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On Monroe Clinic's main campus, Neurology is located on the first floor.
Navigating the nervous system with confidence
Neurological disorders can impact the brain, spinal cord and even blood vessels. From your muscles and reflexes to your ability to think and experience sensations, the nervous system controls functions closely tied to who you are and what you do. Monroe Clinic has made it their priority to provide the expertise, treatment and understanding you need when facing a neurological concern.
Taking a closer look
A good neurologist is a good investigator—asking questions, listening and employing the most effective, modern diagnostic tools, such as:
- Electromyography and nerve conduction studies, which evaluate nerve and muscle diseases including polyneuropathy, carpal tunnel syndrome, radiculopathy, plexopathy and myopathy.
- Electroencephalography, which evaluates seizure activity.
Monroe Clinic neurology is skilled in diagnosing and treating the following disorders:
- chronic headache
- parkinson’s disease
- multiple sclerosis
- alzheimer’s disease
In addition, Monroe Clinic has providers skilled in diagnosing and managing memory issues.
A concussion is a serious sports injury. If your student athlete has suffered a concussion, we invite you to take advantage of our Concussion Clinic, This service is offered by Dr. Joshua Morrison, a neurologist at Monroe Clinic. Concussion Clinic is held every Monday starting at 4 p.m. This offers a great opportunity for you to meet with our physician and have your student athlete evaluated before being cleared for play.
To learn more about concussion clinic or to schedule an appointment please call:
Monroe Clinic Sports Medicine: 608-325-PLAY (7529)
Monroe Clinic Neurology: 608-324-2148