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Disease and treatment specific information to assist you with understanding the diagnosis and treatment options available at Cleveland Clinic's Neurological Institute.

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Cleveland Clinic's Neurological Institute offers free treatment guides about many specific diseases and conditions.

Patient Stories

Patient Stories

Donald Liles, a Florida man suffering from Parkinson's disease who found relief from his tremors after Deep Brain Stimulation surgery at Cleveland Clinic

Florida Parkinson’s Patient Finds Relief from Tremors with Deep Brain Stimulation Surgery

Jan 27, 2020

“The first time they turned on the DBS system was incredible. I stopped shaking. I immediately saw results. From that point on, I didn’t need as much energy, I could sleep peacefully again. It was a night and day difference.”
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Kathy wears an exoskeleton during physical therapy. (Courtesy: Cleveland Clinic)

Robotic Device May Make Walking Easier for Multiple Sclerosis Patients

Jan 14, 2020

“I feel like I have really made progress. My posture looks better and my walking has improved. Hopefully, this will get me stronger. It's encouraging.”
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Janet Biscotti

Surgical Treatment of Benign Tumor Restores Patient’s Appearance and Quality of Life

Jan 2, 2020

“Both doctors are total rock stars. The collaboration between them is amazing. I’d go to see Dr. Recinos, and he would have already had a conversation with Dr. Fritz. They worked really well as a team.”
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Why Choose The Neurological Institute

Cleveland Clinic's Neurological Institute includes more than 300 medical, surgical and research specialists dedicated to the treatment of adult and pediatric patients with neurological and psychiatric disorders. The multidisciplinary institute offers a disease-specific, patient-focused approach to care. Cleveland Clinic is ranked as one of the nation's top hospitals by U.S. News & World Report.

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