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We offer a disease-specific, patient-focused approach to care. More than 300 medical and surgical staff physician specialists from various disciplines diagnose, treat and rehabilitate adult and pediatric patients with neurological and psychiatric disorders. Cleveland Clinic's Neurological Institute is nationally recognized for quality of care, consistently ranked among the top 10 neurology and neurosurgery programs in the nation according to U.S. News & World Report's survey of "America's Best Hospitals."
If your patient is suffering from any variety of neurological disorders, you can find the information you need here to assist you in better serving your patients' needs.
Neurological Institute Outcomes
Charts, graphs and tables illustrate the scope and volume of procedures performed in our institute each year.
Neurological Institute Special Report
Neurological Institute Special Reports take an in-depth look at how Cleveland Clinic is helping to advance a specific realm of neuroscience and neurological care.
Neuroscience Pathways focuses on the research and innovation from each of our 17 centers within the Neurological Institute.
- 2017 Neuroscience Pathways
- 2016 Neuroscience Pathways
- 2015 Neuroscience Pathways
- 2014 Neuroscience Pathways
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Have the latest research, innovation trends and updates from each of our 17 centers within the Neurological Institute delivered to your inbox. As a subscriber, you will receive timely and practical information including; patient care "best practices," cases studies, our institutional perspective on the stories making the headlines, and more.
Frontiers in Rehabilitation
Frontiers in Rehabilitation, published by the Cleveland Clinic Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, provides updates on diagnostic and therapeutic techniques and current research for physiatrists, neurologists and neurosurgeons.
Subscribe to receive our Frontiers in Rehabilitation for physical medicine and rehabilitation and sports medicine professionals.
Have the latest research, innovation trends and updates from Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation and Sports Therapy team. As a subscriber, you will receive timely and practical information including; patient care "best practices," cases studies, our institutional perspective on the stories making the headlines, and more.
Subscribe to receive Psychiatry Insights e-newsletter for healthcare professionals.
Have the latest behavioral health trends and updates delivered to your inbox. As a subscriber, you will receive timely and practical information from Cleveland Clinic including; patient care "best practices," cases studies, our institutional perspective on the stories making the headlines, and more.
In the Archives
Take a look back at past publications from the multidisciplinary team in Cleveland Clinic's Neurological Institute.
Neurological Institute Year In Review
The Neurological Institute Year in Review, highlights the major news, research, publications and patient stories from the year.
- 2016 Neurological Institute Annual Report
- 2015 Neurological Institute Annual Report
- 2014 Neurological Institute Annual Report
Pediatric Neuroscience Pathways
Pediatric Neurosciences Pathways, published by Cleveland Clinic’s Children’s Center for Pediatric Neurology and Neurosurgery within Cleveland Clinic’s Neurological Institute, provides updates on research, innovations and education for use in your own cutting-edge practice for care of children with neurological disorders.
Insights is a publication from our Center for Behavioral Health, which highlights advances in clinical care and research for psychiatrists and psychologists.
Spinal Column is a publication from our Center for Spine Health, which focuses on conditions of the spine, research, innovations and education. With a new guest medical editor, each edition has its own theme written for neurologists, neurosurgeons, sports medicine physicians, rheumatologists and orthopaedic surgeons.