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Brain, Spine, & Nerve Treatment: Neurosciences

Treating Neurological Conditions in Utah & the Surrounding Regions

The American Heart Association awarded U of U Health in 2023 for our commitment to quality of stroke care and treatment.

Clinical Neurosciences Services works hard to create customized treatment plans for patients, especially because many neurological disorders and diseases can be avoided altogether or even slowed by early treatment and diagnosis. We also promote awareness and education, sharing these prevention practices through community events and support groups.

Working with the departments of neurology, neurosurgery, and radiology at the University of Utah School of Medicine, we have a team committed to teaching a new generation of medical providers, seeking tomorrow’s answers to today’s medical mysteries through research and healing those individuals currently fighting life’s greatest medical challenges. Our services are centered at the Clinical Neurosciences Center.


US News High Performing Hospital Award for Neurology & Neurosurgery 2024-2025

visits per year 

urgent stroke consultations per year 

Comprehensive Stroke Center

program with non-invasive brain surgery technology 

subspecialties and providers across six states

telestroke & teleneuro networks

We have a team committed to teaching a new generation of medical providers currently fighting life’s greatest medical challenges.

Patient Resources

Should You See a Neurologist?

Are you experiencing headaches, chronic pain, or dizziness? These are some of the symptoms a neurologist can advise you on.
Learn More About Neurological Symptoms

What Are the Signs of Stroke?

Stroke is the fourth-leading cause of death in the United States and a leading cause of disability. Know these warning signs and get help--every second counts.
Read the Signs

How to Take Your Blood Pressure

Reduce your risk of stroke by monitoring your blood pressure. These instructions are simple to follow.
Monitor Your Blood Pressure

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