Carle is home to some of the most advanced neuroscience services and technology available. Our team of specialists is uniquely trained to treat diseases and injuries of the brain, spine, spinal cord and nervous system. Our comprehensive range of neuroscience diagnostic and surgical services help thousands of area patients live longer, manage their conditions and discover an improved quality of life.
Brain and skull base tumors can be difficult for patients as well as their loved ones. Carle is here to provide the highest level of care possible.
Carle Foundation Hospital is accredited by the NAEC as a level 3 epilepsy center.
Our team has experience treating all types of conditions of the brain, spine, and nervous system and works together to determine the best treatment for your individual needs.
Carle neuro-ophthalmologists are specially trained in both neurology and ophthalmology and use leading edge techniques to diagnose vision issues related to conditions such as brain injury, stroke, tumors, multiple sclerosis, migraines and more.
Clinical neuropsychology examines the relationship between brain anatomy and cognitive abilities such as attention/concentration, memory, problem solving and language, and how these abilities may be affected by injury or disease.
Carle Neuroscience Institute is home to a dedicated team of board-certified neurosurgeons, specializing in surgical care for patients with complex brain and spine conditions.
Our multidisciplinary approach offers comprehensive care for a range of spinal conditions without surgical intervention and can provide pain management therapies.
Carle’s Sleep Medicine specialists can assess, diagnose and treat a full range of sleep disorders for both adults and children.
The spine specialists at Carle Neuroscience Institute are focused on identifying the source of your back or neck pain so they can develop an individualized treatment plan to get you back to regular activity.
As the only certified Comprehensive Stroke Center in the region in a Level I Trauma Center, Carle Foundation Hospital has neurosurgeons and neurointerventional specialists available 24/7 to ensure faster stroke treatment and better outcomes for patients experiencing a stroke.
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Neuroscience research at Carle represents the intersection of technology, medicine, science, and care. By providing our patients with the opportunity to participate in translational and clinical studies we hope to engage them in not only their own care but also the future of medicine. Our researchers and providers strive to advance diagnostic capabilities, understand causes and effects, and improve patient quality of life. Our research department supports clinicians and faculty alike in their efforts to provide excellent care and perform extraordinary science.
By participating in research studies, Carle Neuroscience Institute seeks to create a better understanding of the structure and function of neurological systems allowing us to advance clinical care possible and ultimately improve the overall promotion of human health and quality of life.
Carle Neuroscience Institute Research is known for demonstrating improved clinical outcomes for patients through research efforts that focus on the development of predictive analysis, novel diagnostics, and comparative efficacy.
This study will evaluate the effectiveness and safety of an investigational product, IV ganaxolone, to treat subjects with status epilepticus.
The aim of this trial is to evaluate if P-15L bone graft (investigational device) is not inferior in effectiveness and safety to local autologous bone (and allograft where necessary) as an extender (control device) when applied in instrumented transforaminal lumbar interbody fusion (TLIF) in subjects with degenerative disc disease (DDD). In addition to the general overall objective, a sub-group analysis will be performed on the high-risk subject population (tobacco use, obesity, diabetes), as previous studies have shown negative effects of smoking, obesity and diabetes on fusion and bone healing, increased peri/postoperative complications, and lower patient-reported outcome scores
The purpose of this trial is to assess whether the Total Posterior Spine System (TOPS System) is more effective than transforaminal lumbar interbody fusion (TLIF) when used to stabilize a single lumbar level (L2 - L5) following surgical decompression in patients diagnosed with (1) at least moderate lumbar spinal stenosis, and (2) Grade 1 spondylolisthesis (or retrolisthesis), and (3) thickening of the ligamentum flavum or scarring of the facet joint capsule.
With doctors practicing in 80 specialties at locations throughout the region, it’s easy to find the right healthcare team at Carle. Our mission is to serve people through high quality care, medical research and education.
Recognized among the nation’s top hospitals, Carle provides excellent healthcare while continuously improving to meet the needs of our patients.