If you've been diagnosed with a brain or nerve condition, you'll want the most advanced care from top specialists in the field. Cedars-Sinai is a leader in the treatment of more than 150 complex neurological disorders, and conducts research that brings new hope for patients and caregivers. Ranked among the best in the nation by U.S. News & World Report, our neurosurgeons and neurologists work together with experienced care teams to give you the most effective treatment possible.
Expert care for muscular dystrophy, neuropathies, myasthenia gravis & related diseases
Advanced treatment options and research-based care for Multiple Sclerosis and autoimmune conditions
Compassionate neurological care for infants, children and adolescents
Diagnostic and treatments options and second opinions for Alzheimer's disease and memory disorders
Clinical Trials & Research
Leading-edge care begins with research. Find out about the latest clinical trials being conducted by researchers and doctors at Cedars-Sinai, with the goal of understanding neurological conditions and finding potential new treatments.
Medical Professionals & Postgraduates
The Neurology and Neurosurgery departments offer a number of programs for graduate studies, continuing medical education and other professional opportunities.
We also offer educational opportunities and hands-on experience for students looking to expand their knowledge about neurology and neurosurgery.
Conditions We Treat
We provide diagnosis and treatment for a complete range of neurological conditions.
Understand what to expect, how to prepare for your neurology appointment, and how to find a neurologist/neurosurgeon or get a second opinion.
Learn about surgical and nonsurgical treatment options, and find out how to get help while dealing with a neurological condition.
Get resources to take care of yourself, receive physical and emotional support, and manage your life.
Back on Her Feet Thanks to CSF Leak Repair
A cerebrospinal fluid leak caused Beth Johnson’s brain to shift and sag away from her skull when she tried to stand, leading to severe headaches and periods of confusion. After a previous attempt to repair the tear in the lining around her spinal cord was unsuccessful, she spent weeks in bed before meeting Dr. Wouter Schievink.
Get Help or Make an Appointment
Call or send a message to the Neurology and Neurosurgery team. You can also have us call you back at your convenience.