Lee Health: Award-Winning Neurology Care
Lee Health is committed to the best neurological care in Southwest Florida, offering diagnosis and treatment for a broad range of conditions. Whether it's a traumatic brain injury, stroke, or a migraine, Lee Health's neuroscience experts provide specialized care for conditions that involve the brain, spinal cord, and the peripheral system.
These organs and systems are complex, so we work with the latest technology and partners across our hospital system to evaluate, develop, and implement customized plans for each patient.
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Lee Health provides comprehensive adult neurology services. We invite you to explore some of our care options, learn about our treatments, and reach out to us so you can understand your options and start feeling better.
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Some Conditions We Treat
- Brain injuries
- Dizziness and balance issues
- Brain and spinal tumors
- Strokes and aneurysms
- Nerve pain caused by injury or illness
- Spinal injuries and disc deterioration
- Sleep apnea and other disorders
- Parkinson’s disease and other movement disorders
- ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease)
- Movement disorders
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The Next Step?
Ted's Personal Story
Ted Chris Horn
For years, Ted suffered from the symptoms of Parkinson's disease. When these symptoms interfered with daily living, neurosurgeon Saman Javedan, M.D., offered relief through a procedure called deep brain stimulation. "If you saw me in a coffee shop, holding a cup of coffee, you would never know I had Parkinson's disease," Ted says. "My hand doesn't tremble anymore. It's unbelievable."
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