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Norton Neuroscience Stroke Specialists

More stroke patients and others with neurological conditions trust Norton Neuroscience Institute  specialists with their care than any other provider in Louisville or Southern Indiana.

Our board-certified and fellowship-trained physicians are leaders in advancing stroke treatment. As principal investigators on clinical trials, they provide patients access to innovative treatments.

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A mini stroke is a big deal — Its symptoms just don’t last as long as a stroke

The symptoms of a mini stroke are the same as a stroke, but may pass after a few minutes or hours. Mini stroke is a terrible name for what’s happening — it’s neither mini nor [...]

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New technology speeds stroke care, increases precision for brain surgery

Breakthrough imaging equipment in two new procedure rooms at Norton Brownsboro Hospital provides 3D pictures of the inside of the brain, giving neurosurgeons detailed, multi-angled views of blood vessels causing strokes and aneurysms. Using new […]

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Recovering from a stroke and preventing another at the free 2020 Neuroscience Expo

As you or a loved one recover from stroke, changing needs can present new challenges or require adjustments in the care plan, especially since patients who’ve had a stroke are at higher risk for another. […]

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Norton Healthcare’s four adult-service hospitals receive national awards for stroke care

Norton Healthcare’s four adult-service hospitals have been nationally recognized for their advanced stroke care. The American Heart Association/American Stroke Association awarded Norton Audubon Hospital, Norton Brownsboro Hospital, Norton Hospital and Norton Women’s & Children’s Hospital […]

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Lynn Hundley named American Heart Association Volunteer of the Year

The American Heart Association (AHA) has named Lynn Hundley, director of clinical effectiveness and stroke care at Norton Neuroscience Institute, as its 2020 Volunteer of the Year. Lynn hopes to be able to accept the […]

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A mini stroke is a big deal — Its symptoms just don’t last as long as a stroke

The symptoms of a mini stroke are the same as a stroke, but may pass after a few minutes or hours. Mini stroke is a terrible name for what’s happening — it’s neither mini nor [...]

Read Full Story

New technology speeds stroke care, increases precision for brain surgery

Breakthrough imaging equipment in two new procedure rooms at Norton Brownsboro Hospital provides 3D pictures of the inside of the brain, giving neurosurgeons detailed, multi-angled views of blood vessels causing strokes and aneurysms. Using new […]

Read Full Story

Recovering from a stroke and preventing another at the free 2020 Neuroscience Expo

As you or a loved one recover from stroke, changing needs can present new challenges or require adjustments in the care plan, especially since patients who’ve had a stroke are at higher risk for another. […]

Read Full Story

Norton Healthcare’s four adult-service hospitals receive national awards for stroke care

Norton Healthcare’s four adult-service hospitals have been nationally recognized for their advanced stroke care. The American Heart Association/American Stroke Association awarded Norton Audubon Hospital, Norton Brownsboro Hospital, Norton Hospital and Norton Women’s & Children’s Hospital […]

Read Full Story

Lynn Hundley named American Heart Association Volunteer of the Year

The American Heart Association (AHA) has named Lynn Hundley, director of clinical effectiveness and stroke care at Norton Neuroscience Institute, as its 2020 Volunteer of the Year. Lynn hopes to be able to accept the […]

Read Full Story

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