Neurological services in Salem, Virginia

Our team of leading neurologists provides compassionate care to patients in Virginia's Salem/Roanoke metro area. We get to know you as a person, answer your questions and design individualized care plans tailored to your unique situation. We offer patients access to experienced surgeons and specialists, the latest technology and a successful track record of helping people recover their health and regain critical skills.

To learn more about our neurological services or to find a neurologist, please call (540) 772-3450.

Comprehensive neurological care

Your brain and nervous system work together to form the command center for your body. So when something is wrong, you want to work with neurological specialists you can trust. Patients choose us for:

  • Ability to quickly and accurately diagnose and begin treatment for neurological conditions and stroke, vastly improving your chances of recovery
  • Advanced technology, such as minimally invasive intracranial stereotactic radiosurgery⁠
  • Collaborative healthcare professionals who participate in weekly multispecialty team conferences and coordinate their efforts to ensure you receive the best possible treatments with optimal results

Multidimensional neurological care team

Your neurological care team may involve a variety of highly trained medical professionals, including:

  • Neurologists and neurosurgeons
  • Radiation oncologists
  • Surgical oncologists
  • Emergency physicians
  • Intensive care clinicians
  • Physical, occupational and speech therapists
  • Rehabilitation specialists

In addition, our team includes more interventional neuroradiologists — specialized physicians who know how to use the latest innovative tools to treat previously inoperable neurological conditions — than most other healthcare providers in Southwest Virginia.

Neurological conditions we treat

At LewisGale Medical Center, we are committed to providing excellent diagnostic and treatment services for conditions such as:

  • Acoustic neuroma
  • Alzheimer's disease
  • Aneurysm
  • Arteriovenous malformation
  • Autism
  • Brain tumors and disorders
  • Degenerative discs
  • Dementia
  • Epilepsy
  • Guillain-Barre syndrome
  • Head injury and concussion
  • Herniated discs
  • Intracranial hemorrhage
  • Migraines
  • Movement disorders, such as Parkinson's disease and multiple sclerosis
  • Myasthenia gravis
  • Spinal curvature
  • Spinal tumors
  • Stroke
  • Trigeminal neuralgia

Leading stroke care

We also provide advanced emergency care for stroke patients through our Primary Stroke Center, as recognized by The Joint Commission. We partner with emergency medical services personnel to begin treatment as soon as possible, and we continue care from your initial arrival to the ER through rehabilitation and recovery.

Nervous system and brain imaging

Our minimally invasive imaging technologies result in better outcomes for our patients, including more tumor cells removed in a single procedure, less time in the hospital and a quicker return to daily life. We offer detailed imaging technology, which leads to more accurate diagnoses and targeted treatment.

Digital biplane angiography

We offer Southwest Virginia's only digital biplane angiography unit, also known as 3DRA (three-dimensional rotational angiography). This noninvasive, rapid-scanning process quickly captures highly detailed images inside the body, especially the brain, spine and delicate systems such as blood vessels.

Using the 3DRA system, several images are taken, often during surgical procedures, using a C-shaped device that rotates around the patient. Images are reconstructed in a 3D sequence, creating life-like projections of body tissues and processes.

Electroencephalogram (EEG)

An EEG is a painless, 90-minute procedure that uses sensors to evaluate electrical brain activity, also referred to as brain waves. An EEG helps doctors diagnose a variety of neurological disorders from a common headache and dizziness to stroke and head trauma. It is also used to determine organic causes of psychiatric symptoms and disabilities in children.

Neurological treatment we offer

Our neurologists work with you to offer the most personalized care for your condition. Some of the treatments we offer include:

  • Electromyography
  • Multiple sclerosis (MS) treatments
  • Nerve conduction studies
  • Neuropathy
  • Sleep studies
  • Visual evoked potentials

Neurological rehabilitation

We offer neurorehab services — brain, nervous system or spine-related recovery following an injury or surgery — as part of our physical therapy and rehabilitation program. Our skilled therapists are committed to providing focused, customized care throughout each patient's recovery process, helping them regain independence and mobility as quickly as possible.

Neuro and low-vision rehabilitation

Our neuro and low-vision rehab program provides specialized care for vision problems stemming from neurological disorders, age-related changes, developmental issues or other medical conditions and is the only therapy program of its kind in Southwest Virginia.

How to get to our neurology clinic

Our neurology office is open Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm and is located at:

1802 Braeburn Drive
Salem, Virginia 24153

You may park in the main lot located outside of the building or use our free valet service. Once you walk through the main entrance, take elevator C to the first floor. We request patients bring their ID and insurance card to their appointment.

To schedule an appointment, you may call (540) 772-3580.

Neurological care at HCA Virginia

Neurological care is the practice of medicine that focuses on the treatment, function and diagnosis of diseases relating to the nerves and nervous system. Neurologists and neurosurgeons treat disorders that affect the brain or spinal cord.

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