The Temple Neurosciences Center is one of the Philadelphia region’s most respected facilities for the treatment of neurological disorders. Temple’s highly skilled and compassionate neurology and neurosurgery staff, combined with a state-of-the-art diagnostic center, means access to advanced treatment options and excellent outcomes for patients with neurologic issues.
Specialists for Every Neurological Condition
Temple’s neurologic specialists possess the knowledge and tools to manage even the most challenging conditions. Several of these specialists have been consistently selected by their peers and annually recognized in Philadelphia magazine as “Top Doctors,” both regionally and nationally. Working together, our neurologists, neurosurgeons and interventional neuroradiologists use the latest protocols and state-of-the-art equipment to properly diagnose the full range of neurological conditions and develop customized treatment plans for each patient.
Temple neurosurgeons use state-of-the-art equipment and surgical techniques to treat illnesses such as benign and malignant brain tumors, movement disorders, spine problems and injuries, aneurysms, congenital malformations and hydrocephalus.
Temple’s interventional neuroradiologists offer minimally invasive therapies — including embolotherapy, cerebral revascularization and vertebroplasty — for lesions of the head, neck, spine, brain and spinal cord.
Multiple Sclerosis Center
The Temple Multiple Sclerosis Program gives patients access to a full range of approved therapies and a team of physicians with years of experience treating this challenging disease.
MDA/ALS Center of Hope
Temple University Hospital is certified by The Joint Commission as a Certified Stroke Center and has received the Get With the Guidelines®–Stroke Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award from the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association.
Care Where You Need It
For patient convenience, the Temple Neuroscience Center has offices in multiple locations, including Temple University Hospital, Temple University Hospital – Jeanes Campus, Temple Health Center City, Temple Health Oaks, Chestnut Hill Hospital and Holy Redeemer Hospital.
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A Research-Driven Center
Physicians in the Temple Neurosciences Center work closely with basic scientists from the Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University, seeking to understand the causes of devastating diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, AIDS dementia, cerebral palsy, and pediatric and adult brain tumors. This collaboration between clinicians and scientists — particularly in the areas of neurodegeneration, neuroinfection, neuroinflammation and neurooncology — is designed to lead to better tests and more effective treatments.