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Norton Neuroscience Institute Specialists

The neurologists, neurosurgeons and other providers with Norton Neuroscience Institute are renowned for providing outstanding care and compassion. Highly trained, our physicians provide specialized neurological care. Subspecialties include neurovascular care, brain tumor treatment, pediatric neurological care, spine care and more.

 

Early symptoms of MS can vary widely, but will typically trace back to neurological impairment

Early symptoms of multiple sclerosis (MS) can start to appear in adolescence, but the disease tends to develop in adults between the ages of 20 and 40. MS tends to progress and can do so […]

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Doctor’s passion led to neurology after grandfather’s Parkinson’s diagnosis

For Jason L. Crowell, M.D., working in medicine and fighting Parkinson’s disease are personal. One of the newest neurologists on staff at Norton Neuroscience Institute, Dr. Crowell grew up watching his grandfather, a long-time physician, [...]

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Knowing your MS triggers can help reduce worsening symptoms or relapses

Multiple sclerosis (MS) triggers that worsen symptoms or cause a relapse can include stress, heart disease and smoking. While some are easier to avoid than others, maintaining a healthy lifestyle and overall health and wellness [...]

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Never felt better: Louisville native returns and gets epilepsy and migraine team care

To say the teen years aren’t easy would be an understatement for Katie Deppe. When she was 14, Katie saw several doctors for unexplained symptoms before spending two weeks at Norton Children’s Hospital, where finally […]

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Migraine can get in the way of work — be open with your supervisors about your condition

Migraine attacks can be debilitating, making work difficult, if not impossible. On average, people who have migraine miss 4 1/2 days of work every year because of their condition. There are 11 more days of [...]

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Early symptoms of MS can vary widely, but will typically trace back to neurological impairment

Early symptoms of multiple sclerosis (MS) can start to appear in adolescence, but the disease tends to develop in adults between the ages of 20 and 40. MS tends to progress and can do so […]

Read Full Story

Doctor’s passion led to neurology after grandfather’s Parkinson’s diagnosis

For Jason L. Crowell, M.D., working in medicine and fighting Parkinson’s disease are personal. One of the newest neurologists on staff at Norton Neuroscience Institute, Dr. Crowell grew up watching his grandfather, a long-time physician, [...]

Read Full Story

Knowing your MS triggers can help reduce worsening symptoms or relapses

Multiple sclerosis (MS) triggers that worsen symptoms or cause a relapse can include stress, heart disease and smoking. While some are easier to avoid than others, maintaining a healthy lifestyle and overall health and wellness [...]

Read Full Story

Never felt better: Louisville native returns and gets epilepsy and migraine team care

To say the teen years aren’t easy would be an understatement for Katie Deppe. When she was 14, Katie saw several doctors for unexplained symptoms before spending two weeks at Norton Children’s Hospital, where finally […]

Read Full Story

Migraine can get in the way of work — be open with your supervisors about your condition

Migraine attacks can be debilitating, making work difficult, if not impossible. On average, people who have migraine miss 4 1/2 days of work every year because of their condition. There are 11 more days of [...]

Read Full Story

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