Link Neuroscience Institute in Oxnard and Santa Barbara, California, offers highly specialized diagnostics and treatments to patients of all ages in the Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties for a comprehensive range of neurological conditions. The team of neuroscience specialists combines their years of experience with the most up-to-date technology to treat neurologic diseases and relieve their patients' symptoms.
Brain disorders treated at Link Neuroscience Institute include aneurysms, hemorrhages, tumors, seizures and epilepsy, stroke, traumatic brain injury, and hydrocephalus. Patients can also benefit from the team's expertise in evaluating and managing neurodegenerative and neuromuscular diseases, including dementia, Parkinson's disease, and multiple sclerosis. In addition, Link Neuroscience Institute treats headaches and migraines, movement disorders, neuropathy and other pain disorders, and vascular disorders, as well as herniated discs and other causes of back pain.
The first step to optimal treatment is accurate diagnostics, which Link Neuroscience Institute provides on-site, using advanced nerve evaluation methods such as electromyography (EMG). The neurology team also uses state-of-the-art technologies to deliver treatments like deep brain stimulation, minimally invasive spine surgery (MISS), and interventional neurosurgery. Their comprehensive, integrative approach to patient care ensures that they deliver optimal results no matter the condition.
To benefit from the exceptional skill and experience of the neuroscience specialists at Link Neuroscience Institute, call the office today to schedule a consultation or book an appointment online.
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"Dr Nezhad got me in and out within 20-30 minutes and he explained why I'm getting chronic daily headaches and migraines. Very nice guy & really knows what he's doing."
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