online Tool for Referring Physicians

DrConnect is a complimentary online tool for referring physicians that offers secure access to their patients' treatment progress at Cleveland Clinic.

Clinical Trials & Research

Clinical Trials & Research

Clinical trials, the path to better treatment.

Brain Health Research Programs

The Neurological Institute advances research into disease of the brain and spine and conducts clinical therapeutic trials to support patients with neurological disorders. Our multidisciplinary research collaboration combines the expertise of clinical principal investigators with state-of-the-art imaging and data analysis to establish and implement new approaches to the treatment of neurological diseases. In addition, the Neurological Institute trains clinical fellows, full-time research fellows, and residents as next generation clinical research scientists.

Clinical trials and research are the key for advancing medial knowledge and patient care. They provide hope through offering testing of new drugs, new surgical techniques or other treatments before they are available.

For Medical Professionals

For Medical Professionals

Referrals
Find resources for referring physicians, including physician consults, transfers and a liaison service.

DrConnect
Stay connected to patients you refer to Cleveland Clinic through online updates and electronic medical records.

CME Programs
The Center for Continuing Education is responsible for one of the largest and most diverse CME programs anywhere in the world. We offer live CME courses and free online CME activities.

Fellowships & Residencies
There are 140 staff physicians and scientists and 150 trainees in over 30 post-graduate training programs within the Neurological Institute.

Outcomes
View a summary of our surgical and medical trends and approaches, data on patient volume and outcomes and review new technologies and innovations.

Resources

Resources

Online Services

View portions of your medical record, see test results, renew prescriptions, request appointments and more.

Caregivers who use MyChart can also sign up for the MyChart Caregiver feature.

Events

Ongoing events in Las Vegas, Nevada at Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health in association with Keep Memory Alive.

Caregiver Support

We offer a number of services for our patients and their families. We view caregiver services as an integral part of our mission. Complementing excellent medical care, our focus on care partners affirms that cognitive disorders impact not just the patient, but everyone involved in their care and support. These programs vary by Cleveland Clinic location.

Families are challenged by supporting a loved one with a neurocognitive or movement disorder. They strive to rise to the occasion, assuming the role of caregiver, partner, advocate or guide to provide support for the patient over the course of the disease.

But who provides care and support for these family caregivers? We recognize that caregivers suffer tremendous stress. While coping with change and loss — in relationships, responsibilities, dreams for the future — caregivers can become overwhelmed, anxious or depressed. From diagnosis throughout the course of the illness, they benefit from guidance and reliable information on where to turn for help.

Self-Assessments

Get a free, online, brain health self-assessment, sign up for a monthly newsletter to receive tips for improving your brain health, or learn how you can participate in research.

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