Your brain and nervous system control everything you do. If something goes wrong, you might struggle to do simple things like walk, talk or eat. When this happens, it can be alarming.
Fortunately, many neurological disorders can be successfully treated. The board-certified neurologists with Mercy's neurology clinic in Oklahoma City have specialized training and access to advanced technology to handle a wide range of conditions, including:
The Herman Meinders Center for Movement Disorders at Mercy offers specialized care for those living with a movement disorder. A close partnership between our fellowship-trained neurologist and a neurosurgeon allows us to provide deep brain stimulation treatment to qualified candidates.
If you or someone you love is experiencing symptoms of a neurological disorder, talk to your primary care doctor. He or she can make a referral to Mercy Clinic Neurology – Oklahoma City Suite 218. Self-referrals are accepted for movement disorder patients interested in deep brain stimulation.
Our goal is to help you get back to living life to the fullest – enjoying every moment with family and friends and participating in the activities you love.
Mercy Hospital Oklahoma City is accredited by the Joint Commission as an Advanced Comprehensive Stroke Center. It’s the highest level of stroke certification, given only to hospitals able to treat the most complex cases of stroke through detection, treatment and rehabilitation.
We know returning home from the hospital after a stroke can be overwhelming. We’re here to help you navigate through the transition.
Shortly after your discharge from the hospital, you’ll meet with our outpatient stroke team to create a customized plan that will help you get back to your regular activities as soon as possible. The goal of this plan to ensure a smooth transition as well as reduce the risk of having another stroke or other, related complications.
Before you’re discharged from the hospital, the stroke team will schedule your first rehab therapy appointment. You’ll receive a follow-up call shortly after you leave to check on how the transition is going. If you have any questions about our acute stroke rehabilitation and recovery program, please call the stroke office at 405-486-8737.
At Mercy, we offer comprehensive services to diagnose and treat a full range of conditions, including:
At Mercy, we offer comprehensive testing services to diagnose conditions and injuries, including:
At Mercy, we offer compassionate care for a variety of treatment services, including: