Expertise in neurology is close and convenient.

Adult and pediatric neurologists at Yuma Regional’s specialty clinics care for a wide variety of neurological disorders affecting the brain, spine, nerves and muscles.

With access to the latest technologies, we provide advanced diagnoses, comprehensive treatments and compassionate care for simple or complex neurological conditions.

Conditions and Services

At our adult and pediatric specialty clinics, you will find convenient access to neurology specialists who will evaluate your symptoms and create a personalized treatment plan. Our board-certified neurologists, including a dedicated pediatric neurologist, care for a wide range of disorders involving the brain, spine and nervous system, including, but not limited to:

Brain Injuries require care beyond the hospital stay. Our neurology team is available to provide ongoing care and orchestrate rehabilitation services to help improve quality of life.

Seizures have many causes, including epilepsy, stroke or a head injury. Our treatment goal is to prevent or minimize the occurrence of seizures with minimal side effects.

Memory health taps the expertise of our neurology team to evaluate those experiencing memory conditions. We determine whether the patient may be developing a dementia disorder (such as Alzheimer’s Disease) or another memory disorder before creating an appropriate treatment plan.

Migraines are life-altering headaches often accompanied by other symptoms such as sensitivity to light or sound, nausea or vomiting. Treatment strategies include a combination of medications and lifestyle changes to help you return to normal day-to-day activities as soon as possible.

Movement disorders can be progressive and cause symptoms such as involuntary movements and tremors, difficulty moving or walking, perception changes or mood disorders. Treatment plans may include a combination of medications and lifestyle modifications.

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) affects the central nervous system and disturbs the flow of information inside the brain and between the brain and body. Symptoms include fatigue, weakness, numbness or tingling and difficulty walking. Most people with MS learn of their diagnosis between the ages of 20 and 50 and require ongoing, comprehensive care that may include a combination of medications and rehabilitation strategies.

Neuromuscular conditions affect peripheral nerves and muscles and can include diabetic neuropathy, chronic relapsing polyneuropathy, ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease) and other related disorders.

Vertigo and balance disorders cause episodes of imbalance, dizziness, swimming sensations and disorientation and affect about half of elderly people, as well as a number of middle-aged and young people. These balance difficulties are often surface symptoms of other health conditions.