Neurology and neurosurgery in Richmond, Virginia

HCA Virginia’s neurology team works exclusively with brain and nervous system conditions. Our neurologists and pediatric neurologists in Richmond, Virginia perform all types of neurosurgeries, and we customize a care program specifically for you.

Call (804) 320-3627 to be connected with a specialist near you, or make an appointment today.

Regardless of the type of neurology procedure you need, we provide all of your care within our network of HCA hospitals in Virginia. Our multidisciplinary team includes neurologists, neurosurgeons, vascular neurologists, epileptologists, pathologists, spine surgeons, neuroradiologists, neuro endovascular radiologists and surgeons, critical care doctors and rehabilitation and physical therapists.

HCA Virginia neuroscience specialties

HCA Virginia neurologists and specialists provide care from diagnosis and treatment, through disease management and rehabilitation. Although there is no limit to the neurological conditions and disorders that we treat, we specialize in:

Trigeminal neuralgia: Trigeminal neuralgia—a disorder that causes severe pain in one side of the face—often goes undiagnosed or misdiagnosed. HCA Virginia offers multiple treatment options for trigeminal neuralgia, including glycerol injection and microvascular decompression (a procedure that removes a tumor or artery that’s pressing on the nerve).

Deep brain stimulation: HCA Virginia neurosurgeons are equipped to perform both awake and asleep deep brain stimulation (DBS). DBS can be used for a variety of brain and nervous system conditions, as well as movement disorders, such as Parkinson's disease, essential tremor and dystonia.

Neuro interventional: Interventional neuroradiology uses imaging technologies and minimally invasive procedures to treat head, spine and neck conditions. The board-certified interventional neuroradiologists and neurosurgeons of HCA Virginia have extensive training, knowledge and experience in safely performing these delicate procedures to deliver positive outcomes.

Neuroradiology: Neuroradiology is a specialty within radiology that uses neuroimaging to detect conditions in the nervous system, brain, spine and neck. Our board-certified neuroradiologists in Richmond, Virginia have advanced training in understanding brain and spinal cord conditions and identifying abnormalities on CT, MRI and X-ray.

Neurosurgery: Neurosurgery is a procedure performed by expert teams using advanced techniques to precisely locate, treat or remove targets inside the brain or spinal cord. HCA Virginia’s neurosurgeons work exclusively in neuroscience surgical suites, which are designed to help them address previously inoperable conditions.

Spine surgery: Spine surgery can be both neurological and orthopedic in nature, which is why HCA Virginia has neurosurgeons and orthopedic surgeons specializing in spine care. Our surgeons can perform a variety of spine surgeries, including pediatric spine surgery, spinal fusion and cervical disc spinal surgery, among others.

Learn more about our spine specialists and spine surgery services.

Movement disorder diagnosis and treatment: HCA hospitals in Virginia offer comprehensive treatment plans for movement disorders. Our experienced Virginia neurologists and rehabilitation therapists create a customized treatment plan for your specific condition. We maximize your independence and mobility while optimizing the quality of life for you and your family.

Neurological rehabilitation and stroke recovery: At an HCA Hospital in Virginia, we begin your neurological or stroke rehabilitation in your hospital room to get you back to your active lifestyle as quickly as possible. And, you can expect us to be with you all the way through your recovery.

We offer unparalleled stroke care in the region. With one neuro endovascular radiologist and one neuro endovascular neurosurgeon in residence at Johnston-Willis Hospital, HCA Virginia is the only healthcare network to offer neuro endovascular procedures for stroke care in Richmond. We can also treat sleep disorders that may be a side effect of a stroke.

Neurovascular diagnostics: HCA Virginia's neurovascular team gives patients full access to a wide range of the latest diagnostic imaging services, including magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), 3T MRI, CT, PET, SPECT, digital biplane angiography (3DRA) and others.

To assist in the removal of brain tumors and deliver effective treatment for other neurological conditions, HCA Virginia established the intraoperative magnetic resonance imaging (iMRI) suite at HCA Virginia's Henrico Doctors' Hospital in Richmond. Henrico Doctors’ Hospital is one of only 20 hospitals in the U.S. to provide this advanced surgical technology for your neurological care.

HCA Virginia neurology programs in Richmond

HCA Virginia has three hospitals in Richmond that specialize in neurology services. Learn more about each facility’s services below.

Henrico Doctors' Hospital in Richmond offers advanced medical technology in a community hospital setting. It is one of the nation's most honored community hospitals, delivering innovative healthcare solutions by the region's leading providers and technology.

Our neurology services include:

  • Neurosurgery, including deep brain stimulation for movement disorders
  • Neurosurgical spine care
  • Dedicated neurovascular care unit

Learn more about Henrico Doctors’ Hospital’s awards and accreditations.

Retreat Doctors' Hospital is a full-service community hospital that offers a unique blend of traditional acute-care services and progressive programs. It has an accredited wound healing center, and the hospital is also designated as a Nurses Improving Care for Healthsystem Elders (NICHE) facility because of our commitment to the enhanced treatment and care of elderly patients.

Neurology services include comprehensive care for long-term neurological illnesses and injuries.

Learn more about Retreat Doctors’ Hospital’s awards and accreditations.

Johnston-Willis Hospital is an acute care facility with a Level III trauma center and a full-service stroke center. It has all private rooms and is known for both clinical excellence and specialty care. Johnston-Willis is home to the award-winning Sarah Cannon Cancer Institute, as well as a neuroscience and Gamma Knife center.

Our neurology services include:

  • Dedicated neuroscience intensive care unit (ICU) and intermediate care unit
  • Epilepsy monitoring unit
  • Neuro interventional angiography lab
  • Brain and spine programs
  • Deep brain stimulation for movement disorders
  • Gamma Knife knifeless surgery

Learn more about Johnston-Willis Hospital’s awards and accreditations.

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HCA Virginia’s hospital network provides you with Consult-A-Nurse, a free service that connects you with an RN or referral specialist to help you.

Call Consult-A-Nurse at (804) 320-DOCS or (804) 320-3627

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